Cricket News sort by Alexander Daniel Hales

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.

Having won the first Test against South Africa comprehensively, England went into the New Year Test at Cape Town with their noses ahead. The Proteas are known to fight back hard from tough situations, and nothing different was expected of them at Newlands.

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

With the four-match one-day series tied 1-1, Pakistan and England would be keen to win the third match at Sharjah, which would at least ensure that they cannot lose the series from here

The 11th version of the ICC cricket World Cup takes place in Australia and New Zealand in 2015 and it promises to be the best and most competitive tournament ever.

We are now in the fifth edition of the ICC World T20 and only five hundreds have been scored till date. England’s Alex Hales scored the fifth one in the match against Sri Lanka on Thursday

England defeated Sri Lanka at Chittagong with opener Alex Hales scoring a stunning century. The Englishmen chased the stiff target of 190 with four balls to spare with 6 wickets in hand.

After the magnificent Aaron Finch show at The Rose Bowl, Australia went into the second T20 at Chester-le-Street high on confidence. However, T20 is such an unpredictable format that there are no favourites in any match.

England won the Second T20I against Australia at Durham to draw the 2-match T20I Series 1-1. The hosts won comfortably by 27 runs in a high-scoring contest at the Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street.