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Jason Roy of England bats during a nets session at Headingley ahead of the third Ashes Test. Photo: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Joe Root believes England are ready to pounce on the absence of Steve Smith and heap more pressure on Australia using the fast bowler who was born for(...)

Jonny Bairstow of England bats as Tim Paine of Australia keeps wicket during day two of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s in Lo

Red shirts and red faces. The shirts were a sign that Lord’s had embraced the Ruth Strauss Foundation as enthusiastically as everyone had hoped – mo(...)

Australia’s Steve Smith on the fourth day of the first Ashes cricket Test at Edgbaston. Photograph: Getty Images

Well, what did you see my blue eyed son? And what did you see, my darling young one? I saw a man batting without a chance for 149 overs. I saw Joe Den(...)

Australia’s Steve Smith is struck by a ball bowled by England’s Ben Stokes during play on the third day of the first Ashes test. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia 284 & 124-3 England 374 Steve Smith once again held Australia’s Ashes hopes on his shoulders as England’s bowlers fought in vain to dis(...)

England’s Rory Burns celebrates reaching his century during day two of the Ashes Test match at Edgbaston. Photograph:  Mike Egerton/PA Wire

Day 2: Australia 284 (S Smith 144, P Siddle 44, T Head 35; S Broad 5-86, C Woakes 3-58) lead England 267-4 (R Burns 125 no, J Root 57; J Pattinson 2-5(...)

  Australia’s Steve Smith celebrates his century against England at Edgbaston. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters

First Test, day one: Australia 284; England 10-0  Steve Smith is on the periphery no more. On his return to Test cricket with his side deep in t(...)

 England’s Joe Root and Australia’s Tim Paine with the Ashes trophy at Edgbaston. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Reuters

England have named their team for the first Ashes Test, with no place for Jofra Archer. The Barbados-born paceman received his maiden call-up for th(...)

 England’s Jason Roy during the World Cup final against New Zealand. Photograph: Peter Cziborra/Reuters

Several of England’s World Cup heroes will be missing when Ireland play at Lord’s next week. While Jason Roy has been included in a Test squad for th(...)

A peak audience of 4.5 million watched England’s World Cup final win over New Zealand. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty

England’s cricket World Cup victory attracted a peak TV audience of 4.5 million people on Channel 4, as live international cricket returned to free-to(...)

England’s Irish captain Eoin Morgan poses with the World Cup trophy during a photocall at Lord’s, London. Photograph: PA

England’s Eoin Morgan hailed the diversity of his World Cup-winning team after the hosts beat New Zealand in the final at Lord’s. Morgan, who was bor(...)

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