• IPL MATCH 30: Uthappa and Gambhir send KKR top as they shrink the Supergiant

  • IPL BETTING PREVIEW: Make or break time for RCB and Gujarat Lions

  • IPL MATCH 29: The sun doesn’t rise in Bangalore as RCB on exit brink

  • IPL BETTING PREVIEW: RCBvSRH – Kohli’s glamour boys approaching last chance saloon against Sunrisers

  • IPL BETTING PREVIEW: GLvKXIP and KKRvRCB, Kohli and Co back on track

  • IPL BETTING PREVIEW: Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad the Saturday selections

  • IPL MATCH 23: KKR downed by Suresh Raina brilliance for Gujarat Lions

  • IPL MATCH 22: Jos Buttler smashes Mumbai Indians to fourth successive win

  • IPL BETTING PREVIEW: KKR v GL, Raina’s boys have a chance to halt Kolkata’s momentum

  • IPL BETTING PREVIEW: Kings XI Punjab v Mumbai Indians, Sharma’s boys to continue their roll

Cricket Australia change overseas player definition

The Cricket Australia (CA) Board endorsed changes to the definition of an Overseas Player for Australian domestic competitions at a meeting today. The changes are designed to allow Australian players who have dual passports to play in more than one (ICC full member) domestic competition.

We need third umpire on the field, suggests Trent Woodhill

Trent Woodhill, who recently had a short stint with the Pakistani team as its batting coach and served the New Zealand team as its assistant coach, has suggested the novel idea of having one more on-field umpire.

BADGER BLOG: The CPLt20 and Caribbean Integration‏

In the next of her Bajun Blogs from the beautiful island of Barbados, an evidently proud Dawn-Marie Layne looks at the effect the Caribbean Premier League t20 (CPLt20) tournament is having on cricket lovers in the West Indies.

Mohammad Asif comes clean on spot-fixing scandal

Mohammad Asif, the 30-year-old Pakistan fast bowler caught up in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal, has admitted his guilt for the first time and accepted a five-year ban.