England on the brink, India look for five
England have buckled at all the wrong times, but they have to mount a better challenge to stop India from winning their fifth series on the trot
MCC moves to limit bat dimensions
The MCC World Cricket Committee has responded to growing concerns about the size of bats by introducing new limits on their dimensions.
Send-off law to target poor behaviour in lower-level cricket
Behaviour at lower levels of cricket has "got completely out of hand," according to former Australia captain Ricky Ponting.
Ponting not looking to rewind clocks too far.
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has stressed that he doesn't want to take Cricket back into the 'fifties or sixties', but suggests that the current game favours the batsman a little too much.
Rahane to miss last two Tests with finger injury
Middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane has been ruled out of the fourth and fifth Tests against England with a finger injury.
Viljoen's Derbyshire deal adds to South Africa exodus
Hardus Viljoen, the bullish Highveld Lions fast-bowler who played one Test match for South Africa against England, has signed a Kolpak deal with Derbyshire for three years.
MCC sticks with present ball-tampering law
Complications arising from the Faf du Plessis ball-tampering episode forced a rethink of the rule, but the MCC world cricket committee has resisted making changes to Law 42.3.
Cook calls for aggression against India.
England captain Alastair Cook has stressed that the side's leaders have spoken about their shortcomings and will try to address the issues in their upcoming Test against India.
Cook's XI - his opening partners since Strauss
Keaton Jennings will be Alastair Cook's 11th opening partner since the retirement of Andrew Strauss in 2012. ESPNcricinfo takes a look at the men who've had the call
Kohli unhappy with England's Christmas break
Virat Kohli, the India captain, has said that he would like to see either England stay for the whole tour or for India to get a similarly long gap to rejuvenate on long tours.
Red cards in cricket? MCC proposes radical player send-off law
Several changes to the game have been suggested by the MCC world cricket committee to restore the balance between bat and ball.
Moeen gives polite nudge on England role
Ahead of the Mumbai Test, Moeen Ali has hinted that he would like to have a settled position in the England batting order.
Warner leads Australia's home dominance
David Warner credited a change in approach to ODIs - constructing an innings and even slowing down - for his supremacy in the format since 2015.
Taylor: New Zealand left it too late to chase.
James Taylor and Graeme Swann criticize New Zealand for their sluggish start to their run chase against Australia.
Swann: Warner's innings was faultless.
Graeme Swann and James Taylor break down David Warner's pivotal century in the Australia's second ODI against New Zealand.
Jennings ready to step up for adopted country
Keaton Jennings is set to follow a well-trodden path this week when he becomes the latest South Africa-born cricketer to play for England.
No imminent threat to Chennai Test - Shirke
The BCCI is yet to decide on moving the fifth and final Test between India and England from December 16 out of Chennai following the death of Tamil Nadu.
WATCH: Hales gets a battering from Melbourne Uni.
Playing for Fitzroy Doncaster in the Victorian Premier, Alex Hales found himself the target of some aggressive bowling.
Du Plessis appeal hearing on December 19
The ICC has set December 19 as the hearing date for Faf du Plessis' appeal against his guilty verdict for ball-tampering.
Warner, Marsh help Australia reclaim Chappell-Hadlee Trophy
David Warner's sixth century in 2016 coupled with bruising half-centuries of varying degree from Steven Smith, Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh helped Australia seal the series.
Bayliss ready to 'step up' in dressing room
Trevor Bayliss has suggested he will take a more prominent role in the England dressing room over the final two Tests of the series against India.
Duckett misses out; Morgan, Hales return
Ben Duckett missed out on selection for England's ODI squad to play India next month, thanks to the return of Eoin Morgan, Alex Hales and Joe Root
Scotland's Mommsen says lack of fixtures influenced retirement
The former captain has called on administrators to create a more equitable schedule for the Associates to avoid more players leaving the game before their time.
Debutant Mufti runs Lions close
A consistent team effort by England Lions gave them a 16-run win against UAE in Dubai and with it a 3-0 win in the series
Maxwell needs a mentor - Dean Jones
Dean Jones said that while he is all for sportsmen being able to say what they want, Glenn Maxwell did not pick the right forum for his comments on Matthew Wade.
"You have to take the points here." "Don't go for two until you have to." "Run the ball here because if you don't go anywhere you can just run out the clock." It's time for unwritten rules to go.
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