John Etheridge told Cricket Writers on TV that Jason Gillespie could be England coach for the ODIs against New Zealand.
Sunday's County Championship matches - updates from around the grounds...
The IPL season will climax today with a final between two of the most successful sides in the history of the event.
England lose early wicket and trail New Zealand on day four at Lord's
Pakistan are keen to play home matches in neighbouring India, rather than host international series in the UAE.
Mark Wood experiences "best and worst feeling" after rollercoaster Test debut for England against New Zealand at Lord's.
Nasser Hussain says Mark Wood has shown the character needed for Test cricket after his 3-93 on debut at Lord’s.
England face an uphill battle to stay in the first Test after closing day three at Lord’s on 74-2, 60 runs behind New Zealand.
Adam Milne has not fully recovered from a heel injury and will miss New Zealand's one-day series against England.
Middlesex batsman Nick Compton spoke to Game Changers about how he became a cricketer.
England must make early in-roads on day three to avoid a punishing first-innings deficit, says Bob Willis.
Ravi Bopara took two wickets and struck a match-winning 81 not out to help Essex past Glamorgan in the NatWest T20 Blast at Cardiff.
Mike Hussey played the key innings as the Chennai Super Kings reached the IPL final with a nervy three-wicket win over the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Jason Gillespie has held talks with England about becoming Peter Moores’ successor.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali was left to rue missed chances after New Zealand took control of the first Test on day two.
Mukhtar Ahmed hit a sensational 83 as international cricket returned to Pakistan with a five-wicket win for the hosts over Zimbabwe in Lahore.
New Zealand are well on top in the first Test at Lord’s, finishing day two on 303-2 having dismissed England for 389.
Pakistan international spin bowler Saeed Ajmal will link up with Worcestershire for a third spell early next month.
David Lloyd thinks England showed plenty of style and character as they fought back from 30-4 to post 354-7 on day one at Lord's.
New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry made a big impact on his Test debut by taking three England wickets at Lord’s.