Cricket News sort by Benjamin Andrew Stokes

England captain Ben Stokes on Monday, February 26, admitted that India were the better side under the conditions and deserved winners. He also did not raise any complaints about the wickets, conceding that India won the series fair and square.

England captain Ben Stokes downplayed the occasion of featuring in his landmark 100th Test and said that he was look forward to the ‘theatre’ of playing against India in India

England captain Ben Stokes raised questions over the DRS decision that gave Zak Crawley out lbw to Kuldeep Yadav. He, however, admitted that the dismissal cannot be blamed for England’s defeat in the second Test in Visakhapatnam.

England captain Ben Stokes rated his team’s 28-run win over India in the first Test in Hyderabad on Sunday, January 28 as the greatest triumph under his captaincy tenure till now.

Indian captain Rohit Sharma and his England counterpart Ben Stokes offered their support to young England off-spinner Shoaib Bashir after his arrival in India was delayed due to visa issues. While Rohit said that he feels for the youngster, Stokes admitted that it was frustrating not to have him with the squad.

England captain Ben Stokes admitted that the weather-enforced draw in the fourth Ashes 2023 Test at Old Trafford in Manchester is a tough to take. He, however, added that it’s a part and parcel of the game, stating that they will now look to finish on a high in the last Test at the Kennington Oval in London.

England captain Ben Stokes reckons that a rain-affected fourth Test match of Ashes 2023 at Old Trafford in Manchester will aid the hosts. According to Stokes, if weather shortens the game, it will suit England more because they know what they need to do.

England will be going in with an all-pace attack for the second Ashes 2023 Test, which begins at the iconic Lord’s in London on Wednesday, June 28. While off-spinner Moeen Ali, who struggled with a blistered finger at Edgbaston has been dropped, he has not been replaced by a slow bowler.

Experienced England all-rounder Ben Stokes, who announced his retirement from one-day cricket on Monday (July 18), has lamented that the jam-packed schedule is taking a toll on cricketers. He stated that players are not cars that can be filled up with petrol.