Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Sun 26 May 2024 England's Ashes hopes all but over after crumbling to woeful 67 Hosts England endured a terrible Day 2 at Headingley in the third Ashes Test as they folded up for 67 to all but put paid to their hopes of retaining the Ashes Kiwis bowled some amazing, unplayable balls: Bhuvneshwar After being completely outplayed at Hamilton, Bhuvneshwar Kumar on Thursday said that the embarrassing loss Mark Waugh disappointed with batsmen's failure on friendly Sydney surface Australia legend Mark Waugh expressed disappointed after the hosts put up yet another poor batting display on day three of the Sydney Test Bengaluru Test: Pujara backs team's batsmen despite failures India's batsmen have failed to cross 300 in a single innings during the series against Australia so far. But, Chennai ODI preview: India seek solution to batting woes Among the euphoria of Virender Sehwag's expected retirement, a struggling Team India would take on an inspired South Africa at Chennai, with both teams having plenty to play for. A win for South Africa would mean the series would be theirs with a game to go Ashes 2015: Unbelievably shambolic batting effort from Australia Shambolic. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Disastrous. Cricket pundits and critics would be running out of adjectives to describe Australia's batting effort (or the lack of it) on day one. How really does one describe a batting innings lasting less than 20 overs on the opening day of a crucial Ashes Test? Edgbaston Test: England's bowlers exposed Australia's 'weak' batting In the preview to the Edgbaston Test, it was clearly mentioned that Australia will not go into the match as favourites in spite of having thrashed England at Lord's. It has been that kind of a series for both sides South Africa's batting letting them down in Bangladesh Like India and Pakistan, South Africa were also shocked by Bangladesh in the one-day series. The frequency with which Bangladesh have been defeating Test sides at home, the time has come to stop using the term shocked when Bangladesh beat an opponent in one-dayers or T20s.