Jos Buttler in action during day three of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
I feared my career was over - Peter Siddle
Steve Smith celebrating the dismissal of Alastair Cook on day three of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
Angelo Mathews scored a fine century to take Sri Lanka to 306 in their first innings against India in the second Test in Colombo.
Steven Finn (left) celebrating the dismissal of Mitchell Marsh (right) on day two of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
Australia's Mitchell Marsh celebrating the wicket of Ben Stokes on day two of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
David Warner celebrating his fifty against England on day one of the fifth Test at The Oval.
Adam Voges (left) and Steven Smith (right) added an unbeaten 101-run stand for the fourth wicket against England at The Oval.
Lokesh Rahul celebrating his century against Sri Lanka on day one of the second Test in Colombo.
Lokesh Rahul scored a brilliant 108 on day one of the second Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo.
Protesters outside The Oval ahead of the fifth Ashes Test
The #changecricket protest was held at The Oval, London
Hashim Amla celebrating his century against New Zealand in the first ODI in Centurion.
James Anderson, Josh Hazlewood to miss final Ashes Test
Alastair Cook (left) and Joe Root (right) during a training session at The Oval.
Australia's Steve Smith looks dejected as he walks off after being dismissed for a duck.
Martin Guptill continued his rich vein of form as New Zealand defeated South Africa in the second T20I by 32 runs.
Steven Crook celebrating his century against Australia in the tour game in Northampton.
Rangana Herath celebrating the wicket of Harbhajan Singh on day four of the first Test in Galle.
South Africa won the first Twenty20 International against New Zealand in Durban by six wickets by chasing down 151 in the 18th over to go 1-0 up in the two-match series.
Ellyse Perry (left) celebrates one of her six wickets that bowled Australia to victory on the final day
Dinesh Chandimal celebrating his century against India on day three of the first Test in Galle.
Steve Smith (left) and David Warner (right) posing for a photo after being announced as new Australian Test captain and vice-captain respectively.
The gloomy scene at Canterbury where only 38 overs of play were possible on day three
Shikhar Dhawan (left) and Virat Kohli (right) put on a 227-run partnership for the third wicket as India dominated Sri Lanka on day two of the first Test in Galle.
Sarah Coyte (second left) celebrates the wicket of Katherine Brunt late on day two of the Women's Ashes Test
Credit goes to the Indian bowlers - Dinesh Chandimal
Ravichandran Ashwin registered the best figures by an Indian bowler in Sri Lanka as India won day one of the first Test in Galle.
The scene at Canterbury, where play was delayed on day two of the Women's Ashes Test
Jess Jonassen hits out on the opening day of the Women's Ashes Test