Sir Ian Botham believes Jonathan Trott should be left out by England for the second Test against the West Indies.
Gautam Gambhir hit a half century as Kolkata Knight Riders cruised to a six-wicket win over Delhi Daredevils.
Moeen Ali is set to return to the England side for the second Test against West Indies in Grenada.
England captain Alastair Cook claims he is still improving as a batsman, despite his long wait for a Test hundred.
Centuries for Alex Lees, Richard Oliver and Tim Ambrose on second day of action in County Championship Division One.
Steve Davies secured an unbeaten double century as Surrey set Glamorgan a huge task in their Division Two clash.
Sky Sports will broadcast 50 county matches this season as part of its biggest year of live cricket.
Sachin Tendulkar and Ajinkya Rahane pay tribute to Ankit Keshri who died after being injured in an on-field collision.
Updates from the second day of County Championship action with six games continuing across Division One and Two.
Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi has stepped down after two years in the role, citing his own poor form and the team's performances.
Joe Root says he is not currently thinking about the England captaincy and has backed Alastair Cook to remain as skipper.
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh says England should move on from Kevin Pietersen and not consider recalling him.
Lancashire second XI all-rounder Liam Livingstone has set a new world record for a score in a one-day match.
Mumbai Indians recorded their first win of the Indian Premier League campaign at the fifth time of asking.
Alex Hales hit a double century for Notts against Yorkshire, while Matt Machan and Boyd Rankin also impressed in Division One.
Ian Bell insists England did not underestimate the West Indies ahead of the first Test.
Kumar Sangakkara struck an unbeaten century on debut to overshadow Kevin Pietersen's own return to the Surrey ranks.
Shane Watson took centre stage as the Rajasthan Royals routed the fancied Chennai Super Kings by eight wickets.
Kevin Pietersen made only 19 on his 2015 championship bow before Surrey went into overdrive against Glamorgan in Cardiff.
James Anderson says he is still improving and expects to be part of the England Test team for a few more years to come.