Cricket News sort by Andrew John Strauss

Former England captain Andrew Strauss had finally opened up about the Kevin Pietersen controversy during his reign as skipper that eventually led to the sacking of the latter. After earning a recall, Pietersen was dropped on disciplinary grounds after England, later led by Alastair Cook, were thrashed 5-0 in 2013-14 Ashes, never to play for the country again.

Andrew Strauss will be taking a forced break from his role as director of cricket role with England to be with his wife during her cancer treatment

Andrew Strauss has admitted England are still unsure of their starting eleven although there is just over a month to go for the Ashes.

It's official and, not for the first time, that Kevin Pietersen has been told he has no future with England cricket.

Ricky Ponting’s decision to quit from the game after the Perth Test did not come as surprise to anybody, but it did add to the long list of veterans who bid good bye to the game this year.

One could sense it coming -- no, not because of the whole unwanted Kevin Pietersen saga, but because of the lack of enjoyment that had crept into Andrew Strauss’ game.

England Test Captain Andrew Strauss has surprised the cricketing world by announcing his retirement from professional cricket with immediate effect. The ECB has announced that Strauss’ fellow opener Alastair Cook will take over from him as England’s new Test Captain.

The riveting Test series between England and South Africa began with Graeme Smith completing a century of Tests, and ends with his English counterpart, Andrew Strauss doing the same.

The third and crucial Test between England and South Africa at Lord’s is just a couple of days away. However, instead of preparing for the big game, all the focus in English cricket is right now centred on the man named Kevin Pietersen.