WI sweat on Gayle injury after abandonment
Only 2.2 overs were possible at Trent Bridge before the rain set in, with Chris Gayle sent for a scan on his hamstring after being left out of the XI
Law targets 'settled' team for World Cup qualifer
West Indies coach Stuart Law wants his players to focus on learning their roles in ODI cricket, ahead of next year's qualifying tournament to reach the 2019 World Cup
Bairstow's maiden hundred sets up crushing win
Defeat at Old Trafford confirmed that West Indies will have to progress through next year's qualifying tournament to reach the 2019 World Cup
Bairstow slips into opener's role
Jonny Bairstow made his chance at the top of England's order count with his maiden ODI hundred, but a slip on 99 nearly cost him the landmark
Durham begin investigation after spectator suffers broken leg
Three spectators suffered injuries following the partial collapse of a temporary stand at the Emirates Riverside during the one-off T20I
World champions WI maintain T20 hold on England
Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis set the agenda as West Indies withstood a chilly autumnal evening and a spirited England fightback
Curran stays calm as T20 limelight beckons
For Tom Curran, the one-day series against West Indies could mark the start of something special, and potentially career-transforming
Bairstow hopeful of being handed one-day opportunity
Jonny Bairstow admits he is still unsure of his role in England's white-ball set-up, but hopes his Champions Trophy appearance will count in his favour
'Anderson is a pleasure to keep to.'
Jonny Bairstow spoke to Andrew Miller about James Anderson's 500 Test wickets, and looked ahead to the Royal London ODI series against West Indies
Anderson's career-best sets up nine-wicket victory
After hitting the 500-wicket mark, James Anderson bagged 7 for 42 before England comfortably knocked off their 107-run target
#PoliteEnquiries: How to wait for the Ashes.
As England and West Indies wrap up the summer Tests, Melinda Farrell and George Dobell tackle your #PoliteEnquiries
England can do 'something really special' - Root
Having overseen back-to-back Test series wins in his first summer in charge - the first time England have beaten both touring sides since 2013 - Joe Root was understandably upbeat
Farrell: Long road ahead, but WI have hope
West Indies still have work to do to compete consistently with the best sides in the longest format, but they end their Test series in England with some notable positives
Dobell: The good, the bad, and the ugly
England's series victory over West Indies is a cause for celebration in the short term. But there are several issues to be resolved ahead of the Ashes
Nicholas: The artist paints his way to greatness
James Anderson's 500th Test wicket was a collector's item to befit a historic achievement
'It's normally anger...but this was emotional' - Anderson
His normal feelings may, in his words, be "anger and more anger" but James Anderson confessed he was a little overcome at his milestone
#PoliteEnquiries: Is Anderson the GOAT?
Melinda Farrell and George Dobell tackle your #PoliteEnquiries on a special day for James Anderson
No new playing conditions for India-Australia, England-WI series
Since the revised playing conditions will come into effect midway through both series, the ICC has decided to let them go ahead as per the old rules
Stokes gets back in the groove to leave Anderson waiting
Ben Stokes has found wickets hard to come by this season, but he made the ball move lavishly at Lord's and joined a select group of players in the process
West Indies swing low, but finish their day on a high
West Indies' lowest total of the series to date was actually a continuation of the dogged attitude they had found at Headingley, and their bowling reflected that truth
#PoliteEnquiries: Good bowling or bad batting?
Melinda Farrell and George Dobell tackle your #PoliteEnquiries after the first day of the deciding Test at Lord's
Lara hoping for one of West Indies' greatest victories.
West Indies ready for 'momentous' Lord's encounter
Jason Holder hopes West Indies can feed off their victory in the second Test and continue to defy expectations in the series decider at Lord's
Shai Hope's hunger could make him great - Law
West Indies coach Stuart Law has revealed that Shai Hope was confident in victory at Headingley before the final day started
'Some humble pie for Nas to chomp on' - Law.
