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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) &(...)

James Anderson successfully appeals for the wicker of Abid Ali on the fourth day at Southampton. Photograph: Alastair Grant/AFP/Getty

Day Four: Pakistan 273 off 93 overs (A Ali 141, M Rizwan 53, JM Anderson 5-56) and 100-2 off 56 overs (Abid Ali 42, JM Anderson 1-18) trail England 58(...)

The best bit of sporting nostalgia from all of last week was the 2019 Airflo Spring Fly Fishing Invitational. File photograph:   Eye Ubiquitous/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

When you find yourself whiling away some of your Saturday evening by watching Peter Crouch attempt to kick a teabag into a cup, you know that it’s a v(...)

Flintoff celebrates the wicket of Ricky Ponting. Photo: Tom Shaw/Getty Images

Picking a favourite sporting moment is a difficult task. Picking a favourite moment from the 2005 Ashes series, when England beat Australia for the fi(...)

 Australia batsman Steve Smith picks up some runs during day two of the fourth  Ashes Test match against England  at Old Trafford. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

4th Test - Day 2 of 5: Australia 497-8 dec (S Smith 211, M Labuschagne 67, T Paine 58, M Starc 54no; S Broad 3-97, M Leach 2-83, C Overton 2-85) lead (...)

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 (...)

Steve Smith celebrates reaching his second innings century at Edgbaston. Photograph:  Mike Egerton/PA

England 13-0 & 374ao (R Burns 133, J Root 57, P Cummins 3-84, N Lyon 3-112) trail Australia 284 (S Smith 144, S Broad 5-86) & 487-7d (S Smith (...)

 The presence of former England captain Andrew Strauss and Aussie great Shane Warne lit the touch paper for Sky Sports coverage of the Cricket World Cup. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images via Reuters

The financial might of satellite broadcasters transcends all other considerations for the majority of sports. The superior viewing figures that terres(...)

 Roston Chase of West Indies celebrates after taking the wicket of Moeen Ali of England during day four of the first Test at Kensington Oval  in Bridgetown, Barbados. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Part-time off-spinner Roston Chase took eight wickets as West Indies crushed England by 381 runs in the first in Barbados on Saturday. Chase seized (...)

England’s Joe Root celebrates making his century with his captain Eoin Morgan, from Dublin. Photograph: PA

India 257-8, England 260-2 – England win by eight wickets England thrashed India by eight wickets with 33 balls to spare, a victory far more straight(...)

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