England bowler Jofra Archer has condemned racist abuse on social media after posting messages he has received.
Jofra Archer’s hopes of featuring in this year’s Indian Premier League appear to be over after the England and Wales Cricket Board issued an update on the paceman’s recovery from an elbow injury.
Jofra Archer feels he is progressing well from an elbow injury that ruled him out of England’s tour of Sri Lanka and has his “fingers crossed” about featuring in this year’s Indian Premier League.
Saqib Mahmood believes Jofra Archer and Mark Wood have “raised the bar” for English pace bowlers as he attempts to inject some speed into the tour of Sri Lanka.
England paceman Jofra Archer has signed a two-year contract extension at Sussex which will keep him at the club until at least the end of the 2022 season.
Jofra Archer’s injury lay-off could be a blessing in disguise for England, according to the fast bowler’s Sussex team-mate Luke Wright.
Chris Silverwood admits England’s coaching staff must be “smart” with how they handle the likes of Jofra Archer so they have a coterie of fast bowlers capable of matching Australia’s firepower in the next Ashes.
England Test captain Joe Root defended his use of Jofra Archer after the paceman was ruled out for around three months with a low-grade stress fracture of his right elbow.
Eoin Morgan believes Jofra Archer’s three-month injury lay-off may be a blessing in disguise, allowing the paceman to reset himself after a difficult first winter on England duty.
Eoin Morgan reasoned that giving international exposure to youngsters who could represent England for the next decade is more of a priority than how they fare in the one-day series against South Africa.
England paceman Jofra Archer has been ruled out of next month’s two-Test series in Sri Lanka as well as the Indian Premier League because of the right elbow injury that blighted his tour of South Africa.
England bowler Jofra Archer will miss the forthcoming Test tour of Sri Lanka, plus the Indian Premier League season, due to a stress fracture in his right elbow, the England and Wales Cricket Board has announced.
Chris Jordan knows he needs to make the most of his unexpected opportunity in England’s one-day side if he is to fulfil his wish to play alongside good friend Jofra Archer on a regular basis.
England’s gamechanger Mark Wood admitted he was not even in line to play the fourth Test against South Africa until he woke up raring to go on the morning of the match.
Zak Crawley and Dom Sibley became the first England openers to post a century stand in over three years but South Africa fought back to leave the fourth Test in the balance after day one in Johannesburg.
Joe Root has teased “a relentless barrage of pace” as he looks to complete his finest hour as England captain with a third straight win over South Africa.
Graham Thorpe remembers Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg as one of the most intimidating grounds he played at but England are hoping they can make South Africa feel the heat if both Jofra Archer and Mark Wood are passed fit for the fourth Test.
Jofra Archer stepped up his bid for a place in the final Test against South Africa, turning in a sustained spell of fiery fast bowling in the nets.
England are eyeing all-out pace in the final Test against South Africa and will give Jofra Archer every chance to prove he is ready to join Mark Wood for the decider in Johannesburg.
England are set to unleash Mark Wood in the third Test against South Africa, with Jofra Archer unable to prove his match fitness.
Captain Joe Root will keep a close eye on the fitness of Mark Wood and Jofra Archer in England’s final practice session before the third Test against South Africa.
A 28-year-old man who admitted racially abusing England bowler Jofra Archer in November has been banned from attending international and domestic games in New Zealand for two years.
Mark Wood has stepped up his bid to prove he is the man to provide England with the “X factor” they are looking for in the third Test against South Africa.
England slumped to an underwhelming 262 for nine on day one of the second Test against South Africa, another disappointing entry in a tour that is lurching from bad to worse.
England’s batsmen were fighting for a foothold on day one of the second Test in Cape Town, with Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope at the crease on 149 for four at tea.
England reached 67 for two by lunch on day one of the second Test against South Africa as they attempted to reset the tone of the tour in Cape Town.
England had more bad news on the morning of the second Test against South Africa, with paceman Jofra Archer ruled out due to an elbow injury.
England’s troubled tour of South Africa hit a new low on the eve of the second Test in Cape Town, with batsman Rory Burns ruled out for the remainder of the series with an ankle injury sustained while playing football.
England’s troubled tour of South Africa threatened to take a fresh turn for the worse on Thursday, with Jofra Archer looking certain to miss the second Test with an elbow injury and Rory Burns limping out of the team’s football warm-up.
England are awaiting scan results on Jofra Archer’s right elbow but the paceman looks increasingly unlikely to feature in Friday’s second Test against South Africa in Cape Town.