England 'like a deer in headlights' in innings of 58
Head coach Trevor Bayliss says England's players were like "deer in headlights" as they were bowled out for 58 by New Zealand.
England bowled out for 58 in first session as NZ dominate
England are bowled out for 58 - their sixth lowest total - before New Zealand reach 175-3 on the first day of the opening Test in Auckland.
Ireland win would secure World Cup place
Ireland will qualify for the 2019 World Cup if they beat Afghanistan on Friday following a surprise defeat for hosts Zimbabwe.
England women to hone World T20 plans in series with India and Australia
England women will use the tri-series with India and Australia to hone their plans for the World T20, says captain Heather Knight.
Scots face uncertain future after World Cup blow
Scotland's players face an uncertain future on and off the field after missing out on the 2019 World Cup.
Women's Super League: Surrey Stars sign South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk
Surrey Stars sign South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk as an overseas player for the Women's Super League season.
Is cricket the hardest sport to win away from home?
Why is it so hard to win away from home in Test cricket? And how can these obstacles be overcome? BBC Sport investigates an age-old problem.
Steven Mullaney praises 'phenomenal' Matt Critchley as North beat South
Steven Mullaney praises "phenomenal" Matt Critchley after the Derbyshire all-rounder helps North beat South in Barbados.
Scotland 'denied chance to make scene at World Cup'
Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer criticises cricket's ruling body for cutting the World Cup to 10 teams after his players miss out.
Time to appreciate Pietersen's England achievements - Strauss
It is "definitely time to appreciate" Kevin Pietersen's achievements in an England shirt, says the team's director of cricket Andrew Strauss.
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Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage
This week's sport on the BBC includes New Zealand v England in the first Test, Gymnastics World Cup and the Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge.
World Cup Qualifier: Scotland miss out on 2019 World Cup after West Indies defeat
Watch highlights as Scotland's hopes of reaching the 2019 Cricket World Cup are over after rain in Harare halts their run-chase to send the West Indies through.
World Cup Qualifier: Did this controversial wicket cost Scotland a World Cup place?
Scotland's Richie Berrington is given out lbw to a ball that replays appear to show was heading down the leg side during their World Cup Qualifier game with West Indies.
World Cup Qualifier: West Indies v Scotland - Evin Lewis takes direct hit from team-mate
West Indies' Marlon Samuels clatters a drive into the back of team-mate Evin Lewis' leg during their World Cup Qualifier match against Scotland in Harare.
World Cup Qualifier: West Indies v Scotland - Chris Gayle out with first ball of match
Scotland bowler Safyaan Sharif claims the wicket of West Indies' Chris Gayle with the first ball of their World Cup Qualifier match in Harare.
Ben Stokes: England all-rounder 'three-in-one player' - Joe Root
England captain Joe Root says the two-Test series in New Zealand should be a "really good challenge" and describes the returning Ben Stokes as a "three-in-one" player.
Stuart Broad: England bowler "still hungry" for success
As England prepare to face New Zealand in the first Test in Auckland on Thursday, bowler Stuart Broad says he still has the "hunger" to play at the highest level.
World Cup Qualifier: Ireland's Balbirnie hits century in win over Scotland
Watch highlights as Ireland keep their chances of making the 2019 World Cup alive by defeating in-form Scotland by 25 runs in Harare.
Kevin Pietersen: An idiosyncratic genius who could be both divisive and dazzling
There have been players more reliable and better liked by team-mates than Kevin Pietersen but, says Tom Fordyce, very few have dazzled and dominated as he did.
Heather Knight on what's next for women's cricket
After 2017's successes, trophies and honours, England captain Heather Knight discusses how women's cricket can progress further - and looks ahead to the tour of India.
Inside the mind of Ganguly - India's 'greatest' captain?
Sourav Ganguly's memoir is not as explosive as his captaincy but has enough to satisfy fans.
Jofra Archer: Why has an IPL team just paid £800,000 for a little-known cricketer?
Who is 22-year-old sensation Jofra Archer, the latest big-money IPL signing, and when could he be eligible to play for England?
Future tour dates
Details of forthcoming international cricket tours for which fixtures have been announced.
County ins & outs - signings, departures and rumours
With the 2017 county season over keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours ahead of the 2018 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.