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Australia’s Afghanistan test, ODI series against NZ postponed

Australia’s one-off test against Afghanistan and one-day series against New Zealand have been postponed to the 2021-22 season due to scheduling “complexity” during the COVID-19 pandemic

Australia’s Afghanistan test, ODI series against NZ postponed

NZ govt gives all clear for Pakistan, West Indies to tour

New Zealand’s government has given the go ahead for the Pakistan and West Indies teams to tour the country later this year and in early 2021

New Zealand govt gives all clear for Pakistan, West Indies to tour

‘Dean Jones had a significant impact on the game of cricket’

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has expressed grief at the passing of former Australia international Dean Jones

In this file photo taken on 14 February 2014, former Australian cricketer Dean Jones speaks to media and guests during a press event celebrating one year to go till the start of the 2015 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand and Australia in Wellington at the Basin Reserve

England’s bio-secure bubbles a blueprint for others: Morgan

England returned to action following the COVID-19 stoppage in July with three tests against the West Indies in bio-secure venues at Southampton and Manchester before matches across all three formats ...

Australia’s Glenn Maxwell gives an interview after receiving his man of the match award after the third One Day International against England at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester on 16 September 2020

England win second ODI after dramatic Australia collapse

England won the second ODI by 24 runs to level their three-match series against Australia after the visitors, chasing a modest target of 232, suffered a dramatic collapse on Sunday.

Australia's Alex Carey is stumped by England's Jos Buttler

Root underrated in white ball game: Morgan

While England’s ODI squad almost picks itself, such is the tried-and-trusted formula that is now instilled, Australia have chopped and changed as they try to remedy the consistency that has seen them ...

England`s Joe Root watches the ball after playing a shot during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Sri Lanka at Headingley in Leeds, northern England, on 21 June 2019

Dhoni arguably greatest white-ball captain, say Vaughan, Hussain

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is arguably the greatest white-ball skipper in the history of the game, former England captains Michael Vaughan and Nasser Hussain said in a tribute to the Indian who quit ...

India's captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni holds a baseball bat as team mates Virender Sehwag (L) and Yusuf Pathan (R) watch during a cricket training session in Nagpur on 8 December 2009

BCB reluctant to host cricket at home due to COVID-19

BCB president Nazmul Hassan has said the board is not thinking of hosting cricket at present because of the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the country

BCB president Nazmul Hassan (M) addresses media

Bairstow blasts England past Irish

Jonny Bairstow's quick-fire 82 in half as many deliveries proved enough to help England beat Ireland by four wickets in the second of their One Day Internationals at Southampton on Saturday.

Jonny Bairstow's quick-fire 82 in half as many deliveries proved enough to help England beat Ireland by four wickets in the second of their One Day Internationals at Southampton on Saturday.

Billings steers England to comfortable win over Ireland

Sam Billings struck a career-best unbeaten 67 as England overcame a mini-wobble to claim an emphatic six-wicket victory over Ireland in a Cricket World Cup Super League One-Day International on ...

England's Sam Billings celebrates his half century against Ireland, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Southampton, Britain on 30 July, 2020.
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