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Back sweat replacing saliva in first Test
England quick Mark Wood has revealed bowlers were using back sweat as a substitute for saliva in the first Test against the West Indies.
Stokes strikes as Windies close on target
Stand-in England Test captain Ben Stokes took a key wicket in questionable circumstances as the West Indies closed in on a first innings in Southampton.
England crumble in West Indies first Test
England, after winning the toss, have collapsed to be 5-106 at lunch on day two of the first Test against the West Indies in Southampton.
Players take a knee as First Test starts
England and West Indies ushered in the long-awaited return of international cricket by coming together in a show of support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Root hands Stokes England captaincy advice
Ben Stokes has been offered some sound advice as he takes charge of England for the first Test against West Indies from regular captain Joe Root.
Counties agree new red, white ball format
England's 18 counties have passed a majority vote to play both red ball and white ball cricket when the delayed 2020 season starts on August 1.
Overseas IPL only as a last resort: BCCI
The BCCI will explore all options for hosting the IPL in India and only consider an overseas host as a last option.
Holder challenged to get on top of Stokes
West Indies coach Phil Simmons has challenged Jason Holder to "get on top" in his battle with fellow captain and all-rounder Ben Stokes this week.
Busy England still want to host Aussies
England face a packed schedule with looming series against Ireland and Pakistan but still want to entertain Australia in a late summer white-ball series.
No more waiting, must make IPL plans: BCCI
The Board of Control for Cricket in India says it can't wait any longer and will start drawing up plans for this year's delayed Indian Premier League.
Denly in England's squad for Windies Test
Joe Denly has been named ahead of uncapped Dan Lawrence in England's 13-man squad for their Test against the West Indies next week.
Denly gets nod for England's Test return
England have named batsman Joe Denly and confirmed Dom Bess as their No.1 spinner in their squad for next week's return of Test cricket against West Indies.
CA, players reach peace on reset finances
Cricket Australia have reset their financial modelling for the 2020-21 financial year, giving them a chance to see a clearer picture while pleasing players.
Pressure on West Indies batters
West Indies know they need to get their batting in order to upset England, as they prepare for a test series behind closed doors.
ICC happy with outcome of 2011 CWC final
The ICC has found no evidence of match fixing following allegations about the 2011 World Cup final.
England's Sam Curran cleared of Covid-19
Sam Curran has tested negative for Covid-19, easing concerns that the virus had infiltrated England's 'bio-secure' venue at the Ageas Bowl.
England, Windies to wear BLM logos in Test
England cricketers will wear "Black Lives Matter" logos on their shirts like their West Indies rivals during their upcoming Test series.
Dukes unhappy with Sheffield Shield snub
Cricket Australia has confirmed the coming Sheffield Shield season will not feature Dukes balls, much to the disappointment of the British manufacturer.
Simmons' coaching job safe: Windies
Cricket West Indies have confirmed Phil Simmons' job is safe after a Barbados official called for his sacking after the coach attended a funeral in England.
Holder wants more from Windies batsmen
West Indies captain Jason Holder wants more from his misfiring batsmen ahead of the looming first Test in England.
NZ batting coach Fulton steps down
Peter Fulton is stepping down as New Zealand batting coach less than a year after his appointment.
West Indies batting great Weekes dies, 95
Cricket West Indies has paid tribute to Test great Sir Everton Weekes following his death at the age of 95.
Harper reveals extent of nasty concussion
Wicketkeeper Sam Harper has revealed the aftermath of his freak concussion in 2017, when he spent three weeks in a dark hospital room and relearned how to walk.
Stokes to skipper England against Windies
Ben Stokes will captain England for the first time in the opening Test against the West Indies due with Joe Root's wife due to give birth.
Pakistan players cleared after COVID tests
Six Pakistan cricketers can join the tour party in England after testing negative to COVID-19 for a second time, though four others still need clearance.
Saliva ban unlikely to affect ODIs: Finch
Cricketers around the world are worried about what impact a ban on using saliva to shine the ball will have on Tests, but not the sport's shorter formats.
Boards to share COVID calender pain: Finch
Cricket Australia says it will work with Zimbabwe Cricket to reschedule an ODI series that has been postponed because of COVID-19.
Leading England 'huge honour': Stokes
Ben Stokes has vowed to captain England with the same attacking instincts that have made him one of the most exciting players in international cricket.
English county season to resume August 1
The English 2020 county season will begin on August 1, the England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed.
I had early case of coronavirus: Botham
Legendary England cricket allrounder Ian Botham says he developed an early case of coronavirus and just assumed he had contracted a heavy flu.
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