Exclusive – Phil Tufnell on why cricket has a chance to capture a new audience
EXCLUSIVE – Phil Tufnell: Ben Stokes’ redemption is about to be completed
Jonny Bairstow eager to reclaim spot as England’s Test wicketkeeper
Shai Hope keen to improve Test record when West Indies face England
An average of 52.2 after 78 one-day internationals shows Hope is one of the islanders’ best batsmen.
Andrew Flintoff – I’d give up my TV career to play cricket again
TV star admits that his new life as a presenter does not give him the same buzz he got on the cricket field.
England star Zak Crawley reveals his two biggest cricket heroes
Zak Crawley has revealed the two batsmen who have been his biggest inspirations, with Ricky Ponting and Kevin Pietersen top of his list.
I feel ready to play, says England and Kent opener Crawley
England opener Zak Crawley has declared he is ready to get back into action as soon as cricket is given the green light to resume.
C365 meets Saqib Mahmood: On Anderson, Waqar, reverse-swing and that first England call
An exclusive chat with England's latest fast-bowling sensation.
Mark Butcher: England must manage ‘incredible talent’ Archer more sensibly
Don't break Jofra, warns Mark Butcher.
Mark Butcher: Smith’s absence and Archer’s presence for Headingley is just enormous
Steve Smith not being there is massive for both sides, says Mark Butcher - and he's right you know.
Exclusive: Tatenda Taibu speaks about getting the axe and a bright future for Zimbabwe cricket
Up until March of this year Tatenda Taibu had been the convenor of selectors for Zimbabwe Cricket and the founder and head of the...
Back-to-back award winner Flint just happy to ‘get on with it’
It's official. Newlands is the best cricket ground in South Africa! Not only is the venue one of the most picturesque in the world - sitting at the foot of Table Mountain - but it also boasts the best groundsman in the country, Evan Flint.
Flint: We are all aware of the surface that SA want
The build-up to the much-anticipated Test series between South Africa and India has been dominated by talk of how the pitches will play, with most predicting that the hosts will prepare hard, bouncy surfaces.