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BCCI, ICC broker peace over financial model

The BCCI will receive a little over US$100 million more than what was agreed upon by a vast majority of the ICC Board in meetings in April Read more...

Kohli's India face the Caribbean grind

Both India and West Indies have had on- and off-field issues of late. The visitors are still favourites, provided their batsmen adjust to the slow, low Caribbean tracks Read more...

Onus on South Africa to find fighting spirit

ESPNcricinfo previews the second T20I between England and South Africa at Taunton Read more...

Playing for NZ was an easy decision - Ronchi

The former wicketkeeper batsman talks of his switching ties to New Zealand, his Australian team-mates' reactions to his decision, and his match-winning knock on Test debut Read more...

Ronchi retires from international cricket

Luke Ronchi, the New Zealand wicketkeeper, has announced his retirement from international cricket Read more...

Kumble left after giving 'dressing-down' to player

A flare-up in the dressing room immediately after the Champions Trophy final may have been the final act of Anil Kumble's tumultuous final weeks as India coach Read more...

Broad in doubt for Lord's Test after suffering heel injury

Stuart Broad has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of the Test series against South Africa after requiring a scan on his heel Read more...

Jennings makes opener's case as Hameed misses out

Mark Stoneman and Keaton Jennings made their respective cases to partner Alastair Cook in the upcoming Test series against South Africa, but Haseeb Hameed went run-less Read more...

Gruny, Bhaskar return to USA squad after five-year absence

USA will appear at the ICC Europe T20 qualifier since the ICC does not host any Americas qualifier. The ICC had announced last year that USA was given a wildcard spot in the tournament. Read more...

England women complete warm-up with big win over New Zealand

A round-up of the Women's World Cup warm-up matches played on June 21, 2017 Read more...

TNCA at odds with BCCI over outstation players in TNPL

The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) is on a collision course with the BCCI after it reaffirmed its ambition to sign up 'outstation' players for the Tamil Nadu Premier League Read more...

Australia's pay fight endangers international game

With domestic T20 leagues gaining traction across the world, Cricket Australia's approach to the pay dispute has added risk to the future of international cricket, according to the former ACA chief executive Read more...

Murtagh puts seal on crushing Middlesex win

On the day of the summer solstice, the reigning county champions have their first victory of summer. Yorkshire were not defeated so much as eviscerated Read more...

Vilas' determined career-best sets up Lancs

Dane Vilas made a career-best 224 before James Anderson ripped out three wickets on a steamy evening at Old Trafford to leave Lancashire in charge Read more...

Excitement proves misleading

A rush of wickets followed by a last-wicket stand brought excitement but the match remained well balanced at Chester-le-Street Read more...

Counties seek extra funding in anticipation of broadcast deal

The first-class counties have asked the ECB for extra funding to help with cash-flow problems and infrastructure repayments Read more...

Harmer's marathon puts victory within sight

Simon Harmer claimed a six-wicket haul as Essex made Warwickshire follow on at Chelmsford Read more...

A short history of India's coaches

Following Anil Kumble's resignation as India coach, ESPNcricinfo looks back at how his predecessors fared Read more...

ICC mulls scrapping Champions Trophy

Cricket's world body is considering scrapping the event in favour of two expanded World T20 tournaments in a four-year cycle Read more...

SCG curator Tom Parker steps down

The long-serving SCG curator Tom Parker will step down later this year, just a few months before Australia's home Ashes series Read more...

Bairstow, bowlers shine in nine-wicket canter

England produced something close to the perfect performance as they crushed South Africa by nine wickets in the opening game of the T20 series at the Ageas Bowl Read more...

Denly's career-best 227* makes Worcestershire swelter

Joe Denly demonstrated immense powers of concentration in the sweltering heat with a career-best double century to steer Kent into a position of strength on day three of the Specsavers County Championship clash with Worcestershire at New Road Read more...

Pattinson condems Leics to thumping defeat

Another ruthlessly efficient bowling performance from Nottinghamshire swept them to their fifth victory of the Specsavers County Championship season and strengthened their lead at the top of the Division Two table Read more...

Full text of Anil Kumble's statement

Hours after resigning as India coach, Anil Kumble tweeted "thank you!", and attached a statement to his tweet Read more...

Yasir signing sees Tredwell looking for move

James Tredwell has asked Kent for permission to talk to other counties having become frustrated by his lack of first team opportunities Read more...

'Don't need to prove anyone wrong' - de Villiers

AB de Villiers hopes to use the three T20s against England to thoroughly banish memories of the Champions Trophy exit and the resultant analysis of his leadership and lack of runs Read more...

New-look teams look to banish Champions Trophy blues

ESPNcricinfo previews the first T20I between England and South Africa at the Ageas Bowl Read more...

