The Ashes 2010/11
Cricket World® TV - England Have To Start Well - Nixon
Former England wicket-keeper Paul Nixon tells Cricket World how important it is for England to start this winter's Ashes well...
Cricket World® TV - Ashes Update - All Over
Cricket TV - An update following England's innings victory in Sydney - their third of the series - which gave them a 3-1 Ashes series win over Australia, their first series win in Australia for 24 years.
Cricket World® TV - Ashes Update - MCG Masterclass
Cricket TV - We look back at the Melbourne Ashes Test match, which saw England win by an innings and 157 runs to retain the Ashes urn, moving into an unassailable 2-1 series lead with one match still to play.
Cricket World® TV - Ashes Update - Perth Preview
Cricket TV - John Pennington and Amit Masram look ahead to the third Ashes Test between Australia and England, which gets underway shortly in Perth...
Cricket World® TV - Australia Name Squad
Cricket TV - Reaction and analysis to Australia naming a 12-man squad for the third Ashes Test against England in Perth, dropping three players and drafting in...
Cricket World® TV - Ashes Update - All Square Now
Cricket TV - A look back at the third Ashes Test in Perth, which saw Australia hit back and comprehensively beat England by 267 runs to level the Ashes series at 1-1 with two matches to play...
Britain V Australia In Comedy Of Ashes Showdown
Having pasted the Aussies pretty convincingly in The Ashes and with the England cricket team and Barmy Army in still in full voice, much is at stake for the fight to win the inaugural Comedy of Ashes. Taking place on 23rd January 2011 at the HMV Forum in Kentish Town...
Cricket World® TV - Australia Name Ashes Squad
Cricket TV - A look at Australia's Ashes squad, named today in Sydney, and an analysis of the players under pressure, who...
CW® Player Of The Week - Jonathan Trott
England batsman Jonathan Trott has been named as the Cricket World® Player Of The Week after his unbeaten 168 helped his side retain the Ashes in Melbourne.
Trott's third century in five matches against Australia saw him nudge his career average up to 64 and set England on the way to an innings-and-157-run victory which put them 2-1 up in the series with one match to play.
Live Web Chat With Ashes Hero Alastair Cook
Courtesy of Buxton Natural Mineral Water, England batting star Alastair Cook, joins us in a live webTV show to discuss the phenomenal Ashes victory and answer your questions...
England Wrap Up 3-1 Ashes Series Victory
England bowled Australia out for 281 in their second innings on the final day of the fifth and final Ashes Test to seal a first series win in Australia for 24 years.
England took the three wickets they required during the morning session to wrap up an innings-and-83 run victory at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Aussies, Brits Hold Ashes Match In Active War-Zone
The Australian-British cricket rivalry, known as the Ashes, goes back over a hundred years to the first time Britain lost a cricket match to Australia...
Collingwood To Retire From Test Cricket
England all-rounder Paul Collingwood has announced he is to retire from Test cricket following the conclusion of the fifth and final Ashes Test in Sydney.
Amid speculation that the Durham player was due to bring an end to his Test career, confirmation came on the morning of the fourth day at the Sydney Cricket Ground that he was indeed set to retire.
GetLenses Suggests Contacts For Australian Cricketers
Online retailer GetLenses (www.getlenses.co.uk) has offered a free contact lens trial to the entire Australian cricket team, suggesting that poor eye-sight may be to blame for their appalling performance in the latest Ashes match...
Cricket World® Player Of The Week - England
England's historic Ashes victory in Australia has earned them the Cricket World® Player Of The Week award.
They wrapped up a 3-1 series win on the final day of the series in Sydney, ending a run of 24 years without Test success on Australian soil.
Bollinger, Harris, Katich Recovering
Fast bowlers Doug Bollinger and Ryan Harris as well as opening batsman Simon Katich are on the road to recovery...
Nixon Predicts 2-1 Ashes Success For England
Leicestershire veteran and former England player Paul Nixon has confidently predicted a historic 2-1 victory for England in...
Bell And Bresnan Keep England On Top
Ian Bell went on to make 192 and Tim Bresnan took three wickets as England continued to dominate their tour game...
Cricket World® Audio Archive - Alastair Cook
Alastair Cook spoke to Jim White at an event in London, focussing primarily on the Ashes in Australia this winter...
