EDGBASTON: England fast bowler Stuart Broad is expecting his side to rotate their pace options for the five-match test series against India, starting on Wednesday, and is ready for a possible omission. The 32-year-old, who returned from an ankle injury during a first-class match earlier this month, is one of several pacemen in contention, including James Anderson and the uncapped Jamie Porter, to face India in five test matches in six weeks. Broad believes that a number of factors, including the hectic schedule and…
Nottinghamshire: England leading pacer Stuart Broad is aiming to recover from an ankle injury in time to play domestic first-class cricket for his county Nottinghamshire later this month, days before the first test against India. The 32-year-old, who last played for England in the second test against Pakistan in June, sustained the injury against Worcestershire last week. Broad is eager to return for Nottinghamshire when they take on Surrey in the County Championship, starting on July 22. “I’ve had some injections…
Former England captain Michael Vaughan stepped up his spat with paceman Stuart Broad as rain prevented any play on the second morning of the second test against Pakistan at Headingley.
LONDON: England quick Stuart Broad has been fined by the International Cricket Council after posting a tweet questioning the first-innings dismissal of team-mate Alex Hales during the ongoing fourth Test against Pakistan, the global governing body said Saturday.
LONDON: England duo Alex Hales and Stuart Broad both ran the risk of disciplinary action following post-play tweets commenting on the opener's controversial dismissal in the fourth Test against Pakistan at The Oval on Thursday.
LONDON: England should have gambled on seamer James Anderson's fitness and included him in the squad for the first test against Pakistan at Lord's, paceman Stuart Broad has said.
LONDON: Assuming Mohammad Amir is given a UK visa after being selected in the country’s touring party, Stuart Broad does not think England will single him out for retribution.
LONDON: England all-rounder Ben Stokes will learn from his dreadful World Twenty20 experience and come back a stronger player, team mate Stuart Broad has said.