Kumble resigns as partnership with Kohli becomes 'untenable'

Anil Kumble has stepped down as India coach, four days before a limited-overs tour of the Caribbean Read more...

Chatara's five-for destroys Netherlands in opener

Tendai Chatara's third five-wicket haul in List A matches ensured Netherlands were skittled out for 142, a total that Zimbabwe had no trouble chasing Read more...

Expectant father du Plessis could miss Lord's Test

South Africa's Test captain Faf du Plessis is in a "race against time" to play the opening match against England at Lord's, which starts on July 6 Read more...

Beleaguered Yorkshire brace for a thrashing

Yorkshire have lost to Middlesex in remarkable contests on each of their last three visits to Lord's. This time, they might simply be thrashed. Read more...

Davies' risk brings handsome reward for Lancashire

Very many other cricketers have possessed a similar cast of mind, of course, but few achieve their goal with quite the gleeful devil evinced by Alex Davies Read more...

Clark's maiden ton sets up Durham

Graham Clark's maiden century put Durham in command on the second day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Glamorgan at Chester-le-Street Read more...

Patel and Pattinson put Leicestershire to the sword

Samit Patel produced his second double-century in consecutive matches before James Pattinson ripped through Leicestershire's batting with an explosive burst of genuinely fast bowling Read more...

Clarke century soothes Worcestershire in anxious times

Joe Clarke's century was yet more vindication of Worcestershire's excellent youth policy. But is their season in danger of unravelling? Read more...

Sangakkara backs Roy to bounce back from Champions Trophy disappointment

Kumar Sangakkara, the former Sri Lanka captain, believes that Jason Roy is ready to bounce back from his disappointing showing in the ICC Champions Trophy Read more...

'Kuldeep needs to get a lot more game time'

Former India captain Rahul Dravid and fast bowler Ajit Agarkar also believe India need replacements ready in case either form or fitness desert MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh in the lead-up to the 2019 World Cup Read more...

Rapturous Pakistan greets its champions

Hundreds of fans came to greet the returning cricketers after they beat arch-rivals India in the final of the Champions Trophy Read more...

Australia players could sign up for CSA T20

Australian international players may populate South Africa's new Twenty20 competition and even play exhibition or charity matches among themselves in the event of an extended pay dispute between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers' Association Read more...

Foster's emotional ton adds to Essex feelgood factor

Give or take the little matter of a last over defeat in the Royal London Cup semi-final, these are good times for Essex Read more...

No transformation targets in Global T20 league

However, CSA has told the eight new franchise owners to keep in mind the importance of including players of colour in their teams Read more...

SA T20 League will help retain domestic talent - du Plessis

South Africa's Global T20 league is the best way to keep players from leaving the country in search of opportunity elsewhere, according to Test and T20 captain Faf du Plessis Read more...

Coetzer renews Scotland plea for more opportunities

Kyle Coetzer has said Scotland, after putting in stellar performances against Full Member nations, deserve more chances than they're currently getting Read more...

Dashing Moeen cut off after seamers shine

Worcestershire's bowlers bounced back in impressive style from their weekend semi-final mauling in dismissing Kent for 260 Read more...

Patel's golden form exposes Leicestershire

Samit Patel continued to make the most of the richest vein of form of his career with another imperious innings on the first day against Leicestershire Read more...

Stirling takes his chance with maiden Championship ton

Paul Stirling, with his maiden Championship century, and Sam Robson put Middlesex in control against Yorkshire Read more...

Sun shines on Lancashire; Bailey smiles upon the sun

George Bailey does not gain attention for Australa's Test side these days but he did little wrong on a delightful summer's day in Manchester Read more...

Browne's perspiration brings hard-earned reward

On the same pitch where 743 runs were scored in one of the greatest run-fests in domestic cricket history, three days later Essex staunchly committed themselves to a day of unremitting toil on a soporific summer's day Read more...

Rushworth strikes back to dent Selman's graft

Glamorgan opener Nick Selman followed his match-winning century against Durham at Swansea last month with another hundred Read more...

IPL and PSL owners snap up South Africa franchises

Two South African businessman, two IPL franchises, two PSL franchises, and representatives from Hong Kong and Dubai were unveiled as the owners of the eight teams in South Africa's T20 Global League Read more...

Pakistan move closer to direct qualification for 2019 World Cup

Pakistan climbed to sixth on the ICC ODI rankings, two places above the bar for direct entry into the showpiece event Read more...

'We've proven everybody wrong' - Imad

Pakistan allrounder Imad Wasim has said that his side's Champions Trophy win was no fluke and had special praise for young Mohammad Amir, whom he called the No. 1 bowler in Pakistan Read more...

'We leave with our heads held high' - Kohli

The Indian captain was magnanimous in defeat and offered no excuses for his team's no-show with the bat in the Champions Trophy final Read more...

