Human pharmaceuticals change cricket personality
Crickets that are exposed to human drugs that alter serotonin levels in the brain are less active and less aggressive than crickets that have had no drug exposure, according to a new study led by researchers from Linköping University. The findings have ...
Fast bowling 'fan' Steyn ponders future
"I'd love to make a joke right now and say 'make me a bowling coach'," Steyn told cricket.com.au when made aware of Doggett's admiration. "But I'm a fan of fast bowling, and I go through phases myself where I draw inspiration from other fast bowlers.
MSL opening weekend: Quality of cricket ticks the boxes
Cape Town - Four matches took place in three days and crowd numbers varied significantly at the different venues, but there was an overall feeling of 'job done' from a Cricket South Africa (CSA) point of view at the end of the opening weekend of the ...
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Sri Lanka v England: Stuart Broad and Jonny Bairstow reaction to being dropped 'fantastic'
The reaction of Stuart Broad and Jonny Bairstow to being dropped in Sri Lanka has been praised by England coach Trevor Bayliss. Broad is England's second most successful bowler in Test cricket, with 433 wickets in 123 matches. Wicketkeeper-batsman ...
Live Cricket Score, Sri Lanka vs England, 2nd Test, Pallekele
Novak Djokovic Thinks He's Found a 'Strong Candidate' for the England Cricket Team
Live cricket score - Sri Lanka vs England, 2nd Test, Day 5
Cricket: India prepared for extra pace and bounce in Australia, says Rohit
FILE PHOTO: India's Rohit Sharma in action FILE PHOTO: Cricket - England v India - First One Day International - Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Britain - July 12, 2018. India's Rohit Sharma in action. Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra/File Photo.
India vs Australia: Top five T20I scores in Australia
Aussies wary of rampaging Rohit
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Live Cricket Score: Pakistan vs New Zealand, 1st Test, Day 4
Live Cricket Score: Pakistan vs New Zealand, 1st Test, Day 4. Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Mon, 19 Nov, 2018, 06:36 PM. Live Score Updates. Pakistan 227, 171-all out (58.4 Ovs). Mohammad Abbas 0 (10). New Zealand 249 & 153. Ajaz Patel 23.4-4-59-5.
Pakistan v New Zealand: Ajaz Patel takes five wickets as tourists win first Test by four runs
The fifth-narrowest win in Test cricket
Dramatic win a "good advertisement" for Test cricket, says Williamson
Trio to learn fate as Cricket Australia weighs up ball tampering bans
Banned Australian cricketers Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are set to learn if the sanctions meted out for their roles in the ball tampering scandal are to be altered, with Cricket Australia's board to meet early this week to determine ...
Cricket Australia to reconsider Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft bans
Decision on banned trio to come this week
Cricket Australia considering staggered option to reduce bans of fallen trio
Sublime Marsh leads WA to stunning win
"It's outstanding for us. We have played some really good cricket but I don't think we were at our best this game. "So that is a positive, we have got some really big improvement ... but to get a win was great for this young group." Wonderful Worrall ...
Sheffield Shield: Marsh brothers state their case as aspirants suffer mixed fates
Cricket: Shaun Marsh hits Shield 163 in WA comeback win
WWT20: Windies vs England recap
... heading into the last match of this round, and the Windies have brushed aside all three of their opponents to make a strong start to defending their title. The action is about to get underway live on Sky Sports Cricket, with the all-important coin ...
It is quality of cricket rather than sledging that wins matches: Ravi Shastri on new Aussie approach
"They play hard and the sporting public appreciates good, tough cricket. It doesn't matter which side wins and as long as I have been coming to Australia. I have seen people love it, whether it's media, people at the ground or those watching on ...
Shastri issues Kohli warning to Australia
India vs Australia: It is quality of cricket rather than sledging that wins matches, says Ravi Shastri
India coach Ravi Shastri: 'We will be taking no prisoners'