New West Indies coach Phil Simmons has named four uncapped players in his 20-man training squad for the Test series with England.
Jacques Kallis and VVS Laxman dissect the art of hitting sixes, a staple of the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
West Indies opener Chris Gayle has ruled himself out of next month’s Test series at home to England.
Martin Guptill recorded the highest ever World Cup score to help New Zealand reach the semi-finals with a 143-run win over West Indies.
West Indies will make a late decision on the fitness of Chris Gayle ahead of the World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand.
Sir Viv Richards says West Indies have the batting prowess to defeat unbeaten New Zealand in the World Cup semi-finals.
Getting through the new ball will be crucial to West Indies’ hopes of beating New Zealand, says Nick Knight.
Chris Gayle is expected to play in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand despite nursing a back injury.
Sir Ian Botham analyses each of this week's World Cup quarter-finals and makes his match predictions.
After JP Duminy's shock World Cup hat-trick in Sydney, we look at the other players to achieve the feat.
David Lloyd kicks off his birthday celebrations with Ireland and has his say on England's Test squad.
Andrew Strauss expects Jonathan Trott to open the batting for England in the Test series against West Indies.
Bob Willis marks England's players and coach after a dismal World Cup showing. Do you agree with his scores?
Alastair Cook's non-involvement in England's World Cup debacle will have done his reputation no harm, says Mike Atherton.