Australia vs England, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Andrew Strauss emotional after hosts 'obliterate' Aaron Finch and Co to reach final
Former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss was overcome with emotion after the team he helped build "obliterated" Australia to reach the World Cup final on Thursday.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England's date with destiny result of ODI cricket taking precedence over Ashes
Even before the World Cup started, this was England's best-ever chance to win a World Cup. With one game to go, that is even truer.
England are currently top of the global 50-over rankings and will head into a home World Cup that starts in May as one of the favourites to win a trophy they have never lifted.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss' wife Ruth passes away after losing year-long battle with lung cancer
Ruth was diagnosed with cancer during the Ashes in December 2017 and he took a break from his position earlier this year after she began a new course of treatment.
Former international spinner Ashley Giles has been appointed as the new managing director of England men's cricket, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced on Friday.
Andrew Strauss announced on Wednesday that he is standing down as England's director of cricket following a period of compassionate leave.
Alastair Cook was lauded as England's "greatest ever player" by former opening partner Andrew Strauss during his final Test before international retirement.
India vs England: Alastair Cook hopes time will eventually heal rift with former teammate Kevin Pietersen
Alastair Cook admitted the fallout with former teammate Kevin Pieterson had a negative impact on his own form.
India vs England: Alastair Cook says if the series was tied at 2-2, he would have kept his mouth shut about retirement
England's Alastair Cook, "It's been a bit surreal. One of my friends rang me to check I was still alive because everyone was talking as if I'd died. It is nice when you hear so many nice words said about you."
From century on debut against India to double hundred at Gabba, Alastair Cook's top five Test innings
Alaistair Cook is the only cricketer with over 10,000 Test runs as an opener and leading the chart with 11,627 runs. Here are five of his finest knocks in Test cricket.
'No player has given more in England shirt', 'Very special talent', twitter reacts to Alastair Cook's retirement
Here's a compilation of tweets that laud, celebrate and congratulate Alastair Cook, England's most prolific Test opener
India vs England: Alastair Cook feels visitors' pace attack has variety and depth unlike previous touring sides
Alastair Cook feels India's pace battery has variety and depth, something that they have lacked as a touring side all these years.
Under Hesson, New Zealand achieved their highest Test, ODI and T20I rankings, rising to third in Tests in July 2015, second in ODIs in May 2016 and No 1 in T20Is in May 2016.
England cricket director Andrew Strauss steps down for the season to support wife Ruth as she battles cancer
England cricket director Andrew Strauss is to stand down temporarily while his wife Ruth battles cancer, with Andy Flower filling in for Strauss.
The toss of coin has been a part of international cricket since the very first Test, between England and Australia in 1877 to decide which of the two competing teams get to bowl or bat first. The coin is flipped by the home captain and the call is made by the visiting skipper.
England and Wales Cricket Board's recently-formed working group casts cloud over new 100-ball format
Plans to establish a new 100 balls a side tournament in England's county cricket remain in place despite a review into the domestic set-up
South African fast bowler Morne Morkel’s first reaction on taking his 300th Test wicket on the second day of the third Test against Australia was to check whether he had bowled a no-ball.
Andrew Strauss has paid a glowing tribute to retired batsman Kevin Pietersen, revealing any animosity he felt towards his former England team-mate has dissipated.
Trevor Bayliss says England should have separate coach for T20Is; favours assistant Paul Farbrace for role
England coach Trevor Bayliss has urged the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to consider hiring a specialist coach for their Twenty20 team and nominated his assistant Paul Farbrace for the role.
Bayliss, who was appointed in 2015 to succeed the sacked Peter Moores, said it would be time for a fresh approach when his contract comes to an end.