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England’s Adil Rashid (centre) celebrates victory with teammates after  his side inflicting a world record 481 for six on Australia’s hapless bowlers. Photograph: Lindsey Parnaby/AFP/Getty Images

The pitch may have been flat and the opposition bereft but Eoin Morgan’s one-day wonders hit a new high at Trent Bridge on Wednesday, inflicting a wor(...)

England batsman Jos Buttler cuts a ball watched by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed during day two of the second test match between England and Pakistan at Headingley. Photo: Stu Forster/Getty Images

England 302 - 7 (96.0 overs); Pakistan 174 all out (48.1 overs) England clubbed together to stay in control of the second NatWest Test and give thems(...)

 England’s Jos Buttler  bats as Pakistan wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed looks on  during day three of the first  Test match at Lord’s. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images

Day 3: England 184 & 235-6 lead Pakistan by 56 runs with 4 wickets remaining Jos Buttler and Dom Bess saved England from a three-day defeat agai(...)

England’s Jonny Bairstow is unable to take a catch to dismiss Pakistan’s Shadab Khan on the second day of the first Test  between England and Pakistan at Lord’s.  Photograph: Adrian dennis/AFP/Getty Images

Jonny Bairstow insists England are still in with a “real fighting chance” despite Pakistan’s 166-run lead in the first NatWest Test at Lord’s. Engla(...)

England’s Mark Wood makes a run with teammate Jonny Bairstow at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Photograph: Getty Images

Jonny Bairstow and Mark Wood rescued England with priceless half-centuries after the tourists had threatened once again to fall flat against New Zeala(...)

When it dawned on Bancroft that his indiscretion had been spotted, he was then seen shoving the object down his trousers before pleading innocence. Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

One of the enduring images of Australia’s 4-0 Ashes win over England came in the wake of the first Test match in Brisbane, as opening batsman Cameron (...)

Australia captain Steve Smith has been stood down for the rest of the third Test against South Africa. Photograph: AFP

Stuart Broad is at a loss to understand Australia’s sudden impulse to tamper with the ball when they already had the knack of reverse-swing off to a t(...)

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(...)

England batsman Dawid Malan attempts to pull a delivery from Australia’s Andrew Tye during their Twenty20 cricket match at Bellerive Oval in Hobart. Photograph: Getty Images

England failed to capitalise on Dawid Malan’s stylish half-century in their Trans-Tasman T20 opener against Australia, collapsing to 155 for nine in H(...)

Jason Roy trudges off after being dismissed by Josh Hazelwood in the second ball of England’s innings in Adelaide. Photograph: Brenton Edwards/AFP

England’s hopes of an ODI whitewash came crashing down as Australia took the fourth ODI by three wickets with 78 balls to spare. The damage was done u(...)

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