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England’s bowling problems in the Ashes hit with another blow

Olly Stone now has an injury and will miss the next two Ashes Tests

England need Joe Root firing on all cylinders in the Ashes

Joe Root has never made any secret of the fact that, on occasion, his admiration for his fellow ‘Yorkie’ Michael Vaughan has crossed the line into the realms of anorakery. Root freely admits to growing up copying the batting style of the former England captain, though, when discussing this, he does contend somewhat impertinently that […]

Anderson to miss Ireland test with injury as England announce playing XI

The other member of England’s 13-man squad that is set to miss out is bowling all-rounder Lewis Gregory.

England Lions agree to tour Australia in early 2020

The series is expected to feature both four-day games and one-day games as England Lions renew their rivalry with Australia A.

England coach Trevor Bayliss to join IPL’s Sunrisers after Ashes

Bayliss will replace fellow Australian Tom Moody as the head coach of Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Yorkshire’s Arthur hopes England’s success aids T20 Blast attendances

MCC member Arthur, who was at Sunday’s final, called the final “the greatest sporting moment I’ve witnessed live.”

England announce squad for Ireland Test match, Jason Roy included

The big winner appears to be Jason Roy who has been given a chance to further his case in opening during the Ashes.

England announce Test squad ahead of must-win Ashes game

England Women have announced their squad of thirteen ahead of their must-win Test Match against Australia. Heather Knight will captain the side whilst the squad sees Sussex all-rounder Georgia Elwiss and Nottinghamshire spinner Kirstie Gordon come into the side following England’s one-day international defeats to Australia. Gordon, 21, has only featured in five T20 internationals […]

England’s Cricket World Cup Final set to be shown on Channel 4.

The decision will ensure that an England international will be broadcast live on free-to-air TV for the first time since the 2005 Ashes.

England’s Morgan hopeful of Bairstow fitness ahead of crunch World Cup final

Bairstow and Roy have enjoyed four partnerships of 123 or more at the top of the order during this World Cup.

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