Hampshire batsman James Vince has been added to England's squad for Tuesday's deciding one-day international against India, the country's cricket board has said.
Ideal scheduling and a month growing accustomed to English conditions mean India will have a strong chance against the hosts in the test series, captain Virat Kohli said on Friday.
Sport Banned Warner, Bancroft sign up for Northern Territory comp Australian batsmen David Warner and Cameron Bancroft have signed up for a limited overs tournament in Northern Territory in July as they look to return to cricket in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal which saw them banned from the national team.
Sport Sri Lanka says pitch-fixing allegations hard to believe Sri Lanka's top cricket administrators say it is difficult to believe allegations of pitch-fixing in a 2016 test match against Australia which have triggered a probe by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Sport New Zealand set to dump Eden Park for new Auckland venue Auckland's Eden Park may not host another test match with New Zealand Cricket (NZC) pondering the use of a redeveloped Western Springs Stadium as an alternative venue in the country's most populous city.
Sport Waugh criticises India's 'selfish' day-night test refusal India's refusal to play a day-night test in Adelaide is "selfish" and hinders efforts to reinvigorate test cricket, Australia's former test batsman Mark Waugh said on Wednesday.
Sport Buttler's record-equalling knock leads Royals to victory Jos Buttler continued his fine Indian Premier League (IPL) form by hitting a record-equalling fifth consecutive half-century since being promoted to opener in the Rajasthan Royals' seven-wicket win over Mumbai Indians on Sunday.
Sport Australia skipper ready for hostile reception in England Australia's players must be ready for a hostile reception in England over the ball-tampering scandal when they tour the country for next month's limited-overs series, stand-in captain Tim Paine said on Thursday.