Australia

England head to happy hunting ground - Ashes fourth Test preview

And so the Ashes bandwagon rolls on to Nottingham, the city that brought the world Robin Hood, Ibuprofen and HP sauce. After the fourth Investec Test match here this week, added to that list could be the place England won back the Ashes.
5 August 2015

You can never write off England - Shane Watson - Cricket World TV

Shane Watson admits that the confidence Australia brought into the Ashes series has counted for little thanks to how well England have performed in their home conditions.
5 August 2015

Shane Watson determined to stage comeback

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has declared his intentions of making a comeback to the Australian side after being dropped from the team during the ongoing Ashes series.
5 August 2015

To question my hunger kills me - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke, who has been struggling for runs in the ongoing Ashes, came down strongly on his critics by saying that his hunger for the game remains as strong as ever.
5 August 2015

We've moved on from Edgbaston - Mitchell Johnson

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson insists that his team has overcome the hangover of the humiliating defeat suffered in the third Ashes Test against England at Edgbaston last week.
4 August 2015

Trent Bridge Fourth Ashes Test statistical preview

As the fourth Ashes Test is about to get underway at Trent Bridge on Thursday, let us look at some of the statistics involving both the teams.
4 August 2015

Ashes betting: Australia cut once again

Support for the tourists has forced bookmakers William Hill to cut the odds on Australia winning the fourth Ashes Test for the second time in a week.
4 August 2015

Mr Predictor - Can England seal the Ashes at Trent Bridge? Cricket World TV

Whether England can seal the Ashes by winning the fourth Test at Trent Bridge is one of the questions we try to answer in our latest Mr Predictor cricket betting show.
4 August 2015

Australia's batting is too fragile - Kevin Pietersen

Ex-England batsman Kevin Pietersen feels that the current Australian batting line-up is probably the most unstable one that he has seen from his Ashes rivals in a long time.
4 August 2015

Darren Lehmann urges bowlers to step up

Australian coach Darren Lehmann has called for an improved performance from his side's pacers when the fourth Ashes Test gets underway on Thursday at Trent Bridge.
3 August 2015

Ashes betting: Support for Australia fightback

William Hill have cut Australia's odds for the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge to 6/5 from 5/4 after support for the tourists from punters.
3 August 2015

Blackwell, Perry hit tons against England Academy

Alex Blackwell and Ellyse Perry both scored centuries as Australia Women drew a two-day game against the England Women's Academy in Loughborough.
2 August 2015

Australia to tour Bangladesh for two Tests

The Bangladesh Cricket Board have announced the schedule of the two-match Test series against Australia, which will be played between 9th and 21st October, in Chittagong and Dhaka.
2 August 2015

It's hard to explain this defeat - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke could not find an explanation when asked about his side's disappointing performance at Edgbaston that saw the visitors slump to an eight-wicket defeat on Friday.
1 August 2015

Ashes betting: England favourites for the Ashes

William Hill now make England their 4/6 favourites to win the Ashes after their stunning victory over Australia earlier today, with England 8/1 to win the remaining Test matches.
31 July 2015

Fine wins for England, Pakistan - Cricket World TV

Our final news update video for this week reflects on excellent victories for Pakistan and England in Twenty20 International and Test cricket respectively.
31 July 2015

Bell guides England through a comfortable fourth innings chase

Steven Finn finished with a six-wicket haul and Ian Bell a second sublime half-century as England beat Australia to win the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston by eight wickets.
31 July 2015

Ashes betting: England hot favourites, but when will they wrap it up?

England are overwhelming favourites to win the third Test at Edgbaston but bookmakers William Hill expect them to have to wait until after lunch to go 2-1 up in the Ashes.
31 July 2015

We need to fight - Mitchell Johnson

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson feels that his side's lower order needs to battle it out after the visitors ended the second day of the third Ashes Test in a difficult position at Edgbaston.
31 July 2015

Prime Minister's XI-New Zealand details confirmed

The touring New Zealanders will play the Australian Prime Minister's XI on 23rd October at Canberra's Manuka Oval, Cricket Australia have confirmed.
30 July 2015