Friday Jul 31 07:03 AEST
In the first Twenty20 international against Sri Lanka at the Premadasa stadium in Colombo, Pakistan has beaten Sri Lanka by 29 runs.

Friday Jul 31 06:14 AEST
Steve Finn has roared back from a nightmare two years to put England on the cusp of victory in the third Ashes Test at Lord's.

Friday Jul 31 05:56 AEST
Michael Clarke's worst run of form in his 112-Test career has continued after he was dismissed for three on a dismal day for Australia at Edgbaston.

Friday Jul 31 05:54 AEST
Australia opener David Warner says English crowds add a degree of pressure during the Ashes, however they've also spurred on some of the tourists.

Friday Jul 31 05:47 AEST
England spearhead Jimmy Anderson could be out for the remainder of the Ashes series after suffering a suspected side strain.

Friday Jul 31 05:39 AEST
Australia are on the cusp of a big loss in the third Ashes Test, holding a 23-run lead at stumps on day two with just three wickets in hand.

Friday Jul 31 00:14 AEST
Australia A was 9/329 at stumps on day 2 of their four-day match against India A in Chennai after Cameron Bancroft made 150.

Thursday Jul 30 23:46 AEST
Australia have rolled England for 281 on day two of the third Ashes Test, with Moeen Ali's 59 lifting the hosts to a lead of 145 runs at Edgbaston.

Thursday Jul 30 21:53 AEST
Mitchell Johnson has become only the fifth Australian bowler to take 300 Test wickets with a brutal delivery to dismiss England's Jonny Bairstow.

Thursday Jul 30 20:15 AEST
Mitchell Johnson has taken his 300th Test wicket as part of an explosive spell to start the second day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.

Thursday Jul 30 17:02 AEST
Michael Clarke's Test career appears to be in decline - and has been ever since his amazing 2012 calendar year.

Thursday Jul 30 06:37 AEST
Adam Voges has taken an astonishing catch at short leg, with the ball somehow sticking after a powerful pull shot from Alastair Cook.

Thursday Jul 30 06:23 AEST
Chris Rogers is unwilling to shed any light on reports Australian players are unhappy with a selectors' decision to leave Brad Haddin on the sidelines.

Thursday Jul 30 06:08 AEST
Chris Rogers says Australia did not get ahead of themselves before the third Ashes Test after being dominated by England at Edgbaston.

Thursday Jul 30 05:44 AEST
Jimmy Anderson was back to his best for England at Edgbaston after a miserable second Test at Lord's, finishing with figures of 6-47.

Thursday Jul 30 05:12 AEST
Captain Mushfiqur Rahim says Bangladesh are confident of pulling off an upset victory against world No.1 South Africa in the deciding Test.

A Pakistani court has been asked by English officials to help recover $532,000 in fines and costs against banned legspinner Danish Kaneria for spot-fixing.

Pakistan have agreed to play a limited-overs cricket tour of Zimbabwe after plans for a tri-series involving the West Indies were scrapped.

Snapshot of day one of the third Test between England and Australia at Edgbaston.

Wednesday Jul 29 22:28 AEST
Australian chairman of selectors Rod Marsh says Brad Haddin's form with the bat and gloves meant he had no option but to leave Peter Nevill in the side.

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