Jimmy Anderson

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 England  bowler Graeme Swann holds a media conference at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to announce his retirement from all international and first-class cricket. Photograph: Joe Castro/EPA

Graeme Swann has called time, with no regrets, on his “magnificent journey” as an England cricketer.Swann’s shock retirement, in the middle of an Ashe(...)

 Australian cricketers celebrate their Ashes win on the pitch several hours after play on day five of the 3rd Test match against  England at the WACA in Perth. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

England captain Alastair Cook has conceded that inquests into England’s Ashes drubbing are inevitable but is convinced that he and coach Andy Flower r(...)

England’s Andy Flower: “We go to Perth and both sides start on nought for nought, and my job is to ensure that the players are as well prepared as possible for that challenge.”

Andy Flower has insisted it is the problems of England’s senior players, rather than his own future as team director, that must be the focus of attent(...)

Australia’s coach Darren Lehmann says he’s side won’t let up in Ashes rivalry with England. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA

Australia have dismissed any possibility of changing the in-your-face approach that underpinned their demolition of England in Brisbane as a result of(...)

Australian captain  Michael Clarke exchanges words with England’s   James Anderson during  day four of the First Ashes Test  at The Gabba in Brisbane. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

England captain Alastair Cook is prepared to accept “war” on the field during the Ashes series, but accused Australian batsman David Warner of crossin(...)

 Steve Smith takes a catch to dismiss England’s Matt Prior for a duck on day two of the first Ashes test. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

Where to start with that then? Perhaps begin at the beginning, as Dylan Thomas would have it: England managed Llareggub on a brutal day that might jus(...)

 Michael Clarke of Australia hits out during day two of the 3rd Investec Ashes Test match between England and Australia at  Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester. Photograph:  Stu Forster/Getty Images

Fortunes can change rapidly in a Test series. Match to match, session to session. Humiliated at Lord’s to the point of ridicule, the Australians have(...)

Australia’s Peter Siddle  celebrates after the dismissal of England’s Matt Prior during the first Ashes cricket Test match at Trent Bridge cricket ground in Nottingham, England, yesterday. Photograph: Reuters

What a day. Exhilarating and exhausting in equal measure - and that just for those watching - England and Australia slugged it out on a day that had b(...)

Groundsmen push water off covers on the final day of the second  Test between New Zealand and England in Wellington. Photograph:  David Gray/Reuters

England had to accept the inevitable at the Basin Reserve in Wellington today, and will head to Auckland tomorrow for a winner-takes-all final (...)

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