Stressful Ravindra Jadeja episode went too far: James Anderson
Stressful Ravindra Jadeja episode went too far: James Anderson

Reflecting on his infamous altercation with India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, England pace spearhead James Anderson said the matter that brought a great deal of stress to him "went too far" and could have been dealt with on the day of the incident itself.

Trent Bridge pitch receives official warning from ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Trent Bridge has been given an official warning under the ICC Pitch Monitoring Process following the first Test between England and India last month.

BCCI to appeal against Ravindra Jadeja's fine over spat with James Anderson

The most powerful cricketing body, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on Friday looked miffed over the International Cricket Council`s (ICC) verdict, in which it imposed a fine on Ravindra Jadeja for an altercation with England pacer James Anderson during the first Test match at Nottingham in Trent Bridge.

ICC comes out in support of DRS

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has come out in support of the controversial Decision Review System (DRS), which was not found consistent, during the Trent Bridge Test between England and Australia.

Ashes 2013 1st Test, Day 4: England vs Australia - As it happened...

Updates from Day 4 of the first Test between England and Australia.

Trent Bridge unlikely to be `swinger`s paradise`

James Anderson says that he has been warned by his fellow bowlers Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad that Trent Bridge is unlikely to live up to its reputation as a swinger`s paradise.

Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook in 5,000 club

England openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook put together 89 runs in their opening stand against West Indies to become only the fifth partnership in Test history to have put on more than 5,000 runs together.

Consistency key for West Indies, says Ramdin

The West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin has stressed the need for consistency if the Caribbean side are to get the better of England in the second Test starting Friday at Trent Bridge.

England names unchanged squad for Nottingham Test

England has named an unchanged 13-man squad for the second Test match against West Indies at Trent Bridge, starting on Friday.

Sammy would welcome Gayle’s return for remaining Test matches

West Indies captain Darren Sammy has said the team would have no issues if any player from outside joins the squad for rest of the Test series against England, signaling his willingness to utilize Chris Gayle’s experience in the remaining matches.

Ruing over the bitter English summer

The back-to-back losses in England have raised a lot of questions about India’s status as the No. 1 Test team.

Ruing over the bitter English summer

The back-to-back losses in England have raised a lot of questions about India’s status as the No. 1 Test team.

Didn`t hear Harbhajan`s nick due to noisy Trent Bride: Broad

It was because of the noisy Trent Bridge atmosphere the English players could not hear Harbhajan Singh`s thick inside edge, said pacer Stuart Broad.

Dhoni blames tight schedule for loss

Dhoni admitted that a cramped schedule and lack of rest after the West Indies series were the factors responsible for the poor showing.

Strauss delighted to see England`s fighting spirit

England captain Andrew Strauss lauded his team-mates for their fighting spirit and ability to make comebacks from tight situations, which according to him was crucial to the home team`s unassailable 2-0 lead in the series against world`s number one Test side India.

The right thing to do was to ask Bell to bat again: Dravid

Rahul Dravid said that the Indian players "didn`t feel right" after Ian Bell was controversially given run out on day three of the second Test.

British media, former players hail generous Dhoni

A generous but illogical gesture --this is how the British media described Indian skipper MS Dhoni`s decision to call back Ian Bell.

Kumble lauds team for their gesture to allow Bell bat again

Former India captain Anil Kumble has hailed MS Dhoni for his decision to withdraw the run-out appeal against England`s Ian Bell.

It was being naive on my part, says Ian Bell

After being at the centre of the run-out drama, England batsman Ian Bell admitted that it was "naive and stupid" on his part to walk off the crease.

Swann reprimanded for kicking stumps

England off-spinner Graeme Swann was reprimanded for breach of ICC Code of Conduct by kicking stumps in frustration.