Result: 1- 8 out of 1075 Article found

Surrey confirms Kevin Pietersen return

Kevin Pietersen has decided to play for Surrey to consolidate his bid for the national jersey.


Kevin Pietersen chooses Surrey over Sunrisers

Pietersen decided to switch over to County to consolidate his bid for the national team.


Jonathan Trott returns to England Test squad after 18 months

Jonathan Trott last played a Test match in Brisbane against Australia in 2013.

England, Kevin Pietersen, KP, Pietersen England, england Kevin Pietersen, Sports, Cricket, Sports news, Cricket news, England Cricket Board

Kevin Pietersen’s England return very unlikely, says Alastair Cook

England recall unlikely for Kevin Pietersen after his unruly comments about the squad and board in his biography.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry gives up soldier life in June, feels ‘incredibly lucky’ to have served

After 10 years of service and 2 Afghanistan tours, it’s a soldier’s life no more for Britain’s Prince Harry.

Eoin Morgan England, England Eoin Morgan, Morgan England, England vs Afghanistan, Eng vs Afg, World Cup 2015, Cricket World Cup 2015, Cricket News, Cricket

Not fair to blame coach Peter Moores for World Cup exit, says Eoin Morgan

A wave of vitriol has been directed at Moores since England were beaten by Bangladesh on Monday.

live score, live cricket score, eng vs afg, live england vs afghanistan, eng vs afg score, eng vs afg live, live cricket eng vs afg, england afghanistan live, england afghanistan, afghanistan england, world cup 2015, cricket news

England end World Cup 2015 campaign with win

England beat Afghanistan by nine wickets in the rain-curtailed contest to end their World Cup campaign with win.

England cricket team, England cricket, Eng vs Afg, Afg vs Eng, England Afghanistan, World Cup 2015, 2015 World Cup, Cricket News, Cricket

England determined to end World Cup campaign with win

England have one last chance to impress at the tournament during the match against Afghanistan.


For ability to blossom, England must break shackles of decadent thought

England faced a shock defeat to Bangladesh as they were knocked out of the Cricket World Cup on March 9.


Dissecting England’s misery, point by point

Former English skipper Michael Vaughan lists out why Morgan & Co. have failed to progress in the limited overs format.


The Charge of the Light Brigade (English Cricket Edition)

England were handed a 15-run defeat by Bangladesh which ended England’s World Cup campaign.

England World Cup, World Cup England, World Cup 2015, 2015 World Cup, England Cricket, Peter Moores, Michael Vaughan, Cricket News, Cricket

Put Peter Moores in charge of kids, says Michael Vaughan

Moores has come under intense fire since England’s defeat by Bangladesh on Monday.

World Cup 2015 quarterfinals, Quarterfinal world cup, India world cup, World Cup India, India World Cup, Cricket World Cup 2015, Cricket News, Cricket

Explained: 2015 World Cup’s likely quarter-finalists

A look at the points table doesn’t really reveal who plays who in the quarters. A quick look at the likely contests.


Story of an anti-hero: How Rubel Hossain broke Bangladesh out of jail

After long depressing losing streaks and match-fixing betrayals, Bangladesh, belatedly, had a genuine reason to celebrate.


It’s a great turnaround for us, says Mashrafe Mortaza after England win

Bangladesh stunned England by 15 runs to secure a quarter-final place in the World Cup.