England vs West Indies: Chris Woakes targets return in historic day-night Test at home ground of Edgbaston
Woakes had become a mainstay in all three international formats, but a side strain suffered in Champions Trophy in June kept him out of action for 11 weeks.
Joe Root initially struggled to find his usual fluency against a disciplined South Africa pace attack but made them pay for the missed chances by the end of the day
Catch all the live scores and updates of Day one of the first Test between England and South Africa at Lord's.
India will take on Bangladesh in the second semifinal on Thursday
Champions Trophy 2017: Andrew Strauss defends Ben Stokes' decision to extend time in IPL despite injury fears
Andrew Strauss believes letting England stars such as Ben Stokes play in the Indian Premier League is worth any potential injury risk.
England director of cricket Andrew Strauss believes the vital experience gained from sending the country's players to the Indian Premier League (IPL) far outweighs the risk of them picking up injuries during the Twenty20 tournament.
The Champions Trophy has not been immune from controversies, some so galling that it brought the game itself to disrepute, while others may be classified as, well, amusing.
England captain Joe Root relishes Ben Stokes' partnership, says they 'get on well' on and off the field
When Joe Root leads England out for the first time as Test captain he will be able to turn to a familiar face in Ben Stokes.
Joe Root hopes becoming a Test captain will take his batting to the "next level", just as it's done for India's Virat Kohli and Australia's Steve Smith.
Joe Root named England Test captain: A fun, phlegmatic character is an exciting change of pace for team
Every time Joe Root has been tested in his international career he has succeeded. It would be foolish to think he couldn’t rise to this challenge of Test captaincy.
Here's how some of the renowned personalities paid tribute to Alastair Cook's decision to step down as England's Test captain
Alastair Cook has resigned as England Test captain after a record 59 matches in the role, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Monday.
England's Joe Root has said he is ready to take on the mantle of Test skipper should Alastair Cook decide to relinquish the captaincy.
Director of England cricket Andrew Strauss expects Alastair Cook to carry on as the test captain well into the summer of 2017, saying the 31-year-old is comfortable with the responsibility.
Bangladesh authorities are promising England's cricketers unprecedented security when they begin a controversial tour Friday, desperate to prevent the country from becoming a no-go zone for international sport.
England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan and batsman Alex Hales have both made themselves unavailable for next month's tour of Bangladesh, the ECB confirmed on Sunday.
England chief Andrew Strauss said that players have three days left to decide if they are willing to tour Bangladesh amid ongoing security concerns.
Alex Hales has accepted he could be risking his England place if he pulls out of the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.
Alastair Cook has admitted that he came close to resign captaincy on several occasions. Cook took over from Andrew Strauss as Test skipper in 2012.
James Taylor had withdrawn from a domestic fixture last week and had initially believed it to be a case of viral infection, before scans revealed otherwise.