Matthew Wade

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 Marnus Labuschagne of Australia is struck on the helmet by a delivery from Jofra Archer of England during day five of the second  Ashes Test  at Lord’s. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Day 5 of 5: England 258 (R Burns 53, J Bairstow 52, C Woakes 32, J Denly 30; J Hazlewood 3-58, P Cummins 3-61, N Lyon 3-68) & 258-5 (B Stokes 115n(...)

Jofra Archer  traps Cameron Bancroft LBW at Lord’s - his maiedn Test match wicket. Photograph:  Stu Forster/Getty

Day three, Lord’s: Australia 80-4 (S Smith 13*, S Broad 2-26) trail England 258 (R Burns 53, J Bairstow 52, J Hazelwood 3-58) by 178 runs. Another 74(...)

Jofra Archer of England bowls during a nets session at Lord’s on Tuesday. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

The advent of any Test debutant is a source of excitement. But some are more exciting than others. On Wednesday, if the weather permits, Jofra Archer (...)

Australia’s Steve Smith on the fourth day of the first Ashes cricket Test at Edgbaston. Photograph: Getty Images

Well, what did you see my blue eyed son? And what did you see, my darling young one? I saw a man batting without a chance for 149 overs. I saw Joe Den(...)

  Australia’s Steve Smith celebrates his century against England at Edgbaston. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters

First Test, day one: Australia 284; England 10-0  Steve Smith is on the periphery no more. On his return to Test cricket with his side deep in t(...)

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 (...)

Nathan Lyon took three wickets as England were bowled out for 195 in their second innings. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty

A year ago at the Gabba, Nathan Lyon morphed into the least likely cult hero with wicketkeeper Matthew Wade’s ‘Nice Garry’ catch cry suddenly the soun(...)

Jason Roy takes a stunning catch to dismiss Ashton Agar during England’s win over Australia in the third ODI at Old Trafford. Photograph: Reuters

A maiden international century from James Taylor and the dual spinning threat of Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali kept England hopes alive in the one-day ser(...)

Matthew Wade celebrates a wicket with Nathan Coulter-Nile of Australia during  the one-day international against England at the Adelaide Oval. Photograph: by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images

In the end it was perhaps all for the best, as England lost a low-scoring and ultimately rather tense and gripping fifth one-day international by seve(...)

 England’s Ben Stokes  bats during game four of the One-Day International series against Australia at the Waca in Perth. Photograph: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

England captain Alastair Cook breathed a sigh of relief after watching his side clinch a 57-run victory over Australia in the fourth One-Day Internati(...)