Zaman feared he would miss final

He went on to make a matchwinning century, but Fakhar Zaman spent the night before ill in his hotel bed Read more...

West Indies unchanged for first two India ODIs

Fast bowler Shannon Gabriel was unavailable as he continues his rehabilitation from an injury that kept him out of the series against Afghanistan; West Indies are unchanged Read more...

New champions: Zaman, Amir and Pakistan raze India for title

Fakhar Zaman carried Pakistan to 338 for 4. Then, Mohammad Amir removed India's top three in the first nine overs. Eventually, Pakistan cruised to a 180-run rout to claim the Champions Trophy Read more...

Players 'won't budge' on revenue - Warner

The Australia vice-captain told Channel Nine that players were committed to ensuring that all players shared in the game's upside, not just an elite few Read more...

'You'll never go to Lord's' - Batty derides Worcester boo boys

Gareth Batty derided his Worcestershire critics after Surrey's overwhelming victory in the Royal London Cup semi-final and informed them that they would never see their side play in a Lord's final Read more...

CAC decision on Dravid likely soon

Rahul Dravid's former team-mates, part of the Cricket Advisory Committee, will decide on whether or not to extent his contract as coach of India's Under-19 and 'A' teams in the next "two or three days" Read more...

Kohli backs 'match-winner' Pandya

Hardik Pandya is a "priceless" player who can provide "a match-winning performance in any game he plays," according to Virat Kohli Read more...

Looking to expose India's middle order - Arthur

Mickey Arthur called India a "fantastic team" but insisted Pakistan will focus only on themselves in the build-up to the final Read more...

Roy's revival sets up a Surrey cakewalk

Jason Roy's form seeped back on a glorious summer's day at Worcester, Gareth Batty took five wickets and Surrey had a cakewalk to another Lord's final Read more...

BCCI seeks clarity from TNPL over outstation players

The BCCI has sought clarity from the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) over the participation of outstation players, including Suresh Raina and Yusuf Pathan, in the upcoming season of the Tamil Nadu Premier League starting July 22 Read more...

Gambhir gets suspended ban for coach spat

An independent committee has found Gautam Gambhir guilty of "seriously inappropriate behaviour", and handed out a four-match suspended ban Read more...

Resurgent Pakistan take on immense India

India making the final was not a surprise. Pakistan was. But here they are and if they play like they did against England, the contest could be one for the ages Read more...

Zimbabwe level series courtesy Cremer's five-wicket haul

Sikandar Raza's half century helped Zimbabwe chase down Scotland's target of 170 with 13 overs to spare Read more...

Galle to host first ODI since 2000 on Zimbabwe visit

Zimbabwe will begin their first bilateral tour of Sri Lanka since 2002 by playing the first two of five ODIs in Galle, a venue that has not hosted ODI cricket since 2000 Read more...

Improved Scotland chase history again

Having picked up their first ODI win over a Full Member nation, Scotland will now target a maiden ODI series win over a Full Member, while Zimbabwe fight to avoid a series sweep Read more...

One of the great games as Patel, Mullaney nail record chase

Essex were in the box seat after hundreds from Alastair Cook and Ryan ten Doeschate set Nottinghamshire 371 in the Royal London Cup semi-final, but hundreds in return from Samit Patel and Steven Mullaney won one of the great games with three balls left Read more...

Coetzer 'chuffed for the guys' after first win over a Full Member

Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer said that he was praying that the ball would land inside the ropes when Malcolm Waller's fighting innings ended with a controversial catch on the deep square leg boundary Read more...

Mohammad Amir set to return for final

The Pakistan fast bowler has been passed fit for the final against India, coach Mickey Arthur confirmed on Saturday Read more...

Australia pay talks crawling two weeks from deadline

Cricket Australia is adamant about breaking up the fixed percentage model of revenue sharing with the players, while the Australian Cricketers' Association wants to retain it Read more...

Wade Seccombe appointed coach of Queensland

Former Queensland wicketkeeper Wade Seccombe has been appointed as the state's new coach after his predecessor Phil Jaques last month announced he was returning to New South Wales Read more...

Perth Ashes tickets to go belatedly on sale

Tickets for the Perth Ashes Test will belatedly go on sale at the end of July after unsuccessful efforts to have the match staged at the city's new multi-purpose stadium rather than the unpopular WACA Ground Read more...

Injured Starc out of Bangladesh Tests, O'Keefe dropped

Mitchell Starc will miss Australia's Test tour of Bangladesh in August due to injury, while left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe has been axed despite bowling Australia to victory with a 12-wicket haul against India in Pune earlier this year Read more...

Silly shots against Jadhav led to downfall - Shakib

The Bangladesh allrounder blamed overeager shot selection against part-time spin as the reason for his team's defeat in the Champions Trophy semi-finall Read more...

