Dan Lawrence ended the opening day of the second Test on 67 not out. Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA

Second Test day one: England 258-7 off 90 overs (R Burns 81, D Lawrence 67*, A Patel 2-34, T Boult 2-60). England won the toss and chose to bat. On a(...)

Pakistan batsman Babar Azam  hits out watched on by England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler during day one of the first Test at  Old Trafford  in Manchester. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images for ECB

Day 1 of 5: Pakistan 139-2 (Babar Azam 69no) v England There was not much play at Old Trafford but there was enough to alarm, delight and tantalise –(...)

 BJ Watling of New Zealand bats during day four of the first Test match against  England at Bay Ova in Mount Maunganui. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images

Day 4 of 5: England 353 (B Stokes 91, J Denly 74, R Burns 52; T Southee 4-88) & 55-3 trail New Zealand 615-9 dec (BJ Watling 205, M Santner 126, C(...)

Kane Williamson’s fine 106* helped New Zealand past South Africa. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty

New Zealand 245-6 off 48.3 overs (K Williamson 106*, C de Grandhomme 60, C Morris 3-49) beat South Africa 245-6 off 49 overs (H van der Hussen 67, H A(...)

India’s  Cheteshwar Pujara  celebrates his century with team-mate Virat Kohli applauding on day two of the third Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Hamish Blair/EPA

3rd Test – Day 2: India 443-7 dec (C Pujara 106, V Kohli 82, M Agarwal 76, R pant 39, A Rahane 34; P Cummins 3-72, M Starc 2-87) lead Australia 8-0 by(...)

Australia’s batsman David Warner celebrates his century against New Zealand in Canberra. Photograph: Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images

Dave Warner smashed a sixth one-day international century of the year to drive Australia to a convincing 116-run victory over New Zealand as the hosts(...)

England’s captain Eoin Morgan dives to take a catch to dismiss New Zealand’s Ross Taylor in the  World Twenty20  semi-final at the Feroz Shah Kotla cricket ground  in New Delhi . Photograph:  Adnan Abidi/Reuters

England are on their way to the World Twenty20 final after Jason Roy’s career-best knock and more brilliant death bowling overwhelmed New Zealand. Th(...)

England’s Jos Butler (right) and James Anderson stand dejected after losing the 2nd test to New Zealand, during day five of the Investec Second Test at Headingley. Photo: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

England descended with barely a whimper to a 199-run defeat at Headingley as New Zealand bowled them out on the final day of the second Test to earn a(...)