Stuart Broad celebrating his five-wicket haul against Australia on day one of the Trent Bridge Test.
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Stuart Broad in action during a training session at Trent Bridge.
Shane Watson during a training session at Trent Bridge.
Michael Clarke during a training session at Trent Bridge.
Australian players at Trent Bridge
Anwar Ali celebrating the wicket of Kusal Perera in the second T20I between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Colombo.
Ian Bell (left) and Joe Root (right) scored an unbeaten 73 run stand as England defeated Australia by eight wickets at Edgbaston.
England begin their pursuit of 121 to win the third Ashes Test
John Lever was full of praise for Steven Finn
England are massive favourites to clinch victory on day three, and the bookmakers reckon it will be after lunch
Steven Finn is pleased to have made a successful return to the Test team
Mitchell Johnson (right) celebrating his 300th dismissal in Test cricket.
Steven Finn picked up a five-wicket haul as England restricted Australia to 168 for seven in their second innings of Edgbaston Test.
James Anderson celebrating his five-wicket haul in Edgbaston on day one.
James Anderson registered figures of six for 47 on day one of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston
All smiles for England - despite the late dismissal of Ian Bell - on day one at Edgbaston
Steven Finn (left) is set to make his return to the England Test side at Edgbaston
Steven Finn (right) along with England coach Trevor Bayliss during a training session.
Jonny Bairstow shelters from the rain at Edgbaston
England's James Anderson (left) and Jonny Bairstow (right) during a training session in Birmingham.
Chris Rogers in a training session ahead of the Edgbaston Test.
Australian women celebrate winning the Royal London One-Day International series.
Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel celebrating their maiden CPL win in Port of Spain.
Team captains Preston Mommsen (left), Scotland, and Peter Borren (right), Netherlands, share the trophy after the Final was abandoned due to rain before a ball was bowled.
The gloomy scene at Worcester where the third Women's Ashes ODI was postponed
Mitchell Marsh registered figures of 4-41 on day three of the tour game between Australia and Derbyshire in Derby.
Pat Cummins dismissing Hamish Rutherford on day two of the tour game between Australia and Derbyshire in Derby.
Michael Clarke reacts after being dismissed in the tour game against Berkshires.
David Warner (left) and Shaun Marsh (right) scored centuries as Australia ended day one on 413 for nine against Derbyshire,