England dropped Mark Stoneman and replaced the opening batsman with Keaton Jennings for the second and final test against the Pakistan cricket team after the hosts were thrashed by nine wickets in the series opener at Lord’s on Sunday.
Australia's Hazlewood ruled out of England ODIs with injury By Reuters Published: 08:44 EDT, 28 May 2018 | Updated: 08:44 EDT, 28 May 2018 May 28 (Reuters) - Australia's fast bowling options have been further depleted after Josh Hazlewood was ruled out of next month's one-day international series in England due to back soreness.
Sri Lanka says pitch-fixing claims 'difficult to believe' News 28 May 2018, 17:22 IST Colombo, May 28 (AFP) Sri Lanka's cricket board on Monday described allegations of pitch-tampering at Galle International Stadium as "difficult to believe" but agreed to cooperate fully with an international investigation.
Australia blow as Hazlewood ruled out of England ODI series News 28 May 2018, 15:41 IST 28 (AFP) Australia have been further weakened for next month's one-day international series in England following the withdrawal of leading paceman Josh Hazlewood, Cricket Australia said Monday.
Nishantha goes to court to stop Thilanga from contesting Former Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board General Secretary Nishantha Ranatunga today filed a petition in court seeking an injunction to prevent Thilanga Sumathipala from contesting the Sri Lanka Cricket board elections.
Sydney, May 28 (IANS): A day after veteran Aussie Shane Watson single-handedly helped the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to a third Indian Premier League (IPL) crown, all-rounder Marcus Stoinis feels the retired Watson could still be a force in international cricket in case he wants to come out of retirement.
London, May 28 (IANS): In the aftermath of the humiliating nine-wicket defeat to Pakistan in the opening Test at Lord's, England selectors on Monday recalled opener Keaton Jennings for the second Test at Headingley, while dropping an off-colour Mark Stoneman from the squad.
Josh Hazlewood ruled out of England tour by back injury and is replaced by uncapped Michael Neser Cricket Australia announced Josh Hazlewood has 'low-level bone stress' in back He'll miss Australia's one-day tour of England and Michael Neser has taken place He has been replaced in squad already missing Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins By Press Association Sport Staff Published: 05:48 EDT, 28 May 2018 | Updated: 05:48 EDT, 28 May 2018 Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood will miss Australia's one-day tour of England with a back injury.