March 7 2014 Latest news:
Back when the Andy Flower regime could do no wrong, it delivered England’s first and only global trophy.
The fifth edition of the World Twenty20 will begin in Bangladesh later this month. There have been four different winners so far, and while the tournament is only seven years old, the shortest format has produced plenty of memorable moments.
There is little prospect of England regaining their ICC World Twenty20 crown in Bangladesh.
England batsman Joe Root has been forced to return home from the West Indies with a broken thumb - but he has not yet been ruled out of the upcoming World Twenty20.
Moeen Ali is targeting a place among the England players heading to the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh after a thumb injury put Joe Root’s participation in doubt.
Former England spinner Graeme Swann has backed Ashley Giles as the man to lead England back to the top of world cricket.
Stephen Parry has, in many ways, taken the less-travelled route to an England debut.
South Africa captain Graeme Smith described it as the toughest decision of his life to bring the curtain down on his international career after almost 350 appearances for his country.
Andy Flower’s future role with England has been revealed after he was named the England and Wales Cricket Board’s technical director of elite coaching.
Stuart Broad saw signs of major encouragement for England’s immediate and long-term future in their nervy three-wicket win to level the one-day international series against West Indies.