The Ashes

Singing the national anthem is the proudest moment of my life - Adam Lyth

England opening batsman Adam Lyth, who made his Ashes debut last week in Cardiff, described singing the national anthem ahead of the game as the proudest moment of his life so far.
14 July 2015

Ashes betting: England attracting the bulk of bets

William Hill say that almost 90 per cent of all bets they have taken on the second Ashes Test are for England, who are now even money favourites to win the series.
14 July 2015

Mr Predictor - Can Australia bounce back? Cricket World TV

The Cricket World team look ahead to the second Ashes Test in their latest Mr Predictor cricket betting show, as well as One-Day Internationals in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka later this week.
14 July 2015

Brad Haddin likely to miss second Ashes Test at Lord's

Australia are likely to be without the services of their experienced wicket-keeper batsman Brad Haddin for the second Test at Lord's, according to reports.
14 July 2015

England head to happy hunting ground in high spirits - 2nd Ashes Test preview

England's performance in Cardiff last week suggested a similar type of reaction to their 5-0 defeat in the last Ashes but they will be wary of an Australian fightback when the second Test gets underway at Lord's on 16th July.
14 July 2015

England motivated to win the second Test - Stuart Broad

England pacer Stuart Broad iterated that his team was fully motivated to put the right foot forward in order to win the second Ashes Test which kicks off on 16th July at Lord's.
14 July 2015

Pat Cummins expects Mitchell Johnson to explode at Lord's

Australian pacer, Pat Cummins, has backed Mitchell Johnson to perform well at Lord's, despite a poor performance by the left-arm pacer with the ball in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
14 July 2015

We have learned our lessons from Cardiff - Darren Lehmann

Australia's coach Darren Lehmann feels that his team has learned the lessons from the massive 169-run defeat to England in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
14 July 2015

A weekend full of action, highlights & records - Cricket World TV

In our latest cricket news video, we take a look back at some of the weekend's action, from England's Ashes success to Sophie Devine's record and the ICC World T20 Qualifier.
13 July 2015

'England have always been good at Test cricket' - Cricket World TV

England and Nottinghamshire batsman Alex Hales may not have been too surprised with the result of the first Ashes Test, having told us of his confidence in the England Test side earlier in the season.
12 July 2015

England name unchanged squad for the second Ashes Test

The England selectors have decided to go with an unchanged squad for the second Ashes Test against Australia, which begins on 16th July at Lord's.
12 July 2015

We were outplayed in all the three facets of the game - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke admitted that his team were outplayed in every aspect of the game by England following the 169-run loss in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
12 July 2015

Alastair Cook hails England for Cardiff win

Alastair Cook, hailed England's win in the first Ashes Test as the best possible start, after beating Australia by 169 runs in Cardiff and taking a 1-0 lead in the series.
12 July 2015

We performed exceptionally well - Joe Root

England batsman and man of the match in the first Ashes Test, Joe Root, expressed his delight with the massive win against Australia in Cardiff.
12 July 2015

A different sort of Ashes half-century - Cricket World TV

As England celebrate their victory in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff, our latest animated Ashes video looks back at an off-field story from a few years back featuring David Boon.
11 July 2015

Ashes betting: England now favourites following Cardiff win

After their crushing 169-run win over Australia in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff, William Hill now make England evens favourites to win the series.
11 July 2015

England go ahead in the series with the perfect game

England produced a wonderful bowling effort in the fourth innings to bowl Australia out for 242 and win the first Ashes Test in Cardiff by 169 runs and go 1-0 up in the five-match series.
11 July 2015

I can be proud of the consistency - Chris Rogers

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers admitted that he was proud to be consistently contributing to the team, having scored seven consecutive fifties, despite missing out on a couple of hundreds in the process.
10 July 2015

We're in the driving seat - Moeen Ali

After playing the starring role on day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff with a half-century and two key wickets, England all-rounder Moeen Ali says his side are in the driving seat against Australia.
9 July 2015

Rogers admits to nerves before crucial innings

Australian opener Chris Rogers admitted that he was feeling nervous long before he began his innings of 95 on day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
9 July 2015

 
 
 
 

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