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Dominic Cork speaks about England's famous 2005 Ashes pace quartet
Former England pacer, Dominic Cork, recollected his memories of the 2005 Ashes pace quartet, who were known for their verbal volleys with the Australians.
19 June 2015
England have home advantage in Ashes - Shahid Afridi
Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi reckons that England will have an edge over Australia in the form of home advantage in the upcoming Ashes series which kicks off on 8th July in Cardiff.
17 June 2015
Chris Rogers To Quit After Ashes
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers is all set to retire from Tests after the Ashes tour in England this year.
18 May 2015
England Weaker Without Kevin Pietersen - Michael Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke feels that England will be a weaker side in the upcoming Ashes series without flamboyant batsman Kevin Pietersen.
17 May 2015
Brad Haddin Undecided On Test Retirement
Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has stated that he is yet to make a decision regarding his rumored Test retirement after the Ashes Tour in July.
9 May 2015
Ryan Harris Denies Retirement Speculation
Australian pacer Ryan Harris, who has been plagued by injuries, has denied contemplating retirement after the Ashes series this year.
6 May 2015
Hoggard Predicts Challenging Summer For England
"We're doomed," jokes Cricket World official ambassador Matthew Hoggard as he looks ahead to England's summer series against New Zealand and Australia.
30 April 2015
Steve Smith Feels Australia Are Too Good For England
Australian batting sensation Steven Smith believes that England will not be much of a challenge in the upcoming Ashes series if his side plays to their potential.
29 April 2015
Steve Waugh Tips Fawad Ahmed To Shine In Ashes
Former captain Steve Waugh believes that rookie spinner Fawad Ahmed will be Australia’s major weapon during the Ashes series in England this year.
15 April 2015
Exciting Summer Ahead For England - James Taylor
Nottinghamshire batsman James Taylor admits that England underperformed during the winter but he is excited ahead of a summer that sees Australia and New Zealand touring.
3 April 2015
Australia Finalize Ashes Squad
In a decision exuding extreme confidence, Australia have named their Ashes squad almost 100 days prior to the first Test that kicks off on 8th July.
31 March 2015
KP 3/1 To Make England Return
Bookmakers Paddy Power make a Kevin Pietersen return to England colours a 3/1 shot following this weekend's comments from the man himself and ECB chairman-elect Colin Graves.
2 March 2015
James Pattinson Returns To First-Class Cricket
Australian pace bowler, James Pattinson is set to return to first-class cricket for Victoria Bushrangers this weekend following a long term back injury.
3 February 2015
Ryan Harris To Undergo Fitness Plan For Ashes
Cricket Australia has worked out a structured fitness plan for fast bowler Ryan Harris, which will enable him to get adequate rest in order to regain full fitness ahead of the 2015 Ashes series.
2 February 2015
Lord's Set To Host Fifth World Cup Final
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has proposed Lord's as the host venue for the final of the 2019 World Cup, which would be a record fifth time the showpiece event is held at the ground.
17 December 2014
England Confirm 2015 Schedule
England have confirmed the details of their international schedule for the 2015 summer, which will see them host New Zealand and Australia.
12 May 2014
Australia Name Contracted Player List
Cricket Australia have confirmed the list of 18 players that have been given central contracts for the 2014-15 season.
31 March 2014
Video - Broad Talks KP, ICC WT20 & The Ashes
England Twenty20 International captain Stuart Broad talks about the decision to sack Kevin Pietersen, the 'disastrous' tour to Australia and the upcoming ICC World Twenty20.
21 February 2014
Video - Johnson Reacts To Winning Allan Border Medal
Watch as fast bowler Mitchell Johnson gives his reaction after he was awarded the 2014 Allan Border Medal, reward for being voted the best Australian player in 2013 by his peers.
21 January 2014
England Women Lead The Way...Again
As an English person, If you want to win a Test match in Australia, best send for the England Women after they won in Perth this morning.
13 January 2014
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