• Jimmy may sit out Bangladesh, India series

    England fast bowler James Anderson may sit out some of the Test matches on their tours of Bangladesh and India, he said on Wednesday.

  • Root took his time over Bangladesh decision

    Joe Root has admitted that he thought long and hard before deciding to make himself available for England's upcoming tour of Bangladesh.

  • No blacklist for Morgan

    England supremo Andrew Strauss says there will be no "blacklist" for Eoin Morgan despite the one-day captain, along with fellow batsman Alex Hales, opting out of the Bangladesh tour on security grounds.

  • Thilan Samaraweera

    'Want to get them into the groove'

    Bangladesh's newly appointed batting consultant Thilan Samaraweera has said that his first target will be to help the Tigers 'get into the groove' of international cricket.

  • Moeen Ali

    We are very wary of Bangladesh: Moeen Ali

    England allrounder Moeen Ali is feeling no pressure despite knowing how he performs may have a significant impact on his team’s fortunes in Bangladesh and India this winter.

  • Different paths to same destination

    There is an interesting similarity between the two teams ever since their last meeting in a World Cup match in Adelaide in

  • Eng announce squads for BD tour

    England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) name their Test and One-Day International (ODI) squads for the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh, starting in October.

  • Eng to name squads sans Hales, Morgan

    The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will name their squads for England's Test and ODI tour of Bangladesh on October

  • I feel safe and confident: Walsh

    Bowling coach of Bangladesh, Courtney Walsh says he is not happy that England ODI captain Eoin Morgan and batsman Alex Hales have pulled out of the tour.

  • Former Eng batter Hick named Aus batting coach

    Former England batsman Graeme Hick is appointed as Australia's new fulltime batting coach after initially working with the team on a temporary basis.

  • Snipers, tanks to reduce Eng security fears in BD

    England's players have been given assurances about the scale of the security operation which will see them put on 'lock down' in Bangladesh with snipers positioned at the team hotels and tanks parked outside them.

  • England head to BD to face vastly improved side

    England, when they finally reach Bangladesh on the last day of this month after all the discussions and hesitations over security, will find that their hosts’ cricket has vastly improved since England’s last Test tour in 2010.

  • Is Morgan risking his career?

    Is England one-day captain Eoin Morgan risking his international career by refusing to tour Bangladesh on security fears?

  • Jos Buttler set to captain England in Bangladesh

    Jos Buttler has been told he will captain the England one-day team in Bangladesh following Eoin Morgan’s decision to pull out of the tour.

  • Test Championship, ODI league on the cards

    A Test Championship playoff along with ODI and Twenty20 league structures may be adopted by member countries at the next ICC Board meeting in October, after the two-tier Test system was abandoned this week.

  • Pakistan's dilemma: Tops in Tests, flops in 'pyjamas'

    Top of the charts in Tests, but floundering at number nine in one-dayers, Pakistan's dilemma emphasises the growing differences in skills needed to succeed across cricket's various formats.

  • Morgan shares his Bangladesh worries

    Eoin Morgan says two previous security scares in the sub-continent made him wary of ever again jeopardising his personal safety, as he outlines why he remains deeply concerned about touring Bangladesh.

  • Australia's Glenn Maxwell

    Run records highlight bat-ball disparity

    After first England and then Australia rewrite the cricket record books just days apart, some commentators are warning that a glut of runs risks wrecking the art of bowling and turning off fans.

  • Strauss issues deadline

    England chief Andrew Strauss says that players have three days left to decide if they are willing to tour Bangladesh amid ongoing security concerns surrounding the country.

  • Jordan to tour Bangladesh

    Chris Jordan follows Moeen Ali in declaring he will be available for England's tour of Bangladesh, saying he is happy with assurances there would be "more than enough" security in place.

  • Most of England players will go: Bayliss

    England coach Trevor Bayliss confirms he has no qualms in saying yes to touring Bangladesh and hopes that most of players will be with him on the trip.

  • Allardyce praises Rooney

    Sam Allardyce vows to defer to captain Wayne Rooney over his positioning after starting life as England manager with a last-gasp 1-0 win over Slovakia in World Cup qualifying.

  • Pakistan get some solace

    Pakistan's Sarfraz Ahmed and Shoaib Malik share a fluent partnership of 163 to lead the tourists to a consolation four-wicket win over England in the fifth and final one-day international.

  • England's tour to Bangladesh is set to go ahead

    England's tour to Bangladesh looks increasingly likely to go ahead despite serious reservations held by ‘several’ young players and one-day captain Eoin Morgan after Moeen Ali became the first to publicly state he will go.

  • Mahmood wants Pak to learn their Eng lessons

    Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood urges his side to follow England's example as they look to stage a one-day international revival of their own.

  • England batsman Moeen Ali

    Ali, Bairstow sure of touring BD

    England players Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali both state that they are happy to go to Bangladesh, putting their faith in the safety assurances they have been given.

  • Eng closer to series sweep

    Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow both make fifties as England beat Pakistan by four wickets in the fourth one-day international.

  • Arthur issues Pakistan one-day warning

    Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur makes it clear some members of his one-day side are on borrowed time after another defeat by England raised fears the team might not qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup.

  • Hales uncertain about touring

    Opener Alex Hales has accepted he could be risking his England place if he pulls out of the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.

  • Azhar guides Pak to 247

    Pakistan captain Azhar Ali leads from the front with 80 but his side were still held to 247 for eight by England in the fourth one-day international at Headingley.

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