West Indies' coach hits back at the former England captain Nasser Hussain for his comments about the team
Bad light cuts short West Indies' bowling stint
Alzarri Joseph took the one wicket to fall as play was limited to 12.1 overs on the second day
'No reason I can't play until 40' - Anderson
James Anderson is on the brink of becoming only the third fast bowler to 500 Test wickets - but he is not thinking about retirement yet
Bayliss' 'fingers crossed' at promising batting signs
The England coach said Mark Stoneman looked "a tough type of player" and Dawid Malan was more settled in the Headingley Test
'Hope result doesn't change way Root thinks' - Bayliss.
England coach Trevor Bayliss reflects on the defeat at Headingley where they couldn't defend 322 and the progress of the inexperienced batsmen
Being written off provided us with fire - Law
The West Indies head coach showers praise on his team for dealing well with the negativity and turning it around, calls Shai Hope a "man of stone"
Nicholas: Hope, Headingley and a miracle
Of all the unlikely things in West Indies' cricket history, this win must rank up there
Kimber: West Indies' redemption story
A lot of talking, a trip to the football, forgetting what had gone before. How one of the great comebacks was scripted
Shai Hope the hero in thrilling West Indies win
The visitors bounced back from a thrashing at Edgbaston by chasing down 322 to level the series in the last half an hour at Headingley
#PoliteEnquiries: Is Cook the most unnatural slip of all time?
Jarrod Kimber and Alan Gardner answer your questions from a historical final day at Headingley
Kimber: Drop by drop, West Indies lose their grip
West Indies rediscovered their pride after Edgbaston. But they've shelled too many catches to stand a realistic chance of victory
Gardner: Malan digs deep into his resolve
By the time his battling 186-ball innings ended, Dawid Malan barely had enough energy left this time to admonish a failure
How many pairs of brothers have played Tests for West Indies?
And which bowler has the worst strike rate ever?
Kimber: Battling Holder holds Windies together
On paper, Jason Holder looks like an obvious weak link. But his fighting qualities kept his side in the ascendancy at Headingley
Gardner: England's haphazard fightback
The third day ended with England having wiped off a sizeable deficit with plenty of batting to come, but their way back into the match wasn't smooth
#PoliteEnquiries: Will Westley bat No.3 at the Gabba?
Melinda Farrell and Jarrod Kimber answer your questions following the third day of the second Test between England and West Indies.
Stokes reprimanded, one demerit point away from ban
The England allrounder was pulled up for "an inappropriate comment" after batsman Shai Hope hit him for a boundary in Headingley
Kimber: Brathwaite waits no more as long game earns rewards
The opener's insistence on being his own man helped West Indies recover from their debacle at Edgbaston
Nicholas: Special stand takes WI away from humiliation
Modern West Indies sides struggle to regenerate the folklore scripted between the eras of Frank Worrell and Viv Richards, but Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope helped rectify that in Leeds
Anderson backs England despite chastening day
The fast bowler admitted England fell short of the standards they set for themselves on the second day at Headingley
Kimber: Wearied Roach still capable of finding magic
When Kemar Roach first played Test cricket he looked a world-beater, but while the years have slowed him down he can still trouble the best
Gardner: England's fallible top-order fails to change the record
Under-fire batsmen play the same familiar refrain, but West Indies' best day of the series did not quite finish with them in command
Westley trusts his game in hunt for Ashes berth
England's new No. 3 has not looked out of his depth early in his Test career and is determined to maintain a relaxed approach to the pressure
'We have been very honest' - Stuart Law
West Indies' head coach has backed his players to give a better account of themselves in the second Test after their innings defeat at Edgbaston led to a barrage of criticism from former players and pundits
Gayle, Samuels to make ODI return for WI
Narine and Darren Bravo opt out of one-dayers in England, Dwayne Bravo still not fully fit, says West Indies board
Does it make sense to play day-night Tests in England?
The jury's out after the Edgbaston Test
'If I'm saving all my wickets for Australia, I don't mind' - Broad
It wasn't the most memorable haul Stuart Broad will ever take, but he said the three wickets he bagged to pass Ian Botham's tally were "really special"
Dobell: England learn nothing from thrashing soft West Indies
It was a ruthless performance from England in the first Test, but it was anchored by players they already know plenty about
England take 19 wickets in a day to go 1-0 up
A historic Test was dealt a humiliating conclusion under the Edgbaston floodlights, as West Indies crumbled to one of the most spineless defeats in their long and once-proud history
#PoliteEnquiries: Was England's day-night Test a success?
