The Ashes

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

Brett Lee recollects his 'spirit of cricket' moment with Andrew Flintoff

Former Australian pacer Brett Lee goes down memory lane as he recollects his famous moment with ex-England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff moments after the culmination of the 2005 Edgbaston Test - a moment famously titled as the ‘Spirit of Cricket’.
27 July 2015

Gary Ballance optimistic of comeback

England batsman Gary Ballance, whose poor run of form with the bat cost him his place in the national team for the third Ashes Test, is confident of making a return to the side at the earliest.
27 July 2015

Stuart Broad promises improved England performance at Edgbaston

England pacer Stuart Broad believes that his team will come out with a completely improved performance, especially in the batting department, when the third Ashes Test begins at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
27 July 2015

Chris Rogers returns to training

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers batted on Sunday for the first time since walking off the field during the second innings of the Lord's Test after experiencing dizziness.
27 July 2015

Ashes betting: England 11/4 to bounce back

William Hill make England an 11/4 chance to bounce back from an Ashes defeat at Lord's with a victory in the third Test at Edgbaston.
25 July 2015

Shaun Marsh not worried about Michael Clarke's form

Australian batsman Shaun Marsh brushed aside concerns about Michael Clarke's form by saying that it will not be long before the Australian captain comes up with a big score.
24 July 2015

Moeen Ali unfazed about Mitchell Johnson threat

England all-rounder Moeen Ali has stated that he isn't worried about Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson despite the left-arm pacer's devastating performance in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s last week.
23 July 2015

We have the opportunity to bounce back at Edgbaston - Adam Lyth

Opening batsman Adam Lyth reckons that England have a good opportunity to bounce back in the third Ashes Test after the massive 405-run defeat in the second game at Lord’s.
22 July 2015

Ashes betting: Bairstow 7/1 to hit century

Bookmakers William Hill make Yorkshre's Jonny Bairstow a 7/1 chance to hit a century at Edgbaston, where he will replace county team-mate Gary Ballance in England's line-up.
22 July 2015

Rewind To...England recapture the Ashes in 1933

To celebrate Associated Press and British Movietone sharing 1 million minutes of digitized footage on YouTube today, we take you back to 1933 and England beating Australia in Brisbane.
22 July 2015

England need Joe Root to move up to number three - Brendon McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum says that England batsman Joe Root must bat at number three in order to allow him to flourish with the bat during the ongoing Ashes campaign.
22 July 2015

Bairstow included in England squad for third Test

England selectors on Tuesday have announced a 13-man squad for the third Ashes Test against Australia which begins on 29th July in Birmingham.
21 July 2015

Ashes betting: Bookies expect no change from England

Bookmakers William Hill do not expect England to react to their 405-run defeat at the hands of Australia by making any changes for the third Test at Edgbaston.
21 July 2015

Chris Rogers improving after dizzy spell

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who retired hurt after experiencing a dizzy spell in the second innings of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is improving, according to team doctor Peter Brukner.
21 July 2015

Lord's Test was a nightmare for us - Kevin Pietersen

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen says that the second Ashes Test, which ended in an ignominious 405-run defeat, was nothing short of "a nightmare" for England.
21 July 2015

Steven Smith reclaims number one ranking in Tests

Australian batsman, Steven Smith, has reclaimed the pole position in the International Cricket Council Player rankings for Test batsmen, after an incredible display in the second Ashes game at Lord’s.
20 July 2015

The loss was incredibly frustrating - Alastair Cook

England captain, Alastair Cook, termed his team's dismal 405-run defeat at the hands of Australia in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s as "incredibly frustrating".
20 July 2015


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