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Stokes available for England selection despite charge – ECB

Ben Stokes was charged with affray by the Crown Prosecution Service on Monday following the incident outside a nightclub in September Ben Stokes will now be considered for England selection again and is set to return next month despite being charged with affray, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced Wednesday.

Afghanistan to play maiden Test at Bangalore in June

India's cricket board said it welcomed the opportunity to host "friends" Afghanistan at the M.

England’s Stokes charged with affray over nightclub fight

Ben Stokes was arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm after an altercation outside a nightclub in Bristol, southwest England on September 25 England all-rounder Ben Stokes was charged with affray on Monday following an incident outside a nightclub, casting fresh doubt over his international future after he missed the side's ill-fated Ashes tour.

Finch ton helps Australia to big total in 1st England ODI

An Aaron Finch century was the cornerstone of an imposing Australian total in the first one-day international against England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.

England win toss and bowl against Australia in first ODI

England captain Eoin Morgan called the Ashes loss "devastating", but said he hoped the side could make people at home proud in the one-day international series against Australia England won the toss and chose to bowl against Australia in Sunday's opening one-day international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Marsh brothers plunder centuries as England wilt in the heat

Australia's Mitchell Marsh (R) celebrates scoring his century against England with his teammate and brother Shaun Marsh (L) on the fourth day of the fifth Ashes Test Shaun and Mitchell Marsh became the third set of brothers to score centuries in the same innings for Australia as the purgatory continued for England in the final Sydney Ashes Test on Sunday.

Steyn comeback overshadowed by injury

South Africa bowler Dale Steyn celebrates the dismissal of India batsman Wriddhiman Saha during the second day of the first Test at Newlands cricket ground in Cape Town South African fast bowler Dale Steyn left the field with a bruised left heel on Saturday, the second day of his first Test match in more than a year.

Khawaja achieves his Ashes century dream

It was a special milestone for Usman Khawaja, who has experienced many ups-and-downs throughout his 29 Tests Usman Khawaja is relieved he finally has an Ashes Test century to savour after a "lot of carry-on" over his debut against England in Sydney seven years ago.

Pakistan win toss, New Zealand to bat

Pakistan stand for their national anthem during the first one day international cricket match between New Zealand and the Pakistan at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on January 6, 2018 Pakistan won the toss and put New Zealand into bat in their opening one-day international on a blustery day in Wellington on Saturday.

New Zealand expecting tougher examination from Pakistan in ODI series

New Zealand's Anaru Kitchen (C) celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of the West Indies' batsman Rovman Powell during their third Twenty20 match, at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui, on January 3, 2018 Having walloped the West Indies without raising a sweat, New Zealand are expecting a more rigorous workout when the one-day series against Pakistan begins in Wellington on Saturday.


Back injury wrecks Coulter-Nile’s Ashes chances

Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile will take a “short break” after suffering a fresh back problem, Cricket Australia said on Friday, probably ruling him out of the coming Ashes series.