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Jos Buttler has been an England regular for only two years, but he has seen enough to know fortunes can quickly change. He says that can happen for Eoin Morgan's men at the World Cup.
As England prepare to face Bangladesh at the World Cup, ecb.co.uk looks back to the two sides' meeting in the 2007 competition.
Holly Colvin will return to play for Sussex women this season after taking a break from the game.
Sri Lanka have called up Seekkuge Prasanna to replace the injured Dimuth Karunaratne in their World Cup squad.
ecb.co.uk once more recalls a classic England World Cup match, Andrew Strauss' side somehow defending 171 after South Africa were 63 for none. We also have free highlights.
Lancashire have secured one of the major signatures for this season by capturing ferocious Australia paceman Peter Siddle for its first four months.
Former Gloucestershire and Australia all-rounder Ian Harvey has been appointed as the county side's assistant head coach.
Kyle Coetzer’s superb 156 could not prevent Scotland losing to Bangladesh and being eliminated from the World Cup with two Pool A games still to play.
England Learning Disability coach Derek Morgan believes the upcoming tour of Australia will prove to be a valuable experience for a "really motivated" squad.
New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott has signed up to be Leicestershire Foxes' second overseas player in this year’s NatWest T20 Blast.
Ben Brown and Harry Finch have signed one-year contract extensions at Sussex.
Young pacemen Will Davis and Harry White have signed incremental contracts with Derbyshire for the 2015 season.
ecb.co.uk again recalls a classic England World Cup match of the past, Andrew Strauss' sensational hundred matching that of Sachin Tendulkar. We also have free highlights.
England women's captain Charlotte Edwards has been nominated for Sky Sports' Sportswoman of the Month award for February.
Somerset have signed big-hitting New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson for the second half of this season's NatWest T20 Blast.
Notts Outlaws have secured the services of West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy for part of this year's NatWest T20 Blast campaign.
Gloucestershire have signed Australian batsman Peter Handscomb as their second overseas player for the coming season.
Australia produced both the highest total and winning margin in World Cup history as they swatted aside minnows Afghanistan in Pool A.
Pakistan boosted their chances of reaching the World Cup quarter-finals with victory over United Arab Emirates by 129 runs at McLean Park in Napier.
Sussex have become the latest women’s county to make a high-profile overseas signing for this season. The south-coast club have secured the services of Australia’s Erin Osborne.