Talking Point - #changecricket - what can be done? Cricket World TV

As a silent protest is held at The Oval to try to bring the #changecricket campaign to a wider audience, in our latest Talking Point we discuss some of the issues that are behind the movement.
20 August 2015

'Cricket is being held hostage by three countries and something needs to be done about it'

A silent protest has been held today at The Oval, venue for the fifth and final Ashes Test, to demand changes to the way the game of cricket is governed and managed.
20 August 2015

It is up to me to prove myself - Adam Lyth

England opening batsman Adam Lyth acknowledges that the onus is on him to prove his worth with the bat in the fifth Test after struggling in the Ashes so far.
20 August 2015

Hot Spot - Ashes 2015 The Oval preview - Cricket World TV

Ahead of the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval, John Pennington and Rob Johnston preview the last Test clash of the summer and review the extraordinary Trent Bridge Test.
19 August 2015

Ashes betting: Will we see a five-day Ashes Test?

England are well backed to seal victory at The Oval in the fifth and final Ashes Test and are 11/8 with William Hill to seal a 4-1 series win.
19 August 2015

England look to extend domination - Ashes fifth Test preview

And so the Ashes bandwagon rolls on to its final stop, The Oval, for the fifth Investec Test match. The last time the two sides were in London, Australia won the Test at Lord’s by over 400 runs, which seems a lifetime ago now.
19 August 2015

Gary Ballance optimistic of regaining Test form

England middle-order batsman Gary Ballance, who was recently left out of the Test squad after the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is hopeful of making another comeback in the longer format of the game.
19 August 2015

England are looking to end the series 4-1 - Mark Wood

Mark Wood says that England are looking to end the Ashes series against Australia on a high by winning the final Test at The Oval, which begins on Thursday.
18 August 2015

Mr Predictor - Will England win again? Can India hit back? Cricket World TV

We look ahead to two Test matches and a One-Day International in this week's Mr Predictor cricket betting show with the Ashes, New Zealand in South Africa and India in Sri Lanka on our radar.
18 August 2015

Kia Oval Fifth Ashes Test statistical preview

As the fifth Ashes Test is about to get underway at The Kia Oval on Thursday, here is some of the statistics involving both the teams.
18 August 2015

It hasn't sunk in yet - Stuart Broad

England pacer Stuart Broad is yet to come to terms with his incredible spell against Australia at Trent Bridge last week which saw him record astonishing figures of eight for 15.
18 August 2015

Ashes betting: Can England pass the final Test?

Although England lead Australia 3-1 following dominant wins at Edgbaston and Trent Bridge, bookmakers William Hill are unable to split the two sides and make both 11/8 shots to win at The Oval.
16 August 2015

I want to carry on as captain - Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook admitted that he wants to continue leading the side after the conclusion of the ongoing Ashes, as he expects some exciting challenges ahead.
15 August 2015

Perry bowls Australia to convincing Test win

Ellyse Perry took six wickets to bowl Australia to a convincing 161-run win over England in the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury that puts her side within a point of claiming victory in the multi-format series.
14 August 2015

Monty Panesar recalls 'that' Ashes draw in Cardiff - Cricket World TV

Monty Panesar took a five-wicket haul when he made his Ashes debut in 2006 but it is his batting in the closing stages of the 2009 Cardiff Test that most remember him more fondly for.
14 August 2015

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


Hot Spot - #PakvEng Tests preview

(Almost) all smiles for Pakistan