Cricket News sort by Joseph Charles Buttler

England went into the fifth and final one-dayer of the series against Sri Lanka on an unbeaten note, and ensured their record will not change

Having got themselves into some great ODI form courtesy a couple of thumping wins over Ireland, Sri Lanka headed into the opening match of the one-day series against England at Trent Bridge with renewed vigour.

Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders have two of the strongest batting line-ups in the competition, and they lived up to the hype, putting up exciting batting efforts in the clash at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Wednesday.

Ben Stokes bowled a brilliant last over as he defended 15 runs needed for Sri Lanka to win to put his team in the semi-finals, joining West Indies from Group 1. In what was an over full of unplayable yorkers

Just a few months back, England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler couldn’t get bat to ball. England selectors were pondering on whether they should give him a break, a softer way of saying ‘dropped’

There was a time in England cricket where Tests were all that mattered for the nation that invented the game. In spite of making three World Cup finals, two of them back-to-back, they never woke up to the potential of one-day cricket.

A contest featuring Pakistan mostly involves a sub-battle between their bowlers and the opposition batsmen. This is not to say that Pakistan lack batting talent, but their bowling prowess often stands out for they keep producing match-winning bowlers out of nowhere

England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler smashed a hundred off merely 46 balls in the fourth and final ODI between England and Pakistan at Dubai on Friday

Jos Buttler was supposed to be out of form. But, on Friday against Pakistan, he smashed one of the most sensational one-day hundreds as England upset Pakistan once again to claim the four-match ODI series by a comprehensive 3-1 margin