The England vs Pakistan series which will be held behind closed doors in a bio-secure environment will begin on 5 August at the Old Trafford in Manchester
Stuart Broad takes third spot in ICC's Test bowling rankings after series-winning performance against West Indies
Stuart Broad, who finished third Test with a match haul of 10 for 67 during which he touched the milestone of 500 Test wickets, has reached his best position since August 2016 when he was third.
England vs West Indies: Chris Woakes an 'unsung hero,' goes quietly about his business, says Alec Stewart
Chris Woakes grabbed five wickets to help England bowl out West Indies for 129 in the second innings of the final Test as the hosts claimed the Wisden Trophy with a 2-1 series victory.
England vs West Indies: Windies suffer late collapse on Day 4 to hand hosts the advantage in 2nd Test
Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes collected three wickets each as West Indies were bowled out for 287 on Day 4 to concede a 182-run lead, with England 37/2 at stumps in their second innings.
All-rounder Ben Stokes will lead England in the match, which will begin at the Ageas Bowl Southampton on Wednesday in a bio-secure environment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Australian speedster Brett Lee reckons that it will be tougher for bowlers to find their rhythm after the lockdown and they will require at least eight weeks to get back match fitness for any format of the game.
Coronavirus Outbreak: England's Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes first to return to training among cricketers
England's Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes on Thursday became the first cricketers to return to individual training after the coronavirus hiatus, giving a glimpse into the post-lockdown world.
Former West Indies great Michael Holding slams ICC World Test Championship points system, terms it 'ridiculous'
West Indies fast bowling great Michael Holding has termed the World Test Championship's points system as "ridiculous", where some of the Tests will be rendered inconsequential once teams realise that they can't finish in top two in the points table.
England all-rounder Chris Woakes has revealed that he pulled out of this year's IPL primarily to be with his pregnant wife but need not have officially announced his withdrawal from the event, which was suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Players would be happy to be put in quarantine together to resume playing matches, says Chris Woakes
The England and Wales Cricket Board has said the season will not start before 28 May and British media reported players could be asked to stay at hotels near grounds and play matches without spectators present.
'Do we have to talk about him?’ Pat Cummins reminisces Ben Stokes’ herculean knock in Headingley Ashes Test
Narrating what happened in the wake of the Headingley Test, Cummins said they received a text from the head coach Justin Langer asking the team to sit down next morning and watch their implosion on replay.
IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals' Chris Woakes pulls out of IPL to stay fresh for England Test team, says report
Delhi Capitals' Chris Woakes has pulled out of the upcoming IPL to stay fresh ahead of England's home Test summer, according to a media report.
Sri Lanka vs England: Visitors recall Keaton Jennings, Ben Foakes ahead of two-Test tour; James Anderson misses out with rib injury
Foakes has played five Tests for England, making his debut against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2018 while Jennings, who has two centuries in the sub-continent, was last involved in their tour of West Indies last year
South Africa vs England: Quinton de Kock, Temba Bavuma put together 173-run partnership as hosts win first ODI by seven-wickets
Quinton de Kock made 107 and Temba Bavuma was out for 98 after a 173-run partnership with de Kock
South Africa vs England, Highlights, 4th Test Day 4 at Johannesburg: Joe and Root and Co clinch series
Catch all the live updates from Day 4 of the fourth Test between South Africa and England in Johannesburg
South Africa vs England, Highlights, 4th Test, Day 3 at Johannesburg: Joe Root and Co dominate hosts
Catch all the live updates from Day 3 of the fourth Test between South Africa and England in Johannesburg
South Africa vs England: After being sidelined due to elbow injury, Jofra Archer in line for recall ahead of fourth Test against Proteas
An elbow injury kept the 24-year-old Archer out of the last two Tests, which England won to take a 2-1 lead in the series going into the final encounter starting at The Wanderers on Friday
South Africa vs England: Jofra Archer left out, Mark Wood replaces James Anderson for third Test at St George’s Park
Archer, Wood and Chris Woakes had been in contention to replace Anderson, who went home after the second Test in Cape Town as a broken rib cut short his tour.
England would have been sweating on Root, a key top-order batsman whose captaincy was praised in the 189-run victory in the second Test which levelled the four-match series at 1-1
South Africa vs England: Opener Dominic Sibley latest from visitors' camp to fall sick; Chris Woakes, Jack Leach show progress
Opener Dominic Sibley has joined the growing list of England players and staff stuck down by illness in South Africa, the England and Wales Cricket Board said in a media release on Monday.