Jack Leach

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Thousands of punters  pack the grandstands at Cheltenham this week as the festival continued as normal – despite the public concern over coronavirus. Photograph:   Tim Goode/PA

Damned if the horsey set - waxy of jacket, Range of Rover, tweedy of cap, jaunty of stride, always up for a stiff one, never afraid of a sneaky fag an(...)

 England opening batsman  Rory Burns during training at Newlands in Cape Town before he injured an ankle in a game of football. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

2nd Test: South Africa v England, Newlands, Cape Town, Friday, 8.30am Ben Stokes revealed this week that England’s players are calling this trip to (...)

England bowler Stuart Broad during a net session after returning from illness during England’s tour of  South Africa. Photograph:   Forster/Getty Images

England will ask Stuart Broad and Jofra Archer to make an “honesty call” about their fitness for a St Stephen’s Day Test, with Broad’s vast experience(...)

 BJ Watling of New Zealand bats during day four of the first Test match against  England at Bay Ova in Mount Maunganui. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images

Day 4 of 5: England 353 (B Stokes 91, J Denly 74, R Burns 52; T Southee 4-88) & 55-3 trail New Zealand 615-9 dec (BJ Watling 205, M Santner 126, C(...)

England bowler Jofra Archer celebrates the wicket of Marnus Labuschagne of Australia during day two of the fifth  Ashes Test  at The  Oval. Photograph: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Day 2 of 5: England 294 (J Buttler 70, J Root 57, R Burns 47; M Marsh 5-46, P Cummins 3-84, J Hazlewood 2-76) & 9-0 lead Australia 225 (S Smith 80(...)

England’s Jos Buttler plays a shot during play on the first day of the fifth Ashes  Test against  Australia at The Oval. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images

Day one: England 271-8 (J Buttler 64no, J Root 57, R Burns 47; M Marsh 4-35, P Cummins, 2-73 J Hazlewood 2-76) v Australia. Two contrasting half-cent(...)

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(...)

  England’s Ben Stokes and Jack Leach  celebrate after Stokes hit the  winning runs on  day four of the third  Ashes Test   at Headingley. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Ben Stokes was left struggling to take it all in after his incredible unbeaten 135 carried England to a most remarkable one-wicket victory over Austra(...)

Ben Stokes celebrates after his 135 not out steered England to a one wicket win over Australia at Headingley. Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA

Day four of five: England 67 (J Hazlewood 5-30, P Cummins 3-23, J Pattinson 2-9) &362-9 (B Stokes 135*, J Root 77, J Denly 50, J Hazelwood 4-85, N(...)

England captain Joe Root (centre) with  Ben Stokes and Stuart Broad leave the field after day two of the third Ashes test against Australia  at Headingley. Photograph:  Stu Forster/Getty Images

Day 2 of 5: Australia 179 (M Labuschagne 74, D Warner 61; J Archer 6-45, S Broad 2-32) & 171-6 (M Labuschagne 53no, M Wade 33; B Stokes 2-33, S Br(...)

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