A tense finale to the first Test in Durban saw Kusal Perera inspire a stunning turnaround as Sri Lanka defeated South Africa.
With their suspensions nearing conclusion, Michael Clarke is confident Steve Smith and David Warner can deliver again for Australia.
Another convincing ODI victory over Bangladesh pleased New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.
New Zealand cruised to victory over Bangladesh, wrapping up a one-day international series win.
Mark Wood can still scarcely believe how well he bowled in a devastating spell against West Indies.
An apparently straightforward South African Test victory took a turn on Friday as a dramatic collapse brought Sri Lanka into contention.
Dan Christian and Kane Richardson sent Melbourne Renegades to their first Big Bash League final, and a derby date with Melbourne Stars.
Shannon Gabriel apologised for comments made to Joe Root in the third Test, prompting Moeen Ali to back the use of stump mics.
The Kinrara Oval's uncertain future as the home of cricket in Malaysia has been settled, the Malaysian Youth and Sports Ministry announced on Friday.
Sri Lanka already appear to be staring at defeat in the first Test of the two-match series with South Africa after just two days.
Glenn Maxwell dazzled with 82 runs as Melbourne Stars leapfrogged Brisbane Heat into fourth position in Sunday's final regular-season game.
Ricky Ponting – who won three World Cups as a player – believes the return of Steve Smith and David Warner can lead Australia to glory.
Mark Wood was delighted after his first five-wicket Test haul put England on top against West Indies.
Australia paceman Pat Cummins said it felt "weird" to follow in the footsteps of Mitchell Johnson and win the Allan Border Medal.
Keemo Paul ensured West Indies started day three against England with a wicket, but three overs later he sustained a thigh injury.
New Zealand clinched a 2-1 Twenty20 series victory over India in Hamilton.
South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis says Sri Lanka can expect to come under immense pressure from the start of the Test series.
South Africa slumped to 235 all out on day one of the first Test against Sri Lanka, but Quinton de Kock's innings provided some consolation.
West Indies' hopes of whitewashing England were dealt a blow by Joe Root's brilliant century on day three of the third Test.