KP fears for Test cricket as kids lose interest in long format of game over T20
KP fears for Test cricket as kids lose interest in long format of game over T20

Sacked England batsman Kevin Pietersen has expressed his fears for Test cricket, saying that kids have not got any interest in the long format of the game 

South Africa prevent Twenty20 whitewash against West Indies
South Africa prevent Twenty20 whitewash against West Indies

Morne van Wyk hit 114 not out as South Africa beat the West Indies by 69 runs in the third and final Twenty20 international at Kingsmead on Wednesday.

Mitchell Johnson refuses Cricket Australia incentive, to play in IPL Season 8
Mitchell Johnson refuses Cricket Australia incentive, to play in IPL Season 8

Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Johnson has reportedly refused a lucrative contract incentive from Cricket Australia (CA) to play in the 2015 Indian Premier League (IPL) season.

Chris Gayle leads West Indies in record T20 chase against South Africa
Chris Gayle leads West Indies in record T20 chase against South Africa

Faf du Plessis blasted the second fastest century in Twenty20 internationals but it was not enough for South Africa as West Indies produced a record chase in a run-fest to win by four wickets at The Wanderers on Sunday.

West Indies register highest T20 run chase
West Indies register highest T20 run chase

The West Indies registered the highest run chase in Twenty20 history as they beat South Africa by four wickets in a thrilling game here Sunday.

David Warner promises fearless show ahead of World Cup
David Warner promises fearless show ahead of World Cup

Australian opener David Warner has made a stern statement ahead of the ODI World Cup, saying he would prefer to be "arrogant" enough and continue dominating almost all the top bowlers in world cricket.

South Africa to tour Bangladesh in July
South Africa to tour Bangladesh in July

South Africa will play two tests, three one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches on their month-long tour of Bangladesh starting in July, the Bangladesh Cricket Board said on Tuesday.

Shakib Al Hasan to play in Big Bash for Melbourne Renegades
Shakib Al Hasan to play in Big Bash for Melbourne Renegades

 Bangladeshi all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who is presently the world’s No.1 Twenty20 (T20) cricketer, has signed to play for the Australian Melbourne Renegades in the second half of the T20 Big Bash League season.

South Africa call up new boy Rilee Rossouw
South Africa call up new boy Rilee Rossouw

South Africa on Sunday called-up uncapped left-handed batsman Rilee Rossouw to replace injured Quinton de Kock for the second Test against the West Indies.

Jacques Kallis to play in Caribbean Premier League
Jacques Kallis to play in Caribbean Premier League

Outstanding South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis will ply his trade in next year’s Caribbean Premier League (CPL), the organisers have confirmed.

New Zealand determined to dictate Pakistan from first ODI, says Jimmy Neesham
New Zealand determined to dictate Pakistan from first ODI, says Jimmy Neesham

New Zealand all rounder Jimmy Neesham believes that after suffering early hiccups in the first matches of the Test and Twenty20 series against Pakistan, he hopes his side can come out in the first ODI and put a 'stronger performance' and then move forward from their.

Pakistan, New Zealand dedicate T20 trophy to Phillip Hughes
Pakistan, New Zealand dedicate T20 trophy to Phillip Hughes

Pakistan and New Zealand dedicated the trophy for their two Twenty20 matches in the Dubai starting on Thursday in memory of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who died last week.

Michael Vaughan proposes FA cup styled Twenty-20 to ECB to boost English cricket
Michael Vaughan proposes FA cup styled Twenty-20 to ECB to boost English cricket

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has expressed to offer his proposal for an FA Cup-style Twenty20 competition to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), in view of declining cricket participation levels in amateur cricket.

Michael Clarke welcomes return of fit-again Aussie quicks
Michael Clarke welcomes return of fit-again Aussie quicks

Skipper Michael Clarke Friday welcomed the likelihood of Australia having a surfeit of fit pacemen ahead of a demanding season of cricket climaxing with next year`s World Cup.

Glenn Maxwell rushed back into Australia's T20 squad
Glenn Maxwell rushed back into Australia's T20 squad

Big-hitting all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has been called into Australia`s Twenty20 side for the remainder of their three-match series against South Africa and will join the team before the second contest in Melbourne on Friday.

Rilee Rossouw fires South Africa to T20 victory over Australia
Rilee Rossouw fires South Africa to T20 victory over Australia

 Rilee Rossouw smashed a sparkling 78 off 50 balls to drive a youthful South Africa side to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Australia at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday in the first of three Twenty20 internationals. 

Waqar Younis reveals keys to Pakistan's success
Waqar Younis reveals keys to Pakistan's success

After helping Pakistan register their first Test series win over Australia in two decades, team coach Waqar Younis has revealed the keys to the success. He said that determination, dedication and discipline had helped them achieve the feat.

Michael Clarke grilled over Australia captaincy
Michael Clarke grilled over Australia captaincy

Australian captain Michael Clarke on Wednesday said he still had plenty to offer the team as he was grilled over his captaincy after the side`s comprehensive 2-0 Test loss to Pakistan.

Cricket World Cup: Australia eye Olympic-size boost
Cricket World Cup: Australia eye Olympic-size boost

Australia is anticipating the 11th Cricket World Cup to be the biggest sports event staged in the country since the 2000 Sydney Olympics with ticket sales moving briskly.

Don't think BCCI will be that severe on us: Brian Lara
Don't think BCCI will be that severe on us: Brian Lara

 Batting legend Brian Lara has backed West Indies cricket to survive the current crisis arising out of the team's abrupt withdrawal from the India tour over a pay dispute with its board and players' association, as he believes the "BCCI will not be that severe on us".