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England’s Sam Curran  celebrates after dismissing Ravindra Jadeja of India during the fifth Test against India at The Oval in September 2018. Photograph:  Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

The summer of 2018 saw Sam Curran’s bat morph into an epee and his waspish left-arm swing pick locks at crucial times as England swept to a 4-1 Test s(...)

England head coach Chris Silverwood has apologised for the way Moeen Ali’s departure from India was communicated and says the team management are “happy to own that decision”. Photograph: PA

England head coach Chris Silverwood has apologised for the way Moeen Ali’s departure from India was communicated, and insists the rotation policy that(...)

Stuart Broad returns for England in their second Test against India. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty

England will gamble on four changes for the second Test against India after deciding to rest James Anderson and drop Dom Bess from their winning XI. (...)

Jack Leach took a late wicket as England push for victory in Chennai. Photograph: Getty

First Test day four: India 39-1 off 13 overs (J Leach 1-21) & 337 off 95.5 overs (R Pant 91, W Sundar 85, C Pujara 73, D Bess 4-76, J Anderson 4-4(...)

James Anderson took six wickets on day two against Sri Lanka. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

Second Test day two: England 98-2 (J Root 67*, L Embuldeniya 2-33) trail Sri Lanka 381 (A Mathews 110, N Dickwella 92, D Perera 67, J Anderson 6-40, M(...)

A solitary fan, Rob Lewis, watches the opening day action in Galle. Photograph: Rob Lewis/PA

First Test day two: England 320-4 off 94 overs (J Root 168*, D Lawrence 73, J Bairstow2 47) lead Sri Lanka 135 (D Chandimal 28, D Bess 5-30, SJ Broad (...)

  England captain Eoin Morgan: ‘There’s nothing untoward about’ using coded signals from the balcony. Photograph:  Shaun Botterill/PA Wire

England will continue using coded signals from the balcony during the one-day series in South Africa that begins on Friday, with Eoin Morgan insistin(...)

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(...)

England’s Zak Crawley celebrates reaching his double century on the second day of the third Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. Photograph: Getty Images

Zak Crawley produced a career-changing knock of 267 and Jos Buttler added 152 as the pair shared a record-breaking stand that all but guaranteed Engla(...)

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 (...)

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