Global Cricket News for 21 Oct 2019
India are on the brink of a series whitewash after South Africa crumbled while following-on in the third Test in Ranchi.
Bangladesh's professional cricketers - including several members of the national squad - went on strike to call for better pay and benefits.
The Proteas are in their worst shape since readmission to the international game back in 1991, writes Lloyd Burnard.
Former Australian cricketer Andrew McDonald has been appointed as head coach of the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL), the franchise announced Monday.
Scotland's eventful T20 World Cup Qualifier campaign continued as they earned a nervy four-run win over Papua New Guinea in their third group game in Dubai.
Limited-overs captain Aaron Finch is battling to be fit for Australia's opening Twenty20 against Sri Lanka after picking up a side strain.
Afghanistan star Rashid Khan became the first player selected in The Hundred draft, but West Indies legend Chris Gayle wasn't selected for next year's tournament.
Ben Stokes says The Hundred will give players on the fringes of the England team "big-game exposure" that they can take into international cricket.