India to host 2016 World T20 and 2023 ODI World Cup
The long form of cricket is set to get a boost with the much-awaited World Test Championship soon to become reality.
Warner set for move to No.6 in order
If David Warner can force his way into the line-up for the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, it appears almost certain he'll bat down the order.
India's fielding may now be best in the tournament
To be wary of stealing a single, because you know there's an extremely agile fielder lurking around, can be a most annoying feeling.
Aussie batsmen uncertain ahead of Ashes
Stand-in skipper George Bailey admits there's no magic tonic for Australia's batting woes a month out from the Ashes.
Fix scandal widens as Bangladesh league players quizzed
Cricket is fighting a second corruption scandal, with more than 20 players from around the world being quizzed as part of the International Cricket Council's biggest investigation into match fixing.
Sreesanth denies IPL spot-fixing claims
Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth, arrested last week over allegations of spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League, has insisted he is innocent
Bookies approached three more IPL players
The betting syndicate that was able to snare Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila had approached three other Rajasthan Royals players
Standing up to India has rival nations trembling in their boots
''It's not the strength of India that should be of concern, it should be the weakness of the others, because good governance is about everybody being able to stand on their own feet.''
This was one of the last utterances of former International Cricket Council chief executive Haroon Lorgat before he vacated his post.
'Murali' completes list of foreign franchise players
Legendary Sri Lanka off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan was Wednesday announced as the final international franchise player for the lucrative Caribbean Premier League, which bowls off in July.
Sun setting on test career
For more than 12 years, New Zealand test fans have watched Chris Martin bustle to the crease, splaying his arms for balance before looking over his left shoulder and firing 14,026 deliveries at opposition batsmen.
Watson reveals real reason for relinquishing vice-captaincy
Shane Watson says he quit the vice-captaincy post not only to focus on his own game but to allow Australia to plan for the future beyond Michael Clarke.
Raring to go - Cameron up for challenge of WICB president
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Jamaican businessman Dave Cameron was yesterday elected president of the West Indies Cricket Board, beating incumbent Dr Julian Hunte in a close vote at the Annual General Meeting here.
Clarke named Wisden's best
Australia test captain Michael Clarke was named Wisden's leading cricketer of 2012, becoming only the third Australian to receive the honour.
Australians rediscover sledging expertise
On Saturday, the Australians rediscovered the will to fight and also their expertise in sledging, sparking life into a series devoid of incident.
Ashes will be different kettle of fish - Starc
Mitchell Starc says critics are wasting their time reading too much into the challenges the Australian team faced in India.