England opener Alastair Cook's final England innings ended when he was removed on 147 in the fifth Test against India at the Oval. 

Alastair Cook has been branded "mentally the toughest cricketer" in England's history by former captain Nasser Hussain after announcing his impending international retirement. 

Alastair Cook announced he will retire from international cricket following the conclusion of the fifth and final Test against India at the Oval. 

England's all-time leading Test run scorer Alastair Cook will retire from international cricket at the end of the series against India, the ECB has confirmed.

The 33-year-old has made 12,254 runs in the five-day format and is the only Englishman to have scored more than 9,000. 

England talisman James Anderson claimed his 26th five-wicket Test haul with a magnificent exhibition of swing bowling as India were skittled out for 107 on another rainy day at Lord's.

West Indies sealed a series victory in the second Test against Bangladesh despite a second-innings collapse on a day where 19 wickets fell. 

Jason Holder helped West Indies recover from a difficult morning session to maintain control of the second Test after bowling out Bangladesh for 149. 

Kraigg Brathwaite's century kept West Indies on track on the first day of the second Test against Bangladesh.

Jason Holder knows Bangladesh will be determined to bounce back from their miserable showing in Antigua in the second Test, but he remains confident West Indies can seal a series whitewash.

Shannon Gabriel claimed a five-wicket haul as West Indies thrashed Bangladesh by an innings and 219 runs on day three of the first Test in Antigua. 

Bangladesh collapsed for the second time in as many days to be left on the brink of a heavy defeat to West Indies in the first Test. 

nesh Chandimal has been named as captain for Sri Lanka's Test series against South Africa despite the fact that he may be unavailable due to suspension.

Kemar Roach's sensational spell put West Indies in total control against Bangladesh as the hosts dominated an eventful opening day to the first Test of the series. 

Players found guilty of ball tampering could face bans of six Test matches or 12 one-day internationals under new rules approved by the ICC on Monday. 

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