Jarrod Kimber and George Dobell answer your questions after England's dominant victory over West Indies at Edgbaston.
Kimber: West Indies' legacy left in the hands of schoolboys
West Indies were woeful in the first Test at Edgbaston. But how could things be better when they have no experienced players, and barely any of quality either?
Embattled Holder calls on West Indies to front up
Jason Holder, West Indies' captain, has challenged his players to "look themselves in the mirror" and find a way to fight back into the series after crushing defeat at Edgbaston
Kimber: Roach lone glimmer amid ragged and wayward West Indies
The bowling was poor from West Indies but there were stages when the captaincy was even worse
Dobell: Easy pickings show how times have changed
Alastair Cook and Joe Root scored two of their softer hundreds against a West Indies attack low on confidence and quality
How West Indies went from pwning England to struggling against them
They had a 15-0 win-loss record in Tests in England in the '70s and '80s, but roles have since reversed
'Don't know what the strength of WI cricket is' - Roberts
Former West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts has questioned the fitness of the current pace attack on the eve of the first Test against England at Edgbaston
Past perfect makes West Indies' present tense
West Indies can call on some great memories at Edgbaston but they will start as underdogs against an England side on the up
Broad wary as England 'step into the unknown'
England will play their first day-night Test against West Indies this week, a side who have been able to prepare with a warm-up match and have previous pink-ball Test experience
'Grit your teeth and crack on.'
England's players reveal their thoughts on the pink ball as they prepare to try it out for the first time in Test cricket against West Indies
Powell strolls to hundred in untaxing warm-up
West Indies' batsmen looked in good order and Kieran Powell struck a century as a less-than-testing warm-up against a weakened Derbyshire side ended in a tame draw
Root shoulders the demands of captaincy
Joe Root is discovering the relentless demands made on an England captain - and that is even before he begins to think about the Ashes
Root rues England's top-order shortcomings
Joe Root has admitted the idea of his moving back into England's top three was discussed ahead of naming a squad for the Investec Test series against West Indies
Agarkar: Moeen a world-class allrounder in England.
Raunak Kapoor, Gaurav Kalra and Ajit Agarkar discuss Moeen Ali's all-round impact after the South Africa series
Radford hails workout for batsmen
Lightning and bad light ended batting practice for the touring West Indies who emerged second-best from their three-day draw with a makeshift Kent XI in Canterbury
Woakes, Ballance unlikely for Edgbaston
A lack of first-class cricket could be hampering England's plans ahead of the first Investec Test against West Indies
CSA face compensation battle to get Gibson
Richard Johnson and Graeme Welch could be contenders to replace Gibson if he moves to South Africa
Maron takes over as West Indies' fielding coach
The 42-year-old South African replaces Andre Coley, who has been appointed head coach of Windward Islands Volcanoes
Walter shows his promise to challenge West Indians
Paul Walter underlined his burgeoning reputation as an allrounder of considerable promise with starring performances from both bat and ball on the final day against the West Indians
Roach working on moving the ball as he aims at Test return
The West Indies quick, who took 3 for 17 against Essex, on what he has been doing in his time away from international cricket
West Indies stars offered 'temporary amnesty'
With Cricket West Indies officially offering 'temporary amnesty' to players who do not fit their selection criteria, the likes of Gayle, Pollard and Narine could be back as early as next month
Roach returns, Reifer picked for England tour
Fast bowler Kemar Roach has been recalled to West Indies' Test squad for the series in England that begins on August 17
Edgbaston reports strong sales for day-night Test
Warwickshire have hailed the decision to host a day-night Test a "great success" after better than anticipated ticket sales
Edgbaston to host day-night Test in 2017
England will play their first day-night Test match at home next year, against West Indies, the ECB has confirmed.
Tour fixtures confirmed for 2017 season
The itinerary for South Africa's and West Indies' tours of England next summer have been confirmed by the ECB.
England confirm 148-day home summer
England's fixtures for the 2017 season have been confirmed, with South Africa and West Indies lined up for full tours