News - England Cricket
Glamorgan lost their last six wickets for just ten runs as Leicestershire pulled off an incredible victory in their Division Two Specsavers County Championship match at Grace Road
Kent beneficiary Darren Stevens hit an unbeaten century in what could transpire to be his final game for the county as the hosts posted 389 for 7 on the second day
Chris Nash and Luke Wells batted Sussex into a position of strength on the second day of their Specsavers' County Championship game against Gloucestershire at Bristol.
Glamorgan's seamers picked up Leicestershire's last eight second-innings wickets for just 85 runs to put the visitors in a strong position to go on and win their Division Two Specsavers County Championship match
James Anderson has admitted he may need to sit out some Tests this winter if he is to cope with England's demanding schedule