Zafar Ansari's constant pursuit of excellence and a desire to be the best has seen him turn his back on cricket.
Which England player has had the biggest impact on IPL 10 in week three – and who helped bring about a new IPL record?
James Anderson and Michael Carberry join Rob Key to take a closer look at England's squad selected for the ICC Champions Trophy.
Our pundits discuss the start of the Joe Root era, their potential highlights of the summer and the ECB's T20 proposals.
With Jos Buttler impressing in the IPL for Mumbai Indians, we look back at some of his best white-ball knocks...
With a strong English contingent heading to the IPL this year - one at every team - we assess their aims and chances of success.
David Lloyd joins Rob Key to preview England's ODI series in West Indies, and talk Twitter, weightlifting and pina coladas.
After Joe Root's unveiling as England's new Test captain, we look at how he has progressed to reach this point.
In the latest Sky Cricket Podcast, Nasser Hussain catches up with new England Test captain Joe Root.
Can Joe Root follow the example of his 'big four' contemporaries and thrive on the added pressure of the England captaincy?
The planet's top female players will descend on the UK this summer as England plays host to the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup.
Now that Alastair Cook has relinquished the Test captaincy, who is set to become England's new skipper?
Despite disappointment that his time as captain is over, Alastair Cook is looking forward to a new chapter in his England career.
In the latest Sky Cricket Podcast, Andrew Flintoff joins Rob Key to discuss Alastair Cook's resignation, T20 cricket and more.
In an exclusive interview with Nasser Hussain, Alastair Cook explains his reasoning behind giving up the England captaincy.
We reflect on the reigns of the England’s longest-serving Test skippers following Alastair Cook’s decision to resign as captain.
Former England captains Michael Atherton, Sir Ian Botham, Nasser Hussain and David Gower react to Alastair Cook's resignation.
Following his resignation, we chart the highs, and lows, of Alastair Cook's record 59-game spell as England's Test skipper...
Alastair Cook won two Ashes as England captain but did the team progress under his leadership? Charles Colvile investigates...
Rob Key runs the rule over the players to have taken to part in England’s ODI and T20I series defeats in India.