Andrew Flintoff is returning home from the West Indies as he looks to cure the hip problem that has kept him out of the Barbados Test.
Shane Warne feels England's selectors should not forget Monty Panesar despite the fact he has "not improved" as a bowler.
Ravi Bopara, Tim Ambrose and Ryan Sidebottom are the three new additions to the England team for the fourth Test with the West Indies.
England will only win the 2009 Ashes if all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is fully fit, according to Australia legend Shane Warne.
Andrew Flintoff believes he will be fit to play in the upcoming IPL despite his continuing injury problems on tour with England.
Amjad Khan took five wickets and Ian Bell hit 72 as England drew their tour match against the Barbados President's XI.
Ravi Bopara hit an unbeaten 124 on Sunday - then targeted a start for England in Thursday's fourth Test against West Indies.
The England and Wales Cricket Board could prevent Andrew Flintoff from playing in the Indian Premier League over his fitness concerns.
England have confirmed that Andrew Flintoff's hip injury will rule him out of their fourth Test against West Indies in Barbados.
England assistant cricket coach Andy Flower has said he would like to be the next national team's head coach.
West Indies captain Chris Gayle hopes his side will not have to hang on for dear life when the next Test begins in Barbados.
England captain Andrew Strauss is remaining positive despite drawing the third Test with the West Indies when needing just one wicket.
Leading strike bowler Andrew Flintoff's hip problem could derail England's bid to defeat West Indies and draw the Test series at 1-1.
Steve Harmison claims England face their biggest day of the winter as they look to bowl out the West Indies and win the third Test.
Under-fire Giles Clarke has defiantly insisted he will not resign as chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Paul Collingwood is hopeful England can take advantage of their strong position in the third Test at the ARG.
Australia skipper Ricky Ponting believes his side's gruelling schedule has contributed to the spate of injuries in his squad.
Australia snatch victory away from New Zealand by just one run as the tourists fall short in Sydney in a tense Twenty20 contest.
The hastily-arranged third Test match between England and the West Indies has been given the go-ahead at Antigua's Recreation Ground.
Former captain Michael Vaughan has insisted he will not be jetting to the Caribbean to rescue England against West Indies.
Paul Collingwood claims the heavy innings defeat to the West Indies in the first Test will spur England on to success in the series.
Andrew Flintoff is convinced England have the character to bounce back from their 51 all-out mauling by West Indies.
The Hussey brothers provided the inspiration for Australia as they beat New Zealand by six wickets in the latest ODI in Adelaide.
Worcestershire captain Vikram Solanki has agreed a new four-year contract at New Road that should keep him at the club until 2012.
Giles Clarke has been re-elected to the post of England and Wales cricket board chairman for the next two years.
The West Indies have axed Xavier Marshall from their squad for the second Test against England which begins on Friday in Antigua.
Former England batsman Geoff Boycott feels that many of the current England squad have not improved as players in recent times.
Tillakaratne Dilshan's 97 helps Sri Lanka avoid a series whitewash against India as the home side recorded a comfortable 68 run win.
Australia win their first game in the one-day series with New Zealand by 32 runs to halt a five-match losing streak.
England captain Andrew Strauss says he is angry with his side after they crashed to an innings and 23 run defeat to the West Indies.
Lancashire have signed South Africa vice-captain Ashwell Prince on a short-term contract for the start of the new domestic season.
The referral system decision to reverse West Indies' batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan's lbw was the main talking point on day two of the Test.
Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen have become the costliest cricketers in the Indian Premier League after being bought for $1.55m.
Uncapped opener Phillip Hughes has been included in Australia's squad for their tour of South Africa, which starts later this month.
Kevin Pietersen says he won't change his attacking philosophy after receiving criticism having missed out on another Test century.
Andrew Strauss believes the rest of the squad must follow Kevin Pietersen's example to get England back among cricket world's elite.
England will have just seven players involved in the IPL's auction on Friday after Ian Bell, Matt Prior and 13 others were left out.
Freddie Flintoff is optimistic he can prove his fitness so he is able to start in the first Test against the West Indies on Wednesday.
Steve Harmison has reiterated his desire to play for England ahead of the first Test with the West Indies which starts on Wednesday.
Australia skipper Ricky Ponting is to miss his side's next two one-day internationals with New Zealand to recharge his batteries.
New Zealand edged the thrilling but low-scoring first one-day international by two wickets against Australia in Perth.
The International Cricket Council have confirmed that an alternative venue will be sought for this year's Champions Trophy.
The International Cricket Council has amended the result of the controversial 2006 Oval Test against Pakistan back to an England win.
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