• Stokes out for up to 6 weeks

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes is facing several weeks on the sidelines after being ruled out of the second Test against Sri Lanka with a knee injury.

  • Intruder arrested in grounds of Buckingham Palace

    British police says they arrested a man today who climbed the perimeter wall and entered the grounds of Buckingham Palace, the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II.

  • England will hold a day-night Test

    England will host a day-night Test, according to England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves.

  • James Taylor

    Taylor engaged to Naylor

    Former England batsman James Taylor has announced his engagement just weeks after being forced to retire at the age of 26 because of a serious heart condition.

  • Cook's chance to make history

    Alastair Cook will have the opportunity to create history when England take on Sri Lanka in the first Test which begins today in Leeds.

  • Ranieri named best manager

    Leicester City's inspirational manager Claudio Ranieri picks up another piece of silverware after being elected Manager of the Year by England's League Managers Association (LMA).

  • Three cheers for Root

    Joe Root adds a few more honours to his burgeoning career after being named England's Test Cricketer of the Year and England's limited-overs Cricketer of the Year at the ECB's annual awards evening.

  • Rashford, Townsend in 26-man England squad

    Manchester United's teenage sensation Marcus Rashford and Newcastle United winger Andros Townsend were named in a provisional 26-man England squad for Euro 2016 on Monday.

  • Bangladeshi-origin man jailed for life

    A Bangladeshi-origin British man who plotted an Islamic State-inspired attack on US military personnel based in England has been jailed for life and told he will spend at least 12 years behind bars.

  • Steyn still the gold standard: Broad

    Stuart Broad may have risen to number one in the world Test bowler rankings but, as far as the England paceman is concerned, South Africa quick Dale Steyn is the "bowler of our generation".

  • Charlotte calls time

    Long-serving England women's captain Charlotte Edwards announced her retirement on Wednesday after a sparkling and pioneering 20-year career.

  • James Anderson

    England can whitewash SL: Anderson

    England pacer James Anderson believes that his side can whitewash Sri Lanka when they lock horns in a three-Test series from May 19.

  • Mathews not a fan of points system

    Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews has questioned plans to introduce a points system for his side's upcoming tour of England.

  • OPINION: The British Queen at 90

    Last week, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 90th birthday. Born in 1926 she has reigned over the United Kingdom for the last 64 years after ascending the throne in 1952. But she does not rule over the United Kingdom only. Her realm spans a total of fifteen other countries and territories even today.

  • President Obama tells young to 'reject cynicism'

    US President Barack Obama urges young people to "reject pessimism and cynicism" and "know that progress is possible and problems can be solved".

  • India still ‘seeks Koh-i-noor diamond’

    The Indian government says it is still seeking to reclaim the priceless Koh-i-noor diamond from Britain, despite the Supreme Court being told otherwise.

  • England cricketer Moeen stopped at Birmingham airport

    England cricketer Moeen Ali is detained at Birmingham airport on Saturday for about 40 minutes owing to ‘airport rules and regulations’.

  • West Indies lift ICC WT20 cup for the 2nd time

    West Indies upset England by four wickets with Brathwaite’s explosive cameo late in the innings and lift the ICC WT20 2016 trophy at Eden Gardens, Kolkata under the lights.

  • West Indies, England and the skewed WT20 record

    West Indies and England, the two teams which played the fewest T20 Internationals between the last and the current World T20s have made it to the final, and the side that handles the nerves better will emerge victorious at Eden Gardens, Kolkata tonight.

  • T20 superstars take on its newest converts

    West Indies face England in the T20 2016 World Cup finals.

  • Grant Elliott retires from ODIs

    New Zealand allrounder Grant Elliott, 37, retires from ODIs, two days after his side was knocked out of the World T20 at the semi-final stage by England. Elliott is yet to take a call on his T20 career.

  • Roy, Root take England to final

    Maiden T20i fifty from Roy, late cameos from Root and Buttler gives England a comfortable seven wickets win over New Zealand in the1st semi-final of ICC WT20 2016 at Delhi, India

  • England go to semis

    England hold their nerve to come out in front by 10 runs despite a valiant 73 from Mathews against Sri Lanka in the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Delhi, India.

  • England stun South Africa by 2 wickets

    England leave the Proteas shell-shocked after they chase down 229 with two wickets and two balls left in the pulsating Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.

  • Mustafizur to play for Sussex in T20 Blast

    Sussex have signed Bangladesh left-arm bowling sensation Mustafizur Rahman as their second overseas player for the T20 Blast.

  • 12 men jailed for sexually exploiting girl in UK

    Twelve men who sexually exploited a vulnerable teenage girl in West Yorkshire have received jail sentences of up to 20 years.

  • Sri Lanka leap to semis

    Sri Lanka advance to the semis of ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 after they easily defeat England by six wickets at Mirpur stadium today.

  • Grenade attack on UK envoy: Appeal verdict on Feb 11

    The High Court has fixed February 11 for delivering verdict in a case filed for a grenade attack on the then British high commissioner to Bangladesh Anwar Choudhury in 2004.

  • England thrash West Indies by 61 runs

    England overwhelm West Indies by 61 runs thanks to a brilliant day on the field with the bat and ball in the 7th match of the U19 ICC CWC at Chittagong.

  • England give Fiji a 299-run burial

    Dan Lawrence and Jack Burnham's centuries give England U19 a massive win over Fiji U19 in their Group C game in Chittagong today.