England's Ben Stokes on the ground after being given out obstructing the field in the second ODI at Lord's.
England's Ben Stokes (right) reacts before being given out obstructing the field in the second ODI against Australia at Lord's.
David Warner ruled out of ODI series with fractured thumb
Australian demoralize England with another all-round performance
Matthew Wade says he will push as hard as he can to earn a recall to Australa's Test side
Matthew Wade played a brilliant unbeaten knock of 71 as Australia defeated England by 59 runs in the first ODI in Southampton.
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India's captain Virat Kohli (left) shows a stump as he celebrates with his teammates after they won their final Test cricket match and the series against Sri Lanka.
It is a magnificent milestone - Virat Kohli
India's Ishant Sharma (left) argues with Sri Lanka's Dhammika Prasad (right) during the fourth day of their third and final test cricket match in Colombo.
India celebrate after bowling Sri Lanka out in Colombo
India team celebrate the series victory over Sri Lanka in Colombo.
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Umpire Nigel Llong (centre) talks to Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews (2nd right) after a heated exchange between Ishant Sharma (2nd left) and Dhammika Prasad.
Moeen Ali (left) and Eoin Morgan (right) added 135 runs for third wicket as England defeated Australia in the only T20I in Cardiff by five runs.
Ishant Sharma (left) and Virat Kohli (centre) reacts after dismissing Upul Tharanga (right) on day four of the third Test in Colombo.
Lydia Greenway guided England home with an unbeaten 20
New look teams take each other on in the shortest format
Sri Lanka's late fight back gives them a fighting chance
We can fight back - Dhammika Prasad
Cheteshwar Pujara scored a resilient unbeaten 135 as India managed to 292 for eight at stumps on day two of the third Test in Colombo.
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Sarah Taylor (right) celebrates reaching her half-century
AB de Villiers became the fastest to 8000 One-Day International runs as South Africa won the third and final ODI against New Zealand in Durban.
England's Alastair Cook and teammates celebrate winning the Ashes with the urn.
England's Ian Bell celebrates winning the Ashes with the urn.
England's Alastair Cook celebrates with team mates and the urn after winning the ashes.
Indian players celebrating the wicket of Lahiru Thirimanne on day five of the second Test in Colombo.
England's Joe Root celebrating the Ashes win with the urn.
Australia's Chris Rogers waves goodbye to the fans at the end of the fifth Ashes Test.