India v England: Virat Kohli & Murali Vijay centuries give hosts upper hand
Virat Kohli and Murali Vijay make centuries to help India establish a first-innings lead of 51 over England after three days of the fourth Test in Mumbai.
India v England: Alastair Cook & Trevor Bayliss need heads examined - Boycott
England "ought to have their heads examined" for selecting four seamers in the fourth Test against India, says Geoffrey Boycott.
Warner hits another ton as Australia thrash NZ
David Warner hits his seventh ODI century of the year as Australia sweep to a 3-0 series whitewash over New Zealand in Melbourne.
Umpire Reiffel to rest after blow to head
Umpire Paul Reiffel is replaced for England's fourth Test in India as he recovers from concussion after being hit on head by a stray throw.
Vernon Philander: Sussex sign South Africa all-rounder for spell in 2017
Sussex sign South Africa all-rounder Vernon Philander as an overseas player for the first half of the 2017 season.
Justin Langer to coach Australia in T20 series against Sri Lanka
Former Australia batsman Justin Langer will coach Australia in their three Twenty20 Internationals against Sri Lanka in February.
Leicestershire: Mark Cosgrove and Clint McKay confirmed as 2017 captains
Clink McKay is named Leicestershire limited-overs captain for 2017, with Mark Cosgrove continuing as four-day skipper.
Mal Loye: Derbyshire add former England one-day batsman to coaching staff
Former England international Mal Loye joins Derbyshire as their new development coach.
'When he got 96 the power went' - Jennings Sr misses son's big moment
Keaton Jennings' dad Ray says he missed his son's England debut century because of a power cut while watching in Mauritius.
Centurion Jennings thanks England for his opportunity
South Africa-born batsman Keaton Jennings thanks England after making a century on his Test debut against India.
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Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action
This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Joe Root: England must take India wickets early
Joe Root says England must take India’s final three wickets early on Sunday if they are to push for victory in the fourth Test.
India v England: Jos Buttler says visitors in good position after second day of fourth Test
Batsman Jos Buttler says England are still in a good position after India finished day two on 146-1, 254 runs behind the visitors.
Keaton Jennings: Debut Test century the best Christmas present
England's Keaton Jennings says scoring a century on his Test match debut is the "best Christmas present" as England reach 288-5 on the first day of the fourth Test against India in Mumbai.
Crossing Continents: Black Africans and cricket in South Africa
BBC Sport goes to South Africa to see what it's like for young Black African cricket hopefuls in the rainbow nation.
India v England: Haseem Hameed on Virat Kohli chat
England's teenage opener Haseeb Hameed on his conversation with Indian captain Virat Kohli after the third Test in Mohali in which the Lancashire right-hander scored an unbeaten 59 with a broken finger before leaving the tour to have surgery.
India v England - fourth Test: Great opportunity for Keaton Jennings - Alastair Cook
England captain Alastair Cook says it is a great opportunity for batsman Keaton Jennings to partner him as England face India in the fourth Test in Mumbai on Thursday.
England's Trevor Bayliss has no issue with return of Eoin Morgan & Alex Hales
England coach Trevor Bayliss says no consideration was given to leaving out Eoin Morgan or Alex Hales for the India ODIs, despite them missing the Bangladesh tour.
India v England: Joe Root says tourists will be hungry in final two Tests
Batsman Joe Root admits England have been "slightly off the boil" in the previous two matches against India.
Heather Knight column: England captain reflects on 'crazy year'
Heather Knight reflects on the year in which she became England captain, recalls how a hamstring injury turned her into a spinner, and prepares to pack her bags for Australia.
Has cricket changed since Hughes' death?
Has the tactical side of cricket changed following Phillip Hughes' death, or is it more the mental side of the game?
England's greatest Test captain: Who did you pick?
Find out who BBC Sport users voted as England's greatest Test captain - and who was the best of the rest.
Barbados at 50: From Sobers to Rihanna
As Barbados celebrates 50 years of independence here are some facts you may not know about the island.
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County ins & outs - signings, departures and rumours
With the 2016 county season over, keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours ahead of the 2017 campaign.
ICC Test, ODI and T20 rankings - teams, batsmen and bowlers
Official team and player rankings for men and women's Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches.