West Indies opener Chris Gayle has hinted that he could announce his retirement from Test cricket after the World Cup.
Shane Watson may have a long wait for an Australia recall after being dropped at the World Cup, says Rod Marsh.
Gloucestershire have signed Australian Peter Handscomb to play in all formats this summer.
Virat Kohli could face action after the Hindustan Times complained to the BCCI and ICC over the India vice-captain verbally abusing one of their journalists.
Stuart Broad believes Alex Hales has the ability to turn around England's faltering World Cup campaign.
Scotland are hoping a little break from cricket will help them claim a historic first World Cup victory against Bangladesh in Nelson.
Ireland have opened talks with the Pakistan Cricket Board regarding a possible tour of the Asian nation in the future.
Somerset have signed New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson for the second half of the NatWest T20 Blast season.
David Warner’s career-best 178 helped Australia to the highest score in World Cup history and a crunching win over Afghanistan.
West Indies star Darren Sammy is to join Nottinghamshire for part of this summer’s NatWest T20 Blast in England.
Ahmed Shehzad top-scored with 93 as Pakistan beat the United Arab Emirates by 129 runs in the Group B clash in Napier.
AB de Villiers hailed Hashim Amla after his highest ODI score of 159 in South Africa's World Cup win over Ireland.
Ireland’s humbling by South Africa should not derail their push for a quarter-final spot, says Mike Atherton.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens went through two years of "hell" before being cleared of corruption charges.
Matthew Hoggard believes former team-mate Kevin Pietersen has no chance of playing for England again.
Pakistan selector Moin Khan will face no further action after being sent home from the World Cup for visiting a casino.
South Africa scored over 400 for the second consecutive game as Hashim Amla passed 150 in a 201-run win over Ireland.
Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath could be ruled out of the rest of the World Cup following injury against England.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons could be in line to become the new West Indies boss.
Joe Root says England must prove they belong in the top eight teams in the world by beating Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
Stuart Broad says England are focused on winning their final two World Cup games and gaining a quarter-final spot.