Alastair Cook

New Zealand restrict England to 169

New Zealand has dismissed England for 169 in a key Champions Trophy match in Cardiff reduced by rain to 24 overs per side.

England set 94 to win over Sri Lanka

England offspinner Graeme Swann completed a career-best 10-wicket match haul to dismiss Sri Lanka for 278 in its second innings on Saturday.

England ready to change script in India

England are hoping to improve their dismal one-day record in India when they clash with the injury-ravaged world champions in their five-match series.

Pietersen integral to 2015 World Cup campaign

Batsman Kevin Pietersen will rediscover the form that saw him the fastest man to 1 000 and 2 000 runs in ODIs, says England captain Alastair Cook.

England declare after Bell double

England declared their first innings closed at 591 for six on the third day of the fourth and final test against India at the Oval.

England world’s number one after India thrashing

England became the world's number one Test side as they beat India by an innings and 242 runs to win the third Test at Edgbaston.

Dilshan’s injury casts shadow over Sri Lanka

Soon after Tillakaratne Dilshan been named man of the match in the drawn second Test against England he was doubting his prospects of playing in th

England in command of final Test

Centuries by Alastair Cook and Ian Bell put England within sight of their first series victory in Australia for 24 years.

SA batsmen take a dive

England's Jonathon Trott and VVS Laxman of India have achieved career-best rankings in the Reliance Mobile International Cricket Council rankings.

England’s Cook dismisses Melbourne pitch switch

England opener Alastair Cook played down a growing row over Australia's move to change pitches for the vital Melbourne Ashes Test.

Cook out as Pietersen ends test century drought

Alastair Cook was finally dismissed, while Kevin Pietersen scored his first Test century in 28 innings as England continued their attack on Sunday.

Cook joins select company in England run feast

Alastair Cook became only the fourth Englishman to score a test double-century in Australia as the first Ashes Test headed for a draw on Monday.

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