Martyn Moxon urges the ECB to show respect after the Adil Rashid affairMartyn Moxon wants the England and Wales Cricket Board to show more respect to the 18 first-class counties following the Adil Rashid saga. Moxon was left disappointed by events.
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by five wickets in first ODIFast bowler Kagiso Rabada and spinner Tabraiz Shamsi picked up four wickets each to set up South Africa's five-wicket victory against Sri Lanka in the first one-day international.
Aloof India struggling to find form and friends ahead of Test series against EnglandIndia may be ranked No 1 in the world and possess cricket’s outstanding all-format batsman in captain Virat Kohli, but not everything has gone to plan for them.
'It was Shane Warne who told me I was good enough': Jos Buttler speaks to Stuart BroadJos Buttler is England's one-day specialist but his Test performances have excited the nation. Here, Stuart Broad exclusively interviews the man English cricket wants to see more and more of.
Jos Buttler targets maiden ton against India to cap his perfect summerJos Buttler has set his sights on a Test hundred against India as he seeks to tick another box in a remarkable summer. Buttler's highest Test score remains the 85 he made four years ago.
Fab four Joe Root, Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes to lead England into new eraWith England getting ready for a crucial five-Test series against India, it is understood Smith is placing his faith in Root, Stokes, Buttler and Bairstow to form the spine and heart of the team.
England on verge of 1,000 Tests, but which of the previous 999 have been the best?England will reach a grand Test milestone this week at Edgbaston. It will be their 1,000 Test match when they take on India, but which was the best of the previous 999?
It's not Adil Rashid's fault... the ECB just don't like cricket anymoreOLIVER HOLT - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY: The selection of Adil Rashid was a perfect symbol of a sport that no longer knows what it believes in.
Botham ready to offer Rashid lifeline as he insists England made right callSir Ian Botham is ready to offer Adil Rashid a lifeline if he leaves Yorkshire after the row over his England Test selection — by signing him for Durham. Botham thinks the criticism of Rashid is ludicrous.
Summer shambles: The Hundred is the biggest gamble cricket has seenEarlier this week, after another round of speculative stories about the details of the ECB’s proposed 100-ball revolution, the board revealed their hand.