Cricket News sort by James Michael Anderson

It wasn't as ugly as the Monkeygate episode, but the James Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja affair is definitely an unwanted episode in cricket that could have been avoided with some common sense.

England demolished Team India inside three days for an innings and 244 runs to complete the 5-match Test Series 3-1.

England wrapped up the 4th Test at Old Trafford inside three days after crushing India by an innings and 54 runs.

England are sitting in the driver’s seat in the 4th Test at Manchester having bowled out India cheaply for 152. The hosts finished Day 1 at 113 for 3 in 35 overs with another 39 runs to score before they can build their first innings lead.

England put up a wonderful team effort to clinch the third Test at Southampton and thus square the five-match series 1-1. Here’s a look at the men who made England’s splendid comeback possible.

India crashed to a 266-run defeat in the Third Test at Southampton with just 10 minutes to go for the scheduled lunch break on the final day.

England are well set to win the Third Test at Southampton after reducing India to 323 for 8 during the crucial third day’s play.

It began on the eve of the second Test and Lord’s, and the controversy hasn’t died out even as the third Test at the Ageas Bowl gets underway. We are referring to the Ravindra Jadeja-James Anderson controversy.

The first Test at Lord's is being played against the shadow of the James Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja spat. According to Indians, the England fast bowler physically abused Jadeja,