England seamer James Anderson will be sent for scans on a side injury after struggling through the fifth-day win over South Africa.
England will attempt to dramatically shift the momentum of the Boxing Day Test on day three against South Africa, when Jofra Archer will find himself under scrutiny after a beamer row.
Jofra Archer finds himself in the middle of a beamer row after South Africa’s Vernon Philander hinted that the England seamer should have been removed from the attack on day two of the Boxing Day Test.
Dom Sibley knows as well as anyone to take warm-up performances with a pinch of salt but the opener is hoping his half-century on day one of England’s tour of South Africa is a sign of things to come.
Joe Root has been left out of England Twenty20 squad for the tour of South Africa, despite a number of other 50-over stars earning recalls.
England captain Joe Root is convinced Jofra Archer’s career remains on an upward trajectory despite a challenging time for the paceman in the two-Test series against New Zealand.
England’s hopes of snatching an unlikely series-levelling victory over New Zealand receded drastically after failing to prise apart Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor on the final morning.
Joe Root resolved to bat through the entire third day of the second Test against New Zealand as the England captain temporarily silenced his detractors with a resolute century at Hamilton.
Rory Burns was out shortly after bringing up his second Test hundred as England steadily accumulated on day three against New Zealand at Hamilton.
Stuart Broad took four wickets for 73 runs as New Zealand unravelled after tea but England lost Dom Sibley and Joe Denly late on day two of the second Test at Hamilton.
New Zealand unravelled after half-centuries from Daryl Mitchell and BJ Watling on day two of the second Test against England at Hamilton.