Pay was abandoned for the day during day four of the 5th Investec Ashes Test match between England and Australia at the Oval. Photograph:  Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

The predicted rain arrived to wash out day four of the final Ashes Test at The Oval.Not a ball was able to be bowled on Saturday with umpires Kumar Dh(...)

England’s Chris Woakes bats during day three of the Fifth Investec Ashes Test match at the Oval. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Australia chiselled out four key England wickets to take control of the fifth and final Ashes test on a slow third day at the Oval on Friday.The hosts(...)

Kevin Pietersen of England is angered by press reports.    Photograph:  Stu Forster/Getty Images

The England and Wales Cricket Board is to demand an explanation and apology from Channel 9 after the Australian TV channel implied that Kevin Pieterse(...)

England’s James Anderson reacts as Australia’s Chris Rogers and Shane Watson  take a run during the first day of the third Ashes testat Old Trafford. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters

Australia captain Michael Clarke’s century helped ensure yet more Decision Review System controversy was overshadowed on the opening day of the third (...)

England’s Kevin Pietersen is ‘stuck on a sofa tightly fastened to an ice machine’ in a bid to be ready for the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford on August 1st. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA

England remain hopeful over Kevin Pietersen’s fitness for the third Ashes Test next week. The batsman was not on the field as his team-mates wrapped u(...)

Australia’s captain Michael Clarke: ‘What can I say? Our performance in the first innings was unacceptable’.  Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters

Michael Clarke has admitted his Australia team have become a laughing stock and cannot have any complaints about it after an “unacceptable” batting pe(...)

Australia captain Michael Clarke catches Stuart Broad  at slip off the bowling of Ashton Agar, a decision that was not given by umpire Aleem Dar. Photograph:  Nick Potts/PA

A formidable innings from Ian Bell and a moment of dubious sportsmanship from Stuart Broad left England in control on day three of the first Ashes Te(...)

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(...)

 England’s Jonny Bairstow  bowled by Mitchell Starc  during the  Ashes Test match between England and Australia at Trent Bridge. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

England had no answer, principally to Peter Siddle, as they were bowled out for 215 on day one of the Ashes at Trent Bridge. A mixture of errant shots(...)

England’s Joe Root leaves the field after being dismissed during the first Ashes cricket test match against Australia at Trent Bridge. Photograph:   Philip Brown/Reuters

The first session of the Ashes ended with honours even as England reached 98 for two by lunch at Trent Bridge. Captain Alastair Cook, who chose to ba(...)

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