Kohli backs decision to rest Rohit Sharma from West Indies tour

The decision to rest Rohit Sharma from India's upcoming limited-overs tour of the West Indies was a "smart" one, according to the captain Virat Kohli Read more...

Bayliss backs his squad but 2019 spots up for grabs

Trevor Bayliss, the England coach, has challenged the next generation of England players to stake a claim for a spot in the 2019 World Cup Read more...

England must learn from missing 'golden chance' - Root

Joe Root admitted England had let a 'golden opportunity' to claim a first global one-day title slip away when they slumped to defeat against Pakistan Read more...

Pant, Kuldeep picked for West Indies tour

Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and left-arm wristspinner Kuldeep Yadav have been picked for India's limited-overs tour of West Indies Read more...

Coetzer, de Lange star in Scotland's first win over a Full Member

Kyle Coetzer smashed a century to set the foundation of a famous Scotland win at The Grange Read more...

Dominant India march into yet another final

The best team at ICC events since 2010 marched into its fourth final in seven tournaments to set up a summit clash against Pakistan, pitting the tournament's best bowling sides against each other Read more...

Perry seeks greater polish for Australia

Ellyse Perry was satisfied after Australia's win over New Zealand in a warm-up match in Southampton, but outlined some clear areas that needed improvement before the Women's World Cup begins later this month Read more...

Extra rest day could be vital for Pakistan attack

Pakistan's bowling attack has been frayed by injuries throughout the tournament but captain Sarfraz Ahmed is hoping everyone will be fully fit for Sunday's final Read more...

Decider washed out; Law 'not sure' of WI's chances of direct entry into World Cup

The series between West Indies and Afghanistan ended in a 1-1 tie as the deciding match was washed out by rain, which had been heavy overnight and persistent through the day Read more...

Edgbaston to Cardiff too much of an ask to adjust to - Morgan

England captain Eoin Morgan blamed their semi-final defeat against Pakistan on the batsmen failing to adapt to a Cardiff surface that he said offered no home advantage Read more...

India facing a 'changed Bangladesh'

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has said that wins against top teams over the last couple of years has helped them gain self-respect and play with a lot more freedom Read more...

Scotland look to capitalise on rare Full Member series

Playing a Full Member in an ODI for the first time since the 2015 World Cup, Scotland will look to show that their seven-wicket trouncing of Sri Lanka in an unofficial one-dayer less than a month ago was no fluke Read more...

Ford sees bright future for Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka head coach Graham Ford has said that Sri Lanka had more positives to take from the Champions Trophy than some of the other teams in the tournament Read more...

Unfinished business on Bangladesh's minds

Having pushed India hard in the 2015 World Cup quarter-finals and come agonisingly close to a win in the 2016 World T20, can Bangladesh complete the job in their maiden ICC tournament semi-final? Read more...

Hasan Ali stars as Pakistan crush England to reach final

England's quest to secure their first trophy in a 50-over global tournament came to grief in emphatic fashion in Cardiff as Pakistan surged into the final of the Champions Trophy with masterful unpredictability Read more...

Two days left for Domingo to reapply for South Africa coach job

Friday is the deadline for interested parties to apply to coach the South African national team Read more...

Namibia upset damages Scotland's WCL title hopes

Captain Kyle Coetzer's century was in vain as Scotland lost by 50 runs to Namibia in Edinburgh and remain three points behind first place Netherlands in the WCL Championship table Read more...

Sangakkara's mastery proves too much for Yorkshire

Kumar Sangakkara's eighth century of the county season, compiled with draining inevitability, was enough to bring Surrey a 24-run win in the Royal London Cup play-off against Yorkshire at Headingley Read more...

Taylor ton the highlight of 834-run contest

Brendan Taylor led Nottinghamshire into the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup with a brilliant century as hosts Somerset were defeated by 24 runs in a spectacular big-hitting contest Read more...

Reaching semi-final a big step forward for team - Hathurusingha

Bangladesh's progress, the team's coach said, had been driven by the confidence they derived from their showing in the 2015 World Cup, particularly the win against England Read more...

Roy may be dropped but he won't be discarded

England's faith in Jason Roy has not paid off in the short term but Jonny Bairstow is well placed to be their one-day supersub once again Read more...

Arthur's chance to make Pakistan better

They can't be satisfied making the final four of the Champions Trophy. They must, instead, look to build on it to achieve something bigger Read more...

ICC urges fans to resell unwanted tickets for Cardiff

Supporters who no longer want to attend the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy are being urged to put their tickets up for resale by midnight on Tuesday in an attempt to avoid pockets of empty seats at the grounds Read more...

'Tonker' Taylor passes away aged 84

Brian Taylor, the former Essex captain and England selector, has died aged 84 Read more...