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Giles, Flintoff and steps to help umpires deal with illegal actions are on Bumble's agenda...
Ashley Giles, Freddie Flintoff and steps to help umpires deal with illegal actions are on Bumble's agenda...
Bumble's calendar is stacked, with ODI commitments, a potential trip to India and a spicy Boxing Day.
David Lloyd has his say on the Cook conundrum, the Ryder Cup and, er, 'The David Lloyd Story'.
Full-on Yorkshire are the pride of the County Championship, says David Lloyd, and deservedly so.
India taught England's batsmen a lesson in one day cricket at Trent Bridge, says David Lloyd.
The chips are down for England, but I'm chipper after Finals Day thanks to the chippies in Whitby...
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Ben Dunk and Nathan Reardon have been included in Australia's squad for the T20 series against South Africa in November.
Jimmy Neesham will open for New Zealand in their opening ODI with South Africa at Bay Oval, live on Sky.
Australian cricketers will be given an amnesty 'window' to report corruption-related information.
Clive Lloyd hopes the recent actions of the West Indies team will not render cricketing ties with India "irreparable".
Bangladesh have included leg-spinner Jubair Hossain in their 14-man squad for the first Test against Zimbabwe.
The sporting theatre offers unadulterated highs and soul-destroying lows on a weekly basis and the past seven days have once again delivered moments of sheer quality, matched by adrenaline-fuelled madness.
After beating England 3-1 in an ODI series away from home, India return to 50-over action against West Indies, live on Sky Sports.
The summer sun slowly begins to make way for frost and fog as another domestic season is ticked off with mixed results for the 18 first-class counties.