India host England for the fourth Test of the series at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, with day one beginning on Thursday. Follow all the action as it happens with Sportsmail's JAMES DUTTON. MailOnline
Cricketers could be 'red-carded' by umpires and ejected from the ground for the duration of a match from next October after the sport's lawmakers recommended on-field sanctions to.. Source: Sports Video Online -
Things between the Royal Family's Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle are heating up as the Prince just traveled over 2,000km to make sure he got some alone time with his girlfriend. Prince Harry.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
"Iconic cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday had a radical suggestion to improve the standard of cricket in India with the introduction of two different balls and two pitches in the same match.. Source: nnis Sports English -
"In cricket luck plays an important role along with hard work. Every cricketer, who plays the game at the First-Class level dreams of playing for the country one day.
While David Warner got to.. Source: nnis Sports English -
Eoin Morgan returns to captain England in both the One Day International and Twenty20 series with India after opting out of the Bangladesh part of the tour due to security fears. Source: nnis Sports English -
Essex County Cricket Club have announced another impressive signing for the 2017 season with the capture of New Zealand international bowler Neil Wagner.The 30-year-old will join the club during.. Essex Chronicle Also reported by •Brentwood Gazette
With more than half of the five-match Test series between India and England already over, it is time that we move on to Mumbai for the fourth and the penultimate test match of the series. India lead.. Fab Newz
A HOMECOMING memorial service will be held in Mumbles next week for one of the finest cricketers in Glamorgan's history. All-rounder Jim Pressdee died at the age of 83 in July in Johannesburg, where he.. Llanelli Star Also reported by •South Wales Evening Post •Carmarthen Journal
Cricketing authorities are set to clamp down on the dominance of batsmen over bowlers by limiting bat sizes for the first ever time.
A raft of changes is set to be introduced next year following.. City A.M.
The MCC, custodian of the laws, will receive a recommendation from its world cricket committee to permit umpires to send off a player in the most extreme cases of on-field breaches of discipline. MailOnline