Calling the pull-out by West Indies midway into the India tour as "monumental disaster", the BCCI is demanding repayment by slapping a US$41.97 million damages claim on the WICB.
Geraint Jones admits he feels like he has been handed a “new lease of life” after confirming a move to Gloucestershire on a two-year deal this week.
While it may seem jarring, USA's relegation to WCL Division Four was a culmination of factors including inconsistent selection policies and a lack of proper preparation
There may be debates over whether he is Pakistan's greatest Test batsman, but Younis Khan wants to be remembered as a team man whose performances made his country proud
The Uttar Pradesh one-day squad for the Vijay Hazare Trophy includes former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin's son Mohammad Asaduddin
Victory in the Abu Dhabi Test may not be on the cards but Australia's batsman have the opportunity to show that they can adapt to slow conditions by learning from Younis Khan's innings
JP Duminy, who will lead South Africa for the first time in the T20 internationals against Australia, has said that the three-match series is a chance for players to stake claims for World Cup spots
Stats highlights from the second day of the second Test between Australia and Pakistan at Abu Dhabi
Sussex have completed a swoop for fast bowler Tymal Mills on a two-year deal following his Essex exit.
Sri Lanka arrive for an unexpected tour, lacking proper preparations and missing two key bowlers
Tymal Mills, the left-arm fast bowler seen as one of the most exciting young talents in England, has left Essex to join Sussex on a two-year contract.
Central Zone consolidated a 111-run lead on the back of half-centuries from Faiz Fazal and Jalaj Saxena
Two wickets apiece from Matt Henry and James McMillan, and economical bowling from the South Island spinners gave them a 15-run win against North Island in the Georgie Pie Super Smash exhibition match in Hamilton
Younus Khan became just the third Pakistan batsman to pass 8,000 Test runs on another run-laden day at Abu Dhabi.
Western Australia carried on their Matador Cup-winning form and confidence to roll Tasmania for 215 on the first day of their Sheffield Shield opener at the WACA Ground
Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq pushed Pakistan further into a position of absolute power over Australia on the second morning of the second Test in Abu Dhabi
South Australia fast bowler Chadd Sayers began the season with a top-order hat-trick but Queensland recovered through a maiden century from Nick Stevens
Australia's Test series went from bad to worse with the loss of wicketkeeper Brad Haddin to a shoulder injury on the second morning in Abu Dhabi
Scott Boland began the season with a career-best performance, his maiden five-wicket haul in first-class cricket restricting New South Wales on the opening day of the Sheffield Shield at the MCG
The top four Asian Associates - Nepal, Afghanistan, Hong Kong and UAE - are set to tour Sri Lanka after the SLC approved a request from the ACC development manager Bandula Warnapura