BBC Cricket News
- Ex-New Zealand players investigated
New Zealand Cricket confirms a "small number" of its former players are being investigated after allegations of fixing.
- End over-the-top Ashes rivalry - Cook
England captain Alastair Cook urges both sides to improve their conduct in Adelaide after it went "over the top" in the Ashes opener.
- Scots learn World Cup qualifier group
Scotland will take on United Arab Emirates, Canada, Hong Kong and Nepal in Group A of the 2015 World Cup qualifier.
- England Test return excites Bresnan
Tim Bresnan is excited to be back in England's squad for the second Ashes Test on Thursday after recovering from injury.
- Cook & Anderson on ICC shortlist
England captain Alastair Cook and fast bowler James Anderson are on a six-man shortlist for the ICC Cricketer of the Year award.
- Gooch hints Root will bat at three
England batting coach Graham Gooch hints Joe Root will take Jonathan Trott's place at three for the second Ashes Test.
- Panesar announcer denies racism
The announcer stood down by Cricket Australia for mocking England spinner Monty Panesar denies making a racial slur.
- Tomlinson signs new Hants deal
James Tomlinson signs a one-year contract extension which keeps him at Hampshire until the end of the 2015 season.
- New Yorkshire deals for young stars
Yorkshire hand England Under-19 stars Will Rhodes, Ben Coad, Jonathan Tattersall and Oliver Robinson new contracts.
- Sledging is a skill, says Anderson
James Anderson says sledging is a skill and a key factor in him becoming one of England's leading bowlers.