The wicketkeeper of the England Cricket team, Jos Buttler, has admitted that Kevin Pietersen’s exit is a huge loss for England cricket, but, at the same time, he has also said that people need to move on from that controversy now.
Many English cricket lovers are still having a debate on Pietersen’s axe. Some think that it was a foolish decision by ECB, while, some think that it might prove to be blessing in disguise.

According to Buttler, there is no point debating now as the decision has already been taken and it can’t be reversed.


The painful tour of Australia is finally over for England. They lost the final T20 match too by a huge margin.

England played a total of 13 international games on the tour out of which they lost 12. These numbers are enough to suggest how much humiliation the Poms suffered during their time down under.

When they had taken the flight to Australia, they would have been expecting themselves to bring all the three trophies home, but, right from the time the first ball got delivered in that Brisbane test match, nothing went right for them.


The England cricket team might have lost the Adelaide test match by a big margin, but, there are some positives to take out for them from that match. One of those positives is the way Joe Root batted in the second innings.

The last few weeks haven’t been easy for the 21 years old Yorkshire player. He had gone to Australia thinking that he would open at least in the first couple of test matches. But, that didn’t happen. He was demoted in the batting order in the first test match and was asked to bat at no. 6.


The England cricket team will take on Australia in the first match of the 2-match T20 series at Ageas Bowl on Thursday.

This is only the second time that England is going to face the Kangaroos in the shortest format of the game on home soil.

Stuart Broad is back to captain the England T20 side after not featuring in the home series against New Zealand before the Champions Trophy, and is being touted by bet australia as the main England hope.


The coach of the England test team, Andy Flower, has hailed Stuart Broad for his wonderful bowling spell on the fourth day of the 4th Ashes test match which was played at Durham.

Broad dismissed 6 Aussie batsmen in his spell after tea and helped his team bundle Australia out for just 224 runs to seal the series.

Broad bowled some great deliveries in that spell. The one that he bowled to dismiss Michael Clarke was just unplayable. It drifted in and then, moved away to knock the stumps over. Clarke was completely bamboozled.

England v New Zealand 2013

The England cricket team will be embarking on a tour of New Zealand next month – the first such visit to the country since 2008 – and will be playing a series of Test matches, Twenty20 internationals and one-day internationals during the tour, offering a feast for both cricket fans and those who enjoy betting on the game with sports betting sites. As of yet there is not much information available at these sites about the odds being offered for the tour, but it is only a matter of time before such information becomes available.


The England cricket team was dismissed for just 232 runs in their first innings on the second day of the first test match against New Zealand which is being played at Lord’s.
At the end of the first day, the score of England was 160 for the loss of 4 wickets. The two not out batsmen at the crease were Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow.


The fast bowler of the England cricket team, Stuart Meaker, has expressed his delight over the fact that he will be playing under two great captains i.e. Graeme Smith and Ricky Ponting at Surrey in the ongoing County season.

Smith has already joined the Surrey squad and he will be leading the side in their first game this season against Somerset.

Smith will go to play for South Africa in the Champions Trophy in June and in his absence, Ponting will join the Surrey squad.


The opening batsman of the England test team, Nick Compton, has said that he is relieved after scoring a hundred in England’s second innings of the first test match against New Zealand.

In the first innings of that match, Compton had got out without scoring any run. He had not scored too many runs in the test series against India as well. So, he was under tremendous pressure when he came out to bat in the second innings. But, Compton kept his cool and delivered under pressure.