England name uncapped Surrey batsman Jason Roy in their Twenty20 squad to face India at Edgbaston on 7 September.
Zimbabwe defeat Australia in a one-day international for the first time since 1983 after a three-wicket win in Harare.
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Analyst Simon Hughes explains the art of 'death' bowling in one day international cricket and how England must master the skill.
Having enjoyed a globetrotting childhood, Natalie Sciver is now settled and looking to make an even bigger impact for England.
Championship leaders Yorkshire bowl out Lancashire for 278 on the opening day of the Roses match at Old Trafford.
Fourteen wickets fall on day one between Durham and Nottinghamshire at Chester-Le-Street.
David Willey takes 4-64 as Northants bowl out Somerset for 314 on day one at Taunton, before reaching 39-0 at stumps.
An unbroken century stand between Rikki Clarke and Keith Barker puts Warwickshire in a strong position on the opening day against Middlesex.
Worcestershire paceman Charlie Morris takes four wickets as the Division Two leaders fight back against Derbyshire.
Angus Robson hits his maiden first-class hundred as Leicestershire edge promotion-chasing Hampshire on day one at the Ageas Bowl.
Glamorgan's Chris Cooke smashes his maiden first-class century on a topsy-turvy opening day against Kent.
England captain Alastair Cook defends his team's tactics after a second successive heavy defeat in the one-day series with India.
India beat England by six wickets at Trent Bridge to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day series with two games left.
Graeme Swann renews his call for former team-mate Alastair Cook to end his captaincy of the England one-day side.
Kent complete the semi-final line-up of the One-Day Cup by beating Gloucestershire by 24 runs.
Warwickshire will play Kent at Edgbaston, while Durham will host Nottinghamshire in the One-Day Cup semi-finals.
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Twenty20 success finally comes to Edgbaston as the Birmingham Bears celebrate their name change by winning the Blast.
England thrashed India to turn around their Test summer, but what areas still need work before next year's Ashes series?
After three humiliating defeats by England, calls are getting louder in India to sack captain Mahendra Dhoni.
England captain Alastair Cook must be very satisfied with this summer’s turnaround, says Jonathan Agnew.
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