England

Australia lead by 196 after rain-shortened day

Just 38 overs of play were possible on day three of the Women's Ashes Test and although the honours were shared Australia will take a lead of 196 runs into the final day with six second innings wickets in hand.
13 August 2015

Talking Point - What makes facing left-handers so difficult? Cricket World TV

As #lefthandersday trends on Twitter, we thought we'd share with you some thoughts on fast bowling from John Lever and Mark Ilott - two left-arm quicks who played for England.
13 August 2015

Our style of playing in limited overs helped us - Moeen Ali

England all-rounder Moeen Ali feels that their new-found aggressive approach in limited-overs has played a key role in their ongoing victorious Ashes campaign.
13 August 2015

Australia take charge of Women's Ashes Test

Australia declared their innings on 274 for nine and then dismissed England for 168 to ensure a delayed start to day two of the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury barely hampered them.
12 August 2015

How Joe Root rose to be number one Test-ranked batsmen

Joe Root has become the first Englishman since fellow Gunn and Moore man Michael Vaughan to achieve this feat and he has beaten out quality opposition such as Steve Smith, AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli to get there.
12 August 2015

Jess Jonassen leads Australia fightback

Jess Jonassen struck a defiant unbeaten 95 to take Australia to stumps on day one of the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury on 268 for eight after England had earlier reduced them to 99 for five.
11 August 2015

It was a surreal experience - Adam Lyth

England opening batsman Adam Lyth reckons that reclaiming the Ashes with a win against Australia in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge was a surreal experience for the team.
11 August 2015

Did you know - when did Australia & England Women first play?

As the 2015 Women's Ashes Test gets underway in Canterbury, we ask you whether you know when the Australia and England first met in women's cricket?
11 August 2015

I thought Cook would quit captaincy - James Anderson

England pace spearhead James Anderson has revealed that he thought Alastair Cook might given up the captaincy after going through a tumultuous time as skipper during the last 18 months.
11 August 2015

Kevin Pietersen credits England management structure for Ashes triumph

Kevin Pietersen showered accolades on England’s new management structure after their majestic Ashes triumph earlier this week.
10 August 2015

Edwards, Lanning promise to play positively in Women's Ashes Test

Charlotte Edwards and Meg Lanning, respecvtive captains of England and Australia, both say they will look to play positive, aggressive cricket during the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury.
10 August 2015

Mr Predictor - Can India win in Sri Lanka? Cricket World TV

The first Test between Sri Lanka and India in Galle, the first Twenty20 International between New Zealand and South Africa and the Women's Ashes Test are the three matches we are making our predictions for this week.
10 August 2015

Did you know...how England tried to get the better of Steve Waugh? Cricket World TV

We pick out another great story from the rich history of Ashes cricket involving Australia, England and Steve Waugh.
10 August 2015

Ashes disaster in 2013-14 inspired us - Joe Root

England batsman Joe Root has stated that the humiliating 5-0 thumping suffered in the 2013-14 Ashes series in Australia motivated his team to lift their game in the ongoing series.
10 August 2015

Writing my book was 'like a therapy session' - Simon Jones - Cricket World TV

Simon Jones says that the process of writing his autobiography was "like a therapy session" in that it helped him speak about some of the "vast amount of lows" he had to deal with during his career.
9 August 2015

Anderson returns to England squad for fifth Test

England pace spearhead James Anderson has been named in the 14-man squad picked by the selectors for the fifth Ashes Test, which will get underway on 20th August at The Oval in London.
9 August 2015

My Cricket Inspiration...Steve Finn on McGrath & 2005 Ashes heroes - Cricket World TV

England and Middlesex fast bowler Steven Finn reveals that Glenn McGrath and England's 2005 Ashes-winning bowling attack were his inspirations as he was making his way in the game.
9 August 2015

Ashes betting: Who will win in 2017/18?

Bookmakers William Hill make both England and Australia 11/8 to win the fifth and final Ashes Test and are already turning their attentions to the next series in the 2017/18 season.
8 August 2015

Joe Root dethrones Steven Smith to become top-ranked Test batsman

England batsman Joe Root has displaced Australia's Steven Smith as the top-ranked batsman according to the International Cricket Council Ratings following the former's century in the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
8 August 2015

The victory is beyond belief - Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook admitted that reclaiming the Ashes with an emphatic innings victory in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge was an unbelievable feat.
8 August 2015