Cricket News sort by Alexander Daniel Hales

England trashed New Zealand by 10 wickets with as many as 44 balls to spare in the Third and Final T20I at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington. The tourists with that clinched the 3-match series 2-1.

England squared the two-match T20 series at Mumbai with a stellar performance with the bat. With the visitors chasing a sizeable target of 178, India would have fancied their chances, but an atrocious bowling performance from the Indians barring the dependable Yuvraj Singh...

India coasted to a five-wicket win in the first T20I at the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium in Pune. Yuvraj Singh who made a significant contribution taking 3 for 19 with the ball shone with the bat as well to score a match turning 38 from 21 balls to set up an easy victory for the hosts.

West Indies through some great fielding performances downed England by 15 runs at Pallekele. England rocked back by a double wicket maiden from Ravi Rampaul took some time to gain any momentum in its run chase of 180 from 20 overs.

In a thrilling encounter at the Nondescripts Cricket Club Ground in Colombo, England defeated arch rivals Australia by a narrow margin of 9 runs.

Starting today, we will run at four-part series that will focus on 20 players we believe you should watch out for during the World T20 event, which kicks off in Sri Lanka from September 18. Presenting Part I

England won the Only T20I against West Indies at Trent Bridge, Nottingham by 7 wickets with two balls to spare. Opener Alex Hales was the hero of the match for the hosts but unfortunately was dismissed one short of a maiden international century.