The Ashes

Mitchell Johnson goes past 300 Test scalps

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson entered into the elite 300-wicket club in Tests on Thursday during the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
30 July 2015

Hot Spot - England excellent at Edgbaston - Cricket World TV

John Pennington and Rob Johnston review the extraordinary third Ashes Test at Edgbaston which has seen England swiftly move themselves into a dominant position.
30 July 2015

Cricket coaching a possibility - Andrew Flintoff

Former England all-rounder and 2005 Ashes hero Andrew Flintoff is eyeing up a career as a cricket coach, but not just yet as he keeps himself busy following his retirement from playing.
30 July 2015

Lord's disaster motivated me - James Anderson

England pacer James Anderson says that going wicketless during the Lord's Test inspired him to put up a superlative performance on the first day of the third Ashes Test on Wednesday.
30 July 2015

Disappointing day for us - Chris Rogers

Australia's opening batsman Chris Rogers expressed his displeasure at his team's performance after being bowled out for a paltry total of 136 on the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
30 July 2015

England in dominant position after Anderson rattles Australia

England closed within three runs of Australia's first innings total of 136 after James Anderson took a six-wicket haul to dismantle the visitors on day one of the third Test of Ashes at Edgbaston.
29 July 2015

Ashes betting: England now odds-on for Edgbaston win

England started the Edgbaston Test as 11/4 outsiders to win but after an opening day that evoked memories of 2005 William Hill now make them 2/9 to beat Australia and go 2-1 up in the series.
29 July 2015

Warne backs Bell to come good soon

Legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has backed England batsman Ian Bell to come up with a good performance very soon in the ongoing Ashes campaign.
29 July 2015

We'd be foolish to think we can't win The Ashes - Steven Finn - Cricket World TV

As he prepares to make his return to Test cricket, watch as Steven Finn tells us earlier in the series that England would be "foolish" to think they can't go on and win the Ashes series.
29 July 2015

Ricky Ponting critical of Brad Haddin omission

Former Australian captain, Ricky Ponting has criticized the selectors for omitting Brad Haddin for the third Ashes Test in favour of Peter Nevill.
29 July 2015

Steven Finn set to play third Ashes Test

England fast bowler Steven Finn is set to feature in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston in place of Mark Wood, who is suffering from an ankle injury.
29 July 2015

I feel my game is in great order - Adam Lyth

England batsman Adam Lyth says he feels his game is in "great order" after working hard during the gap between the second and third Ashes Tests.
28 July 2015

Kevin Pietersen urges England to maintain new-found aggression

Kevin Pietersen feels that England needs to play fearless cricket in the ongoing Ashes series to reclaim the urn.
28 July 2015

Joe Root confident about tackling Mitchell Johnson

England batsman, Joe Root, expressed confidence about England’s preparedness to tackle Mitchell Johnson's threat in the third Ashes Test, which kicks off on 29th July at Edgbaston.
28 July 2015

Mr Predictor - England's turn to bounce back? Cricket World TV

In our latest Mr Predictor cricket betting video we take a look ahead to the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, where England will be trying to regain the series lead, but will the rain allow them time to do so?
28 July 2015

Ashes betting: Bell 11/2 to be back with a bang

William Hill still make England 11/4 to claim an Ashes win at Edgbaston but go 11/2 that Ian Bell will mark his return to number three in the order by being England's top batsman in the first innings.
28 July 2015

Edgbaston Third Ashes Test statistical preview

As the third Ashes Test is about to get underway at Edgbaston on Wednesday, let us look at some of the statistics involving both the teams.
28 July 2015

Time for England to bounce back again - Third Ashes Test preview

It was at Edgbaston in the second Test match of the 2005 Ashes series where England displayed a character and performance that proved they could match Ricky Ponting's Australians.
28 July 2015

Australia cannot win Ashes without Rogers - Gavin Robertson

Former Australian off-spinner Gavin Robertson reckons that Australia will find it tough to retain the Ashes without the services of Chris Rogers, who suffered from a dizzy spell in the Lord's Test.
28 July 2015

Chris Rogers progressing well for Edgbaston Test

Australia’s opening batsman Chris Rogers, who had to leave the field midway during the second innings of the Lord’s Test due to dizziness, is reportedly recovering well for to be available for the third Ashes Test that begins on Wednesday at Edgbaston.
28 July 2015

 
 
 
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