The Ashes

England on the brink of winning the Ashes

Ben Stokes took a five-wicket haul as England were three wickets adrift of winning the Ashes when bad light ended play on day two of the fourth Test of the Ashes at Trent Bridge after declaring earlier in the day.
7 August 2015

I'm delighted for him - Paul Nixon on Stuart Broad - Cricket World TV

Paul Nixon, a former team-mate of Stuart Broad's at county and international level, says he is "delighted" to see the fast bowler's success against Australia.
7 August 2015

Did you know - when did an Australia side first tour England?

Our latest Ashes 2015 'did you know' feature video takes a look back to the first Australian team to tour England - well before the Ashes began.
7 August 2015

Ashes betting : England 1/20 to win fourth Test after fantastic first day

England are cruising to victory after the opening day of the fourth Ashes Test and William Hill make them just 1/20 for victory that would give them an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series.
7 August 2015

Ashes betting: Paddy Power pay out on England regaining Ashes

Paddy Power has paid out a whopping six figures to punters who bet on England to win the Ashes, after one of the worst Australian batting performances in history.
7 August 2015

It is pretty unbelievable - Stuart Broad

England fast bowler Stuart Broad acknowledged that his career-best performance at Trent Bridge on the first day of the fourth Ashes Test was an "unbelievable" feat.
7 August 2015

We can still save The Ashes - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that his side can still bounce back in the ongoing Trent Bridge Test to save the urn from going England's way.
7 August 2015

We've bowled brilliantly to Clarke - Stuart Broad

England pacer Stuart Broad expressed satisfaction at the way his team's bowlers have managed to strangle Australian captain Michael Clarke in the ongoing Ashes series.
6 August 2015

Time to stop being consistently inconsistent - Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook has urged his team to be more consistent when they take on Australia in the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
5 August 2015

We can't look too far ahead - Adam Lyth

England opening batsman Adam Lyth hopes that his team aren't carried away by the 2-1 lead that they currently hold in the ongoing Ashes series.
5 August 2015

Lyth looks like he could get out every ball - Kevin Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen has called for a more sensible approach from England's opening batsman Adam Lyth, who has been going through a lean patch in the ongoing Ashes series.
5 August 2015

Bowlers have to step up in absence of Anderson - Matt Prior

Former England wicket-keeper batsman Matt Prior is backing the team’s bowlers to step up and take the responsibility in the absence of James Anderson in the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
5 August 2015

Who's in your all-time Ashes XI?

We were asked to pick our all-time Ashes XI - or 'Dream Team' - ahead of this Ashes series and now our selections, and those of other cricket websites and publications, have been collated and published.
5 August 2015

Ashes betting: 68% say Australia will win fourth Test

Australia are now evens to win the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge as more money comes in for the tourists and William Hill report that 68 per cent of money waged on the Test has been for the away side.
5 August 2015

Hot Spot - Ashes 2015 Trent Bridge preview - Cricket World TV

Join Rob Johnston and John Pennington as they preview the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge in their latest Ashes Hot Spot cricket video.
5 August 2015

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

Lively pitch expected at Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge, which will host the fourth Ashes Test between Australia and England, is expected to produce a lively track, unlike the one that produced a drab draw against India in 2014.
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