Australia batsman David Warner hopes Jonathan Trott can recover from his anxiety issues and return to cricket at the top level.
Kevin Pietersen's former team-mates continue to offer contrasting testimony about the help, or otherwise, he has given them.
ECB managing director Paul Downton has confirmed that Kevin Pietersen will not be recalled to the England set-up.
Peter Moores has been named as the new England head coach, the the ECB have confirmed.
Stricken England batsman Jonathan Trott has been told the door is always open for advice and support by Marcus Trescothick.
Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal, widely regarded as the world's best off-spinner, says that life is becoming increasingly tough for bowlers in limited-overs cricket.
England batsman Jonathan Trott has confirmed he is stepping away from competitive cricket for a second time due to a stress-related illness.
Ed Joyce duly saw Sussex through to their first county championship victory over Warwickshire at Edgbaston in more than 30 years.
England captain Alastair Cook has admitted the team's recent struggles mean there are "quite a few places up for grabs".
Mitchell Johnson may quit limited-overs cricket to prolong his test career with an eye on the 2015 Ashes series in England.
Andrew Flintoff may be about to return to his roots this summer, by turning out for his old club side St Annes.
Newly-promoted Northamptonshire gave reigning champions Durham plenty of food for thought on day one of their County Championship clash.
Australia opener Chris Rogers has suggested that "in an ideal world" he would retire after next year's Ashes series in England.
Banned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir will not be eligible for next year's World Cup even if he returns early to cricket.
An inaugural England-Ireland Test match at Lord's has become a foreseeable reality.
James Anderson believes this winter's Ashes flops must take the responsibility of leading England into their new era.