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The covers are on as rain delays the start of play on the third day of the fourth Ashes cricket Test match. Photograph: Getty Images

Rain delayed the start of the third day of the fourth Ashes Test between England and Australia at Old Trafford. Covers were kept on the pitch due to (...)

 Australia batsman Steve Smith picks up some runs during day two of the fourth  Ashes Test match against England  at Old Trafford. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

4th Test - Day 2 of 5: Australia 497-8 dec (S Smith 211, M Labuschagne 67, T Paine 58, M Starc 54no; S Broad 3-97, M Leach 2-83, C Overton 2-85) lead (...)

Australia batsman Travis Head  falls after being struck by a  yorker from England’s Ben Stokes during the first day of the fourth Test at Old Trafford. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Day one: Australia 170-3 (M Labuschagne 67, S Smith 60no; S Broad 2-35) v England The Ashes do not have to be decided on a blissful summer’s day in f(...)

Trent Boult celebrates removing Joe Root with the final ball of the day in Auckland. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

New Zealand 427-8; England 58 ao and 132-3 Two Test captains fell within the space of five minutes in Cape Town and Auckland. It must have been an ag(...)

Trent Boult celebrates the wicket of Ben Stokes at Eden Park. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

Day One, Eden Park: New Zealand 175-3, England 58 ao. A pink ball and even pinker faces. England’s finest were skittled inside 21 overs for 58, their(...)

 Australia celebrate Pat Cummins’ wicket of England’s Stuart Broad for duck on day five of the third Ashes Test at the WACA ground in Perth. Photograph: PA

A bizarre final day of Ashes cricket at the Waca came to a close in the most predictable manner. Australia, by winning this Test by an innings and 41 (...)

Australian captain Steve Smith celebrates after reaching his 200 on day three of the third Ashes cricket Test match at the WACA ground in Perth. Photograph: Getty Images

Steve Smith and Mitch Marsh’s triple-century stand piled on the Perth misery to leave England on the brink of losing the Ashes. Joe Root’s men muster(...)

The sun sets over the Adelaide Oval on day four of the second Ashes Test. Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Australia 442-8dec and 138 all out; England 227 all out and 176-4 After England’s traumas of the first two and half days it was remarkable that as th(...)

 Joe Root and James Anderson with their England teammates during day three of the second Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes series. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Jimmy Anderson admitted to there being “some pretty frustrated players” in the England dressing room after a collapse with the bat on the third day in(...)