New Zealand are happy to go under the radar as they prepare to launch their campaign for World Cup glory against Sri Lanka in Cardiff on Saturday. New Zealand will look to leave behind the thrashing against West Indies
Ben Stokes insists his astonishing catch in England’s World Cup rout of South Africa on Thursday doesn’t rank as the best of his career. Stokes capped a man-of-the-match display in England’s 104-run victory
Powered by a 86-ball 101 by wicketkeeper batsman Shai Hope and an 82-run partnership for the seventh wicket in just 39 deliveries by Andre Russell and Jason Holder, West Indies packed too much of a punch for the other dark horses of the tournament, New Zealand, beating them by 91 runs in their last warm-up match at the Bristol County Ground in Bristol, England, on Tuesday.
Noor Al Yemen Group dominated AAA Defenders Cricket Club in a completely one-sided final of the 31st Sharjah Ramadan Cup at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Monday night.
Shakib Al Hasan's stellar all-round show on Monday helped Bangladesh stay in the race for a World Cup playoff spot.
The national flag of Bangladesh is red and green, but the Tigers' jersey unveiled on Monday for the tournament starting later this month in England and Wales was green and white.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) spokesman Jalal Yunus said cricket's world governing body had originally asked it to drop the red colour due to "commercial complications," but relented following a subsequent request from the BCB.
The cricket fans expressed their anger over a viral video, showing Sania Mirza, Shoaib Malik and other Pakistani cricket stars sitting together in a café, while some of their friends having Sheesha.
SHARJAH: Sagheer Afridi and Asif Shadab shared the man of the match award after brilliant performances with the bat and ball in DHL’s big win over Emirate Islamic Bank in the Sharjah Corporate League at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. The tournament is being held under the auspices of the Sharjah Cricket Council. Afridi cracked a scintillating ton
Southampton: Opener Usman Khawaja shrugged off injury concerns to guide Australia to a five-wicket win over Sri Lanka in their final World Cup warm-up match on Monday. Australia’s disciplined bowling performance restricted Sri Lanka to 239-8, but they looked to have suffered a blow when Khawaja