Indian View - Where Do Australia Go?
Chetan Narula analyses where Australia are placed - ahead of the Ashes - following their 2-0 Test series defeat in India...
Ponting To Miss Final Ashes Test, Khawaja In
Australian captain Ricky Ponting will end a run of 73 straight Tests for his country after he was ruled out of the fifth Ashes Test in Sydney due to injury.
He played the fourth Test in Melbourne with a fractured finger but an x-ray after the match showed it had worsened and he has been left out of Australia's 12-man squad for the match, which begins on 2nd January.
Pietersen And Broad In The Runs, England Toil
Kevin Pietersen and Stuart Broad scored half-centuries but England were largely unconvincing on day two of their tour match...
Adams Tips Pietersen To Shine During Ashes
Hampshire left-hander Jimmy Adams is backing England's Kevin Pietersen to be one of the most consistent batsmen...
Ponting To Undergo Surgery, Miss England ODIs
Australian captain Ricky Ponting is to undergo surgery on a fractured finger on his left hand as he bids to recover from the injury which forced him out of the remainder of the Ashes series.
He was unable to play in the ongoing fifth and final Test in Melbourne, which ended a run of 73 straight appearances for his country and he is set to miss the One-Day International series with England but is aiming to recover in time for the World Cup, which gets underway on 19th February.
Cook And Strauss Score Centuries In Adelaide
England openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook both scored centuries before the tour game against South Australia in...
Ashes Comment: Time For Ponting To Step Aside?
Amit Masram considers whether it is time for Ricky Ponting to give up the Australian captaincy as he bids to return to form with the bat.
When Ricky Ponting made his debut for Australia, he was unfortunately given out on 96, missing out on a debut hundred. Commended by Academy coach Rod Marsh, as the best teenage batsman he had ever seen, Ponting began with Tasmania at 17 and reached international standards at a young age for a batsman, making his ODI and Test debuts in 1995 as a 20-year-old...
View From Oz - England Will Win The Ashes
Australian author Peter McGuinness believes that England will win the Ashes this winter - here he lays down the reasons why...
Broad Shines As England Start Tour Strongly
England made a bright start to their Ashes tour with Stuart Broad taking two wickets in two balls against Western Australia in...
Cameron White To Lead Australia A
Victorian skipper Cameron White has been named as the captain of the Australia A side which will take on England in their...
Strauss Century Leads England To Victory
An unbeaten century from England captain Andrew Strauss guided his side to a six-wicket victory over Western Australia as...
Bell And Collingwood Put England In The Clear
England's batsmen followed up the efforts of their bowlers to take firm control on day two of their tour game against Australia...
Swann, Anderson, Strauss Star For England
England closed day two of their tour match against South Australia with a healthy lead having dominated the second day's play...
Khawaja Impresses But England Shade Day One
Australia closed day one of the fifth and final Ashes Test on 134 for four against England after a rain-interrupted day at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
After winning the toss and choosing to bat, their top three batsmen all made starts before being dismissed as England did not allow them to build big partnerships.
Collingwood And Bell Find Form For England
Paul Collingwood and Ian Bell scored half-centuries as England began their tour game against South Australia in positive...
England On The Brink Of 3-1 Ashes Series Win
England reduced Australia to 213 for seven in their second innings at stumps on day four of the fifth and final Ashes Test in Sydney, putting themselves on the brink of sealing a 3-1 series win.
Matthew Prior's maiden Test century against Australia had helped England post 644 in reply to 280 and two wickets apiece for James Anderson, Chris Tremlett and Tim Bresnan left the home side staring facing a heavy defeat.
Cook Passes 5000 Runs As England Close Gap
England closed day two of the fifth and final Ashes Test against Australia in Sydney on 167 for three with the match nicely poised after they dismissed Australia for 280.
Alastair Cook was unbeaten on 61 having become the 20th Englishman to reach the milestone of 5000 Test runs before close of play.
Centuries For Cook And Bell Push England Clear
Centuries from Alastair Cook and Ian Bell propelled England into a 208-run lead over Australia after day three of the fifth and final Ashes Test in Sydney.
Cook made 189 and Bell 115 as England closed the day on 488 for seven in reply to Australia's 280 all out.
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