India vs England: Hosts coach Trevor Bayliss says series win over Virat Kohli and Co on par with Ashes triumph
The victory against World No 1 India in the ongoing five-Test series is on par with beating Australia in the Ashes, said England coach Trevor Bayliss, who suggested they might experiment in the final match starting at London
The injury could mean he's (Virat Kohli) more of a dangerous player. Through history there are a lot of players who have played with an injury and scored runs and taken wickets, said Trevor Bayliss.
England coach Trevor Bayliss has suggested Ben Stokes make a public apology over the events that led to his eventual acquittal for affray as the all-rounder waits to see if he will be recalled for this week's third Test against India at Trent Bridge.
India vs England: Virat Kohli and Co couldn't have practiced more, there aren't 10 days in a week, says Trevor Bayliss
England coach Trevor Bayliss has defended India's much-criticised preparation for the ongoing Test series, saying the beleaguered visitors couldn't have fit in more practice than what they did before the disastrous first two games.
India vs England: Pressure on other Indian batsmen will put Virat Kohli under pressure, says Trevor Bayliss
Trevor Bayliss feels the seemingly peerless Virat Kohli can be put under pressure if the home team can continue to tame the rest of the Indian line-up.
India vs England: Coach Trevor Bayliss tells hosts to pull together and step up in Ben Stokes' absence
England's players must pull together to make up for the absence of all-rounder Ben Stokes in the second Test against India, coach Trevor Bayliss has said.
India vs England: Hope Sam Curran can carry-on first Test heroics against Virat Kohli and co, says Trevor Bayliss
Trevor Bayliss believes Sam Curran's competitive attitude will serve him well as the all-rounder looks to build on his first-Test heroics against India.
India vs England: Joe Root in support of Adil Rashid's inclusion in squad for first Test, says national selector Ed Smith
Leg-spinner Rashid was included in the squad for the 1st Test even though he has opted out of playing first-class County Championship cricket for Yorkshire this season.
India vs England: Adil Rashid could earn Test recall if he changes his mind about red-ball cricket, says coach Trevor Bayliss
Leg-spinner Adil Rashid could earn an England Test recall to face India if he changes his mind over red-ball cricket
Joe Root will keep his place in Twenty20 side even when Ben Stokes returns to the side, says acting-coach Paul Farbrace
Joe Root will keep his place in England's side for next week's Twenty20 internationals against India even if all-rounder Ben Stokes returns to the team, according to acting coach Paul Farbrace.
Paul Farbrace, deputising as head coach in place of Trevor Bayliss confirmed Jos Buttler's promotion by telling reporters at Edgbaston on Tuesday: "He will open tomorrow (Wednesday).
England coach Trevor Bayliss backs assistant Paul Farbrace to be his successor after 2019 World Cup and Ashes
Trevor Bayliss has backed longtime assistant Paul Farbrace to succeed him as England coach when he stands down after next year's World Cup and Ashes.
England's James Anderson to take six-week break from cricket to ensure full fitness ahead of India's tour
Anderson will use his time away from the game for what the England and Wales Cricket Board said was rehabilitation on a longstanding right-shoulder injury.
Spot-fixing sting: From England captain Joe Root to Michael Atherton, here's how world of cricket reacted
Cricket has been jolted by news channel Al Jazeera's documentary in which it accused three English and two Australian players of being involved in fixing.
Bayliss' words were endorsed by England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison, who said neither his organisation nor the International Cricket Council had "any credible evidence" of corruption involving England players.
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.
England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler believes there is nothing wrong with players choosing to play just one format
England’s Adil Rashid and Alex Hales have signed white ball-only contracts with their respective counties, which means they are not available for selection for the Test side, while Colin Munro did the same in New Zealand in March.
Ben Stokes expresses desire to inspire England back to pinnacle of Test Cricket after 'slacking off' in past two years
England's Ben Stokes said, "We've slacked off in the past two years but knowing how close we were gives you that desire to get back there."
England limited-overs' captain Eoin Morgan says young players not giving importance to Tests and county cricket
Morgan, who hopes to represent Middlesex in England’s domestic four-day game for the first time in three years this season, believes that he is among the last generation of cricketers for whom the game’s oldest format is still relevant.
The 26-year-old is still undergoing checks to determine whether he is fit to be England’s fifth bowler in the second Test at Hagley Oval.