Fixtures & Results

Live Richards-Botham Trophy, 2024
2ndTest

England

416
(88.3)

West Indies

351-5
(84.0)
Live Sri Lanka Under-19 in England, 2 Youth Test Series, 2024
2ndYouthTest

England Under-19

477
(138.1)

Sri Lanka Under-19

153
(45.2)
246-7
(74.0)
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 123

Kent

108-1
(10.1)

Surrey

Yet to bat
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 124

Yorkshire

Yet to bat

Nottinghamshire

114-2
(11.4)
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 121

Sussex

Yet to bat

Middlesex

95-4
(10.4)
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 126

Derbyshire

87-5
(10.1)

Durham

Yet to bat
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 125

Warwickshire

109-1
(10.1)

Leicestershire

Yet to bat
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 120

Lancashire

94-3
(10.1)

Northamptonshire

Yet to bat
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 122

Hampshire

97-1
(12.0)

Essex

Yet to bat
Live Vitality Blast, 2024
Match 119

Glamorgan

123-0
(10.5)

Somerset

Yet to bat
Upcoming Major League Cricket, 2024
Match 17

Texas Super Kings

Washington Freedom

Upcoming Asia Cup Women's T20, 2024
Match 3

Malaysia Women

Thailand Women

Upcoming ICC CWC League 2, 2023-27
Match 3

Scotland

Namibia

Recent Asia Cup Women's T20, 2024
Match 2

India Women

109-3
(14.1)

Pakistan Women

108
(19.2)
Recent Asia Cup Women's T20, 2024
Match 1

United Arab Emirates Women

115-8
(20.0)

Nepal Women

118-4
(16.1)
Recent Major League Cricket, 2024
Match 16

MI New York

145-7
(20.0)

San Francisco Unicorns

148-7
(20.0)

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack

Don Bradman: Wisden Cricketer of the Year, 1931

<p class="drop-cap-intro"><a href="https://www.wisden.com/wisden-cricketers-almanack/legacy-don-bradman-gideon-haigh" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Don Bradman</strong></a> amassed 974 runs in a Test series, a world record that still stands, in the summer of 1930, and was named a Wisden Cricketer of the Year the next year. The article first appeared in the 1931 edition of the <a href="https://wisden.com/wisden-cricketers-almanack" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Wisden Cricketers&rsquo; Almanack</strong></a>. <iframe style="display: none;" title="Twitter settings iframe" src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets/widget_iframe.2f70fb173b9000da126c79afe2098f02.html?origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwafcms-wis.sportz.io" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe><iframe id="rufous-sandbox" style="position: absolute; visibility: hidden; display: none; width: 0px; height: 0px; padding: 0px; border: none;" title="Twitter analytics iframe" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe></p>

Almanack: Peer pressure – Learie Constantine and the Wisden Trophy

Harry Pearson&rsquo;s article on <a href="https://www.wisden.com/wisden-cricketers-almanack/learie-constantine-a-deep-thinker-an-electrifying-talent-almanack" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Learie Constantine</strong></a> appeared in the <a href="https://www.wisden.com/tag/wisden-almanack-2021" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>2021 edition of the Wisden Cricketers&rsquo; Almanack</strong></a>.

Brian Booth obituary: Test captain, Olympian, ‘true gentleman’

Brian Booth died on May 19, 2023, aged 89. He played made 1,773 runs at 42.21 in 29 Tests, led Australia twice, and was part of the field hockey squad at the 1956 Olympics. He was remembered in the 2024 Wisden Almanack. Subscribe to the Wisden Cricket YouTube channel for post-match analysis, player interviews, and much more.