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Australia’s Mitchell Starc hits the winning runs in the last over of the third One-Day International against England at Old Trafford. Photograph: Jason Cairnduff/AFP via Getty Images

England ended a summer of thrilling cricket on the wrong side of a series defeat for the first time as twin centuries from Alex Carey and Glenn Maxwel(...)

James Anderson celebates taking his 600th Test wicket against Pakistan. Photograph: Alastair Grant/Getty/AFP

Day Five: England 583-8d off 154.4 overs (Z Crawley 267, J Buttler 152) and Pakistan 273ao off 93 overs (Azhar Ali 141, M Rizwan 53, JM Anderson) &(...)

England’s Zak Crawley celebrates his maiden Test century  on the first day of the third Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. Photograph:  Mike Hewitt/PA Wire

Day 1 of 5: England 332-4 (Z Crawley 171no, J Buttler 87no) v Pakistan Zak Crawley’s maiden Test century came with the minimum of fuss. He had taken (...)

 Joe Root of England. Photograph:  Gareth Copley/Getty Images for ECB

England captain Joe Root says the current group of players have the potential to become the number one Test team in the world as he urged his teammate(...)

 James Anderson of England celebrates taking the wicket of Azhar Ali. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Jimmy Anderson is still alive; he can still smile and he can still bowl; debate over his imminent retirement has stalled. In between the Tests he almo(...)

“I don’t think it will be long before he’s back in the wickets big time. I think it would be very silly for us to write Jimmy off.”

Joe Root has warned anyone questioning Jimmy Anderson’s ability does so at their peril, with England to give their record wicket-taker an immediate c(...)

Chris Woakes celebrates after hitting the winning runs for England against Pakistan. Photograph: Lee Smith/Getty/AFP

England 277-7 (C Woakes 84*, J Buttler 75, Y Shah 4-99) and 219 (O Pope 62, J Buttler 38, Y Shah 4-66) beat Pakistan 326 (S Mansood 156, B Azam 69, S (...)

England’s Ollie Pope takes evasive action as Pakistan’s Asad Shafiq  plays a pull shot on the third day of the first Test against England at Old Trafford. Photograph:  Lee Smith/AFP via Getty Images

Day 3 of 5: Pakistan 326 (Shan Masood 156, Babar Azam 69) & 137-8 lead England 219 (O Pope 62; Yasir Shah 4-66) by 244 runs In the old days the a(...)

Pakistan’s Mohammad Abbas bowls England’s Ben Stokes during day two of the first Test match at  Old Trafford. Photograph: Dan Mullan/NMC Pool/PA Wire

Day 2 of 5: Pakistan 326 (Shan Masood 156, Babar Azam 69) lead England 92-4 (O Pope 46no) by 234 runs England’s wretched record in the first Test of (...)

Pakistan batsman Babar Azam  hits out watched on by England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler during day one of the first Test at  Old Trafford  in Manchester. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images for ECB

Day 1 of 5: Pakistan 139-2 (Babar Azam 69no) v England There was not much play at Old Trafford but there was enough to alarm, delight and tantalise –(...)

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