Australia are on top at Lord's, but Sir Ian Botham is still backing England to win the series
The Bravo brothers added an unbeaten 59 runs in just 16 deliveries as Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel defeated Barbados Tridents by 72 runs.
Chris Rogers (left) and Steven Smith (right) added an unbeaten 259 for the second wicket as Australia piled 337 runs for the loss of just one wicket on day one of the second Test.
Kyle Coetzer celebrating his fifty as Scotland demolish Canada by eight wickets in Edinburgh.
PNG's Norman Vanua bowls out Ireland's Paul Stirling.
UAE players celebrating a wicket during the encounter against Canada in Stirling.
Can Australia bounce back iat Lord's?
Kevin O' Brien celebrating a wicket as Ireland thrashed Nepal by eight wickets in Belfast.
Ajinkya Rahane hits out during India's win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI
Brad Hodge smacked an unbeaten 65 off just 30 deliveries as Guyana Amazon Warriors defeated Jamaica Tallawahs by 84 runs.
The Papua New Guinea players and support staff celebrating their 24-run victory over Jersey in Bready.
England players celebrating the win in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
England players applaud the crowd following their Ashes win in Cardiff
Alastair Cook celebrating the 169-run win over Australia in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
Kieron Pollard smacked an unbeaten 59 off just 37 deliveries as Barbados Tridents defeated Jamaica Tallawahs by 17 runs.
England players celebrating the 169-run win over Australia in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
All smiles for Alastair Cook, whose side are now favourites for the Ashes
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots celebrating the dismissal of Ross Taylor as they defeated St Lucia Zouks by 26 runs.
John Mooney was awarded the man-of-the-match for his three wicket haul against Namibia in Belfast.
Ian Bell (left) and Joe Root (right) put on a 97-run stand as England have set Australia a target of 412 in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
Ambati Rayudu resurrected the Indian innings with a fluent unbeaten 124-run knock.
Moeen Ali says England are in the driving seat after day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff
Chris Rogers has admitted that he was nervous before the start of day two
Moeen Ali (left) celebrating the wicket of Michael Clarke (centre) with Alastair Cook (right).
Samiullah Shenwari (right) scored a crucial 44 for Afghanistan as they defeated Netherlands by 32 runs in the ICC World T20 Qualifiers game in Edinburgh.
James Anderson reverse sweeps during day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff
Mitchell Starc celebrates the wicket of Ian Bell on day one of the Ashes in Cardiff
Josh Hazlewood celebrates the dismissal of Adam Lyth in the opening Ashes Test in Cardiff
Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke at the toss for the first Ashes Test in Cardiff
Michael Clarke has taken the onus upon himself to ensure that his team does not cross the line when it comes to sledging in the upcoming Ashes series, which kicks off on Wednesday.