High stakes for KL Rahul and Deepak Chahar in Zimbabwe
Players returning from injury have very little time to push for their place in the T20 World Cup squad
Fakhar Zaman 109 and Babar Azam 74 lift Pakistan to 314 against Netherlands
Bas de Leede was the only bowler who was spared punishment as the visitors went on a run-making spree in Rotterdam
Shikhar Dhawan embraces spirituality to 'try and be positive always'
"As cricketers, we are all living our dream and if you don't live happily despite that, what's the point?"
'Regular' programming resumes with Lord's Test
Remember, the most visceral thrills and spills of the English summer so far have been in the red-ball game
Kevin O'Brien, Ireland's 2011 World Cup hero, retires from international cricket
He still holds the record for the fastest 50-over World Cup hundred, and has the only Test century by an Ireland batter
Samiullah Shinwari returns for Afghanistan's Asia Cup campaign
Mohammed Nabi continues as captain, with Najibullah Zadran as his deputy
India to play two Tests in 2022-25 cycle; Asia Cup slotted for October this year
Apart from the two Tests, and matches at world and Asian events, India will play 27 ODIs and 36 T20Is in this period
Former BCCI secretary Amitabh Choudhary dies of heart attack
He served as the Jharkhand State Cricket Association president for over a decade
Seven Tests, 135 ODIs and 159 T20Is in first women's international FTP
The programme runs till the end of April 2025, leading up to the 50-over World Cup in India
Russell, Narine, Bairstow join Abu Dhabi Knight Riders for ILT20
The Kolkata Knight Riders allrounders will play for their IPL team owners in UAE's T20 league
Shahbaz Ahmed replaces injured Washington Sundar for Zimbabwe tour
The allrounder hurt his left shoulder after landing badly on it during a Royal London Cup game for Lancashire
Women's Ashes to get standalone season in new FTP
Australia will also host a Test against South Africa in 2023-24 and play one away against India
Perry not trying to prove to point with Hundred form
Allrounder has starred in her first two Hundred outings after missing out on Australia's Commonwealth Games victory
Cricket could learn from the NFL and start thinking of itself as a collective
At the moment international cricket is a loose coalition of often conflicting self-interests. If that doesn't change, the future is grim
Ellyse Perry extends Sydney Sixers career, remains captain
The allrounder is currently not in Australia's T20 XI but has started the Hundred in fine form
New Zealand A to tour India in August-September; Australia A may visit in November
India A will play three four-day games and as many List A matches against New Zealand
How many left-arm bowlers have taken more international wickets than Trent Boult?
And who played the most Tests without ever bowling?
Issy Wong snapped up by Hobart Hurricanes for WBBL
England fast bowler moved clubs after playing with Sydney Thunder last season
Emily Arlott three-for sets up Phoenix, Amy Jones-Ellyse Perry stand brings them home
Phoenix make it two wins from two games after unbroken partnership worth 78
James Anderson: No-one else 'will be stupid enough' to play Test cricket past 40
Fast bowler says team-mate Broad will reach mark, but rise of T20 leagues will end the appeal
Ponting: Suryakumar is a bit like AB de Villiers
"He has played better than anybody else in the Indian team for the last couple of series"
CSK old boys du Plessis and Fleming to be Jo'burg Super Kings' captain and coach, respectively
Fleming, Simons, Albie Morkel will complete coaching setup for Super Kings in CSA T20 League
Pakistan look to plug ODI holes against depleted Netherlands
With the T20 Asia Cup less than two weeks away, it might seem like an odd time to schedule an ODI series, but both sides have plenty to play for
Dean Elgar: 'I didn't come here to play second fiddle. I came here to win a series'
In the last year, the South Africa captain has led his side to the top of the World Test Championship table. Now he has his sights set on England
'Bazball' returns, but will South Africa drink to that?
Coach Mark Boucher lays down the law on the game that dare not speak its name ahead of Lord's Test