Pakistan patiently advanced to 350 for eight against a toothless England attack to take control of the first Test on the second day at Lord's on Friday.
Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq, Babar Azam and Shadab.. DNA
A round-up of the latest cricket news from around the world from Cricket World Radio including Gary Kirsten resigning as South Africa coach, a four-run win for Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore.. Source: cricketworld -
In this audio interview, former England and Yorkshire cricketer Michael Vaughan talks to Cricket World TV during the launch of BUPA's online knee clinic.
He chats to us about England taking on New.. Source: cricketworld -
In this cricket tv video for Cricket World - http://www.cricketworld.com - former England captain and 1981 Ashes hero Sir Ian Botham gives his view on England's impressive 170-run victory over New.. Source: cricketworld -
May 25 (OPTA) - Scoreboard at stumps on the second day of 1st test between England and Pakistan on Friday at London, England Pakistan lead England by 166 runs with 2 wickets remaining England 1st.. Reuters India
The Prime Minister echoed the frustration of many England cricket fans as she watched Joe Root’s team struggle at Lord’s. Theresa May watched Pakistan drive home their advantage as England toiled.. WorldNews
LONDON (Reuters) - Joe Root believes a year in the captaincy has given him the experience he needs to move up the England batting order to the pivotal number three position for the two-test series.. SBS
Ben Stokes must be on his "best behaviour" when he returns to the test arena or risk getting a demerit point that could lead to a ban, skipper Joe Root said. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Joe Root has withdrawn from England's forthcoming Twenty20 series against Australia and New Zealand, but admits to feeling conflicted about the decision. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age
Joe Root has entered the Indian Premier League auction for the first time but has said he will miss the competition in future if he thinks it is getting in the way of his England career. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age
I was horrified to learn while watching the fifth Test cricket match on television on Sunday that the temperature on the pitch was over 55 degrees. My concern deepened when I heard on the news.. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age