Global Cricket News for 11 Sep 2019
Somerset enjoyed an excellent day with bat and ball to take command of their Specsavers County Championship Division One match against Yorkshire at Taunton.
Proteas batsman Rassie van Dussen believes that Quinton de Kock will thrive in his new role as captain.
Tim Paine has vowed there will be no let-up from Australia, calling the Oval Test their "grand final" as they look to win the Ashes outright.
Skipper Joe Root has dismissed suggestions that captaincy is affecting his batting ahead of England's bid to level the Ashes series at the Kia Oval.
Jason Roy has been dropped by England and Ben Stokes will play as a specialist batsman in the final Ashes Test against Australia at The Oval.
Former Proteas fast bowler Allan Donald has been appointed by the Free State Cricket Union as a consultant for all teams for the duration of October.
David Gower discusses his time in charge of England on the latest episode of Captain's Log, including the time he hightailed from a press conference to attend the theatre.
Chris Gayle smashed his 22nd T20 century but ended up on the losing side as batting records tumbled in a Caribbean Premier League six-fest in Basseterre.