Cricket News sort by Team Squad

Gautam Gambhir will not tour the West Indies due to his injured shoulder, it was finally confirmed by the BCCI after Friday's selection committee meeting to pick the Test and ODI squad.

Sri Lanka have added all-rounder Farveez Maharoof to their Test squad ahead of the first match against England in Cardiff, which begins on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Hussain and Salahuddin have been named in the 'A' squad which will take on Afghanistan in three one-day games on 25th, 27th and 29th May. Sohail Tanvir will captain the side.

Ireland have included uncapped Strabane batsman Niall McDonnell in their 14-man squad to play Pakistan in two One-Day Internationals later this month.

Gautam Gambhir will lead a depleted Indian side to the limited-overs leg of the West Indies tour, with five first-choice players including Sachin Tendulkar and MS Dhoni either rested or injured.

India's first selection meeting after the World Cup triumph - to pick the side for the West Indies tour - promises to be an open affair, not least because at least three first-choice players are almost certain to miss the limited-overs leg.

Duncan Fletcher the newly-appointed India coach could fly down for the May 13 selection meeting to pick the India one-day squad for the West Indies tour 2011.

Pakistan have handed places in their Test squad to play the West Indies to wicket-keeper Mohammad Salman and all-rounder Hammad Azam.

The West Indies have named an unchanged 13-man squad for the third One-Day International in Barbados, keeping faith in the group of players that lost the fiirst two matches in a five-game series against Pakistan.