England on course for crushing victory
England is on course to crush Sri Lanka in the second test at Durham after the visitors had no answer to a sustained attack of potent pace bowling.
England in command in 2nd Sri Lanka Test
England are in command at 8-408 at lunch on day two of the second Test against Sri Lanka in Durham, with Moeen Ali not out 85.
Maxwell mulls Test recall prospects
Allrounder Glenn Maxwell is desperate to transform from limited-overs sensation to Test regular, saying he must become a better batsman and spin bowler.
Captain's knock by Warner secures IPL final berth
A knock of 93 by Hyderabad captain David Warner against Gujarat Lions has ensured his team's IPL final spot against Bangalore.
No 10,000 run mark for Cook in Lanka Test
Alastair Cook has been dismissed for 15 in the second Test against Sri Lanka and still has to wait to make cricketing history by reaching 10,000 runs.
Compton admits England future on the line
Nick Compton knows all too well he has to find an answer to his Test run drought if he wants to keep his spot on the England team.
Broad pleased with Anderson partnership
Stuart Broad says his partnership with fellow English bowler James Anderson is on an even better footing as they look to the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Pink ball progress being made: Starc
November's mooted day-night Test in Adelaide will likely be a talking point when Australia play South Africa in the one-day tri-series in the West Indies.
I'm praying Lehmann never retires: Langer
Caretaker coach Justin Langer says he's feeling relaxed ahead of taking the Australian reins for the first time in the ODI tri-series in the West Indies.
Starc ready for Caribbean comeback
Aussie paceman Mitchell Starc is feeling fit and strong for his international comeback in next month's one-day tri-series in the Caribbean.