Skerries’ Eoin Morgan and his teammate Joe Root celebrate their victory against Australia at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Photograph: Getty Images

England’s passage to the World Cup final was faintly ridiculous. Semi-finals are supposed to be gritty affairs with runs dourly chiselled out in a des(...)

Usman Khawaja will miss the Cricket World Cup semi-final with England due to a hamstring injury. Photograph: David Davies/PA

Usman Khawaja has been ruled out of the rest of the World Cup with the hamstring strain he suffered during Australia’s loss to South Africa, the head (...)

Andile Phehlukwayo and Dwaine Pretorius of South Africa celebrate the last wicket and their win at Old Trafford. Photograph: Getty Images

Prolific opener David Warner smashed a brilliant 122 but could not claim victory for Australia as they slipped to a 10-run defeat to South Africa in t(...)

Pat Cummins takes a catch off the bowling of Mitchell Starc to dismiss England captain Eoin Morgan. Photograph:  Michael Steele/Getty Images

Now the England camp might acknowledge a little nervousness about their position. After a comprehensive 64-run defeat, in which Australia dominated fr(...)

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 Jason Roy leaps in the air as he celebrates reaching his century during game  the first  One-Day International against  Australia  at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

That’s one way to win your first game of an Australia tour. The Ashes may be gone but England kicked off the ODI series with the most thumping of five(...)