Further infighting over Kiwi captaincy makes intriguing subplot before Australia arrive
The West Indian hit 100 from just 30 balls
West Indian sets sets record ton for Bangalore against Pune
England take no fitness chances with batsman whose bruised knee is worse than first thought
Australia captain Michael Clarke has no idea how serious his latest back problem is, but insisted it was “very unlikely” the injury would keep him out of the Ashes.
Management handling of ailment picked up three weeks ago leads to doubts over return
After our day off in Dharamsala I've realised there is only one person more famous than the Dailai Lama around here - Kevin Pietersen
Report from England's warm-up match against India A
Restoring trust is key in a make-or-break week for resolving a dispute that has drained Flower
Pietersen may walk away to a maverick future of T20 events and loss of sponsors
IPL heroics earn talented mystery spinner a Test call and revive memories of Sonny Ramadhin
Years ago, Somerset could call on the power of Viv Richards year after year
Worcestershire are set to go on flood watch after the abandonment of their match with Nottinghamshire at rain-battered New Road yesterday.
Australia 328 & 259 West Indies 218 & 294 (Australia win by 75 runs)
As the desert sand settled around Alastair Cook's sterling century yesterday, the attention moved sharply to his opening partner. It has never shifted far from Kevin Pietersen since a balmy day at the Oval in 2005 when he plundered Australia but there is the undoubted sense now that he is playing for his one-day career.