151 from Mohammad Hafeez helped Pakistan set England a target of 284 to win the third Test match in Sharjah and level the series at 1-1. Photograph: Reuters

England will enter the final day of the third Test with little hope now of winning the match and squaring the series. Asked to make 284 to win in a mi(...)

 James Taylor is unbeaten on 74 after the second day of the third Test match against Pakistan in Sharjah. Photograph: Getty

When it comes to batting, the word “busy” may have been coined especially for James Taylor. He does not do serene or languid. There is no violence to (...)

Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik lies on the field recovering from a cramp at The Sheikh Zayed International Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi on October 14th. Photograph: Marwan Naamani/AFP/Getty Images

Shoaib Malik’s comeback double-century exacted an ever escalating cost for the chances spurned by England in the first Test against Pakistan. Shoaib (...)

Stuart Broad and Joe Root celebrate after England’s innings win at Trent Bridge gave them an insurmountable 3-1 lead. Photograph: Getty

England have regained the Ashes with an innings-and-78-run victory at Trent Bridge. Alastair Cook’s team wrested back the urn, after their 5-0 whitewa(...)

England’s Stuart Broad celebrates taking the wicket of Australia’s Chris Rogers for 6 runs on the second day of the third Ashes cricket test match between England and Australia at Edgbaston. Photorgraph: Paul Ellis/Getty

First, on an overcast Nottingham morning, came Stuart Broad with the most devastating bowling of his life. Later, in the afternoon, when the clouds (...)

England’s Ben Stokes (third from left) celebrates after taking a stunning  catch to dismiss Australian batsman Adam Voges off the bowling of Stuart Broad during the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge. Photograph:  Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

A rampant Stuart Broad took eight wickets as England ripped out shell-shocked Australia for 60 in an extraordinary and dramatic start to the fourth A(...)

England’s Ian Bell and Joe Root celebrate after winning the third Test match against Australia. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters

England won the third Test match by eight wickets shortly before 4pm, in front of a raucous Edgbaston crowd. Required to make 121 to take a lead in(...)

England’s Ian Bell and Joe Root celebrate after winning the third Test match. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters

Ian Bell hailed the “amazing game” of Test cricket after the Ashes swung England’s way once more. Hammered at Lord’s after an impressive opening win a(...)

 Ben Stokes  takes a catch at fifth slip as Jimmy Anderson takes his fifth wicket to remove Australia’s Mitchell Johnson during the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Photograph:   Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Third Test, day one: Australia 136; England 133-3 All the England bowlers have craved in order to contest this series is a little bit of help. Give th(...)

England capitulated to 103 all out to hand Australia a 405 run win in the second Ashes Test match at Lord’s. Photograph: Afp

England descended to an embarrassing 405-run defeat inside four days at Lord’s as Mitchell Johnson hastened their collapse and Australia levelled the (...)