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England captain Alastair Cook insists Andy Flower will have no influence in the rebuilding of the national team despite his continued involvement within the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Surrey coach Alec Stewart says new England coach Peter Moores will ultimately be judged on whether or not he wins back the Ashes.
Sam Robson should open the batting for England alongside Alastair Cook in the first Test with Sri Lanka, according to Eoin Morgan.
Eoin Morgan admits he has sympathy with those who believe Kevin Pietersen should still be playing for England.
Ian Bell believes there is excitement surrounding England again after Peter Moores was confirmed as head coach.
England batsman Jonathan Trott has been told the door is always open for advice and support by Marcus Trescothick.
England's new head coach Peter Moores has insisted he does not blame Kevin Pietersen over their rift in 2009.
Peter Moores has been named as England's new head coach.
Pakistan's cricket authorities are investigating reports that banned spinner Danish Kaneria played in an exhibition tournament in the United States last week.
England batsman Jonathan Trott is to take a second break from all cricket with immediate effect.
Eoin Morgan retains his hunger and ambition to play in England's Test team - and hopes good form in the County Championship will help force his way back into the side.
Paul Collingwood believes whoever takes charge of the England team will have a promising squad at his disposal as he begins the rebuilding process.
England Lions, the national team's second-string, have announced plans to tour South Africa in 2015.
Alastair Cook has urged a new wave of England hopefuls to prove themselves in the County Championship over the coming weeks.
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has revealed that he may need to reconsider his availability in all three forms of cricket to ensure his fitness for the 2015 Ashes Series in England.
New Zealand have included uncapped off-spinner Mark Craig in their squad for their three-Test tour of West Indies in June.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has finally agreed to back reforms of the International Cricket Council after it was given assurances over its future involvement in financially-beneficial fixtures.
England paceman James Anderson insists it is the responsibility of the players rather than a new coach to get the team back on track.
Australia are heading to Zimbabwe for the first time in over a decade to take part in a triangular tournament later this year.
Associate members could earn full Test status after the ICC approved the introduction of a Test Challenge.