The Board of Control for Cricket in India has agreed to use the Decision Review System, in toto, in the forthcoming series between India and England starting from the 9th of Nov 2016, on a trial basis. Source: nnis Sports English -
Rajkot, Oct 19 (ANI): All though many One Day International matches have been played at Rajkot's Saurashtra Cricket Association ground, it is now ready to host a test match. Earlier this year,.. Source: News unlimited -
Bangladeshi army commandos display military exercises at the national stadium in a show of strength designed to reassure England's cricketers over their security on the eve of the opening ODI of.. Source: news across the world -
Bangladesh authorities are promising England's cricketers unprecedented security when they begin a controversial tour, desperate to prevent the country from becoming a no-go zone for international.. Source: AFP Sports videos -
The board of directors of Cricket South Africa (CSA) has extended the contracts of Proteas coach Russell Domingo, and team manager, Mohammed Moosajee, until the end of the Proteas tour to England next.. SuperSport
Seamer James Anderson and opening batsman Alex Hales have been omitted from England’s touring party for next month’s five-Test series against the world’s No1-ranked side India.
Anderson, who.. City A.M.
While their limited-overs side have already savoured victories over the world's top sides, Bangladesh cricket hopes their narrow defeat to England will be a watershed moment for the test team. SuperSport
England spinner Gareth Batty admits to battling nerves on day two of the first Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong, where the Yorkshireman took a wicket on his return to Test cricket 11 years after.. BBC Sport
The Indian cricket board has finally relaxed its opposition to the Decision Review System and has agreed to trial the technology in the forthcoming series between India and England in November. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
India will use the Decision Review System (DRS) on a trial basis in the upcoming five-test series against England to assess improvements made to the technology, the country's cricket board said on.. SuperSport Also reported by •SBS