Cricket

The Ageas Bowl’s England v Australia ODI Sold Out After Huge Early Demand

The Ageas Bowl’s One-Day International between England and Australia on Tuesday 14th July 2020 is now sold out. In response to significant demand for tickets for recent international fixtures and following

The Hundred & New Balance team up ahead of new tournament launch

New Balance had been in the news over their complicated deal with Liverpool Football Club which saw the kit manufacturers fighting to keep their top client who were on the

Exploring cricket predictions and emerging trends

By Dr Masoumeh Izadi-Mercer Cricket as a professional sport has evolved over the years from the traditional five-day test matches to action-packed one-dayers and Twenty20s. This has led to the

Cricket attendances hit three million for first time

Key statistics A record-breaking 3.15 million people attended international and domestic cricket this summer. A total of 907,000 advance sales tickets were sold before Christmas 2018. More than 145,000 fans

Podcast: The views of our panellists as we discussed the future of cricket

Digital Sport was delighted to welcome Andy Muggleton, Owen Hughes, Fiona Staines, Chris Hurst and Stephen Lyle to our panel as they discussed the future of cricket after a summer

Where does cricket go from here? Meet the Head of Digital at the ECB, Fiona Staines

Profile Fiona has 10 years of digital marketing experience across multiple rights holders and joined the ECB in 2015 before taking up the role of Head of Digital. With a

Where does Cricket go from here? Meet our final panellist: BBC Lead Executive, Stephen Lyle

Tell us a little bit about yourself Stephen… I love most sports.  I gave just about everything a try as a youngster but played football and cricket to a decent

Where does cricket go from here? Meet our moderator: Chris Hurst

Our event, ‘Where Does Cricket Go From Here?’ looks to explore in more depth how the growth of the game will be impacted from the summer we’ve had, getting the

Where does cricket go from here? Meet our second panellist: The MCC’s Andy Muggleton

Less than a month till our big event at Lord’s and you don’t want to miss this one! Cricket is as topical as ever at the moment with the World

Where does cricket go from here? Introducing our first panellist: Owen Hughes

Less than a month till our big event at Lord’s and you don’t want to miss this one! Cricket is as topical as ever at the moment with the World