Smith excited at 'creating history'
Updated on 26 Nov, 9:46 am
Australia captain Steve Smith and New Zealand's Brendon McCullum say cricket's first day-night Test is exciting for the sport.
Australia release O'Keefe
Updated on 26 Nov, 6:39 am
Australia have decided against playing two spinners in this week's first-ever day-night Test against New Zealand and have released Steve O'Keefe from the squad.
How Hughes' death has changed cricket
Updated on 26 Nov, 12:01 am
Stuart Broad says players have not altered the way they compete since Phillip Hughes' death, but the game has changed in other ways.
Cook: Bell can come back
Updated on 25 Nov, 10:22 pm
England captain Alastair Cook is adamant that Ian Bell still has a future at Test level, despite having been left out of the squad for the upcoming tour of South Africa.
Can floodlights save Test cricket?
Updated on 25 Nov, 10:08 pm
Before one of Test history's biggest moments, BBC Sport looks at pink-ball cricket and hears from its supporters and critics.
Lloyd: Expect T20 fireworks
Updated on 25 Nov, 10:00 pm
England and Pakistan can each lay down a marker for next year's World Cup by winning their upcoming three-match Twenty20 series, says David Lloyd.
Morgan supports plan to scrap toss
Updated on 25 Nov, 6:16 pm
Eoin Morgan believes plans to scrap the toss before some county games could be beneficial to the national team.
Knights earn first Ram Slam win
Updated on 25 Nov, 5:48 pm
VKB Knights earned their first win of the Ram Slam T20 in South Africa, beating bizhub Highveld Lions by 29 runs.
Day-Night Test: Verdicts
Updated on 25 Nov, 5:26 pm
Ricky Ponting says the concept of day-night Test cricket goes against the history and traditions of the game.
Day-Night Test: Key questions
Updated on 25 Nov, 4:13 pm
The inaugural day-night Test begins on Friday when Australia take on New Zealand in Adelaide.
Morgan 'pushing boundaries'
Updated on 25 Nov, 4:04 pm
England limited overs captain Eoin Morgan says he will continue pressing his team to play a bold brand of cricket.
'Give day-night Tests a go'
Updated on 25 Nov, 1:10 pm
Test cricket isn't dying as a concept but it is true that certain venues around the world are struggling to attract fans and on that basis it's worth giving day-night Test cricket a go.
First for women umpires
Updated on 25 Nov, 12:39 pm
The International Cricket Council has appointed four female match officials for the first time ahead of the women's World Twenty20 Qualifier in Bangkok, which starts on Saturday.
Swann: Don't blame pitches
Updated on 25 Nov, 12:33 pm
Graeme Swann says domestic pitches are not to blame for an apparent lack of international-class English spinners.
Afridi: Saviour or showman?
Updated on 25 Nov, 12:22 pm
Love him or loathe him, Shahid Afridi fills stadiums and with the World T20 on the horizon, 'Boom Boom' is far from done just yet says Sajid Sadiq of www.pakpassion.net...