We're not so sure about this at all...
Roy Hodgson may have offended San Marino, but he's on to something about the England cricket team!
The Spaniard secures his return to La Liga, following a disappointing spell with Cardiff City.
It was the best of series, it was the worst of series.
Who-zat in my car? Oh, it's just former Zimbabwe cricket captain Brendan Taylor...
All-round excellence helped England’s women beat Australia by seven wickets and keep their Ashes hopes alive.
Michael Clarke will enjoy one last Test match as the Australia captain before retirement, and while sentimentality has not always been the Australian way, the circumstances of this tour make it understandable.
Alastair Cook has admitted that he had been considering resigning as England’s captain throughout the summer, revealing he decided to stay on the morning after regaining the Ashes last Sunday.
We've seen some great animal pitch invaders over the years, but this may top them all!
Alastair Cook may have played a more abject shot in his Test career than the one that resulted in his first-innings dismissal on Friday, but it is hard to think of one off-hand.
Unprecedented interest in the Big Bash League, Australia’s domestic Twenty20 cricket competition, has put it into the top 10 of the most watched sports leagues in the world, according to a report.
For Ian Bell, the beginning of the end came at the back end of the summer when he began to think about his future. It happens to all cricketers. The second even a scintilla of doubt creeps in, the edge inevitably goes.
Pundit is worried about Sheffield Wednesday's recent form.
After contentious decisions in this first Ashes test Amit Acharya looks at India's stance on the decision review system.
Bank holiday Monday. People’s Day at Lord’s, Dad and his lad for 20 quid. Ninety minutes before play and the queue for tickets already stretched three or four deep around two sides of the ground and up the Wellington Road to St John’s Wood tube station.
A 22nd Test century from Ian Bell helped England escape from a poor position on day one of the first Test against the West Indies in Antigua.
Australia will contest the Cricket World Cup final in Melbourne on Sunday, with one man’s form in particular having played a huge part in their successful run to the championship match.
Gary Ballance must’ve wondered if things could get any worse. After a World Cup in which he could scarcely buy a run and a first innings where he had scratched around for 10 off 46 balls, he had just contributed to the run-out of in-form Ian Bell.
Eoin Morgan had told England to reconnect with their best of their one-day performances over the past 12 months and, despite a top-order implosion from the bad old days, they delivered on the order with a thrilling tie in their series opener with Sri Lanka.
Chris Woakes says he can hold no grudge with Jonny Bairstow for a third missed chance off his bowling in the past six months given the amount of work the England wicketkeeper puts into improving his game behind the stumps.