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England batter and assistant coach Graham Thorpe is “seriously ill” in hospital. Photograph:  Jason O’Brien/PA Wire.

The former England cricketer and coach Graham Thorpe is seriously ill in hospital, according to a statement issued by the Professional Cricketers’ Ass(...)

Australia and Pakistan have drawn the first Tes. Photograph:  Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images

Imam Ul-Haq scored centuries in both innings but it was not enough to earn victory as Pakistan recorded a draw in the first Test with Australia in Raw(...)

Steve Smith scored 78 for Australia on day four. Photograph: Aamir Qureshi/AFP via Getty Images

Australia reached 449 for seven to move within 27 runs of Pakistan on day four of the first Test at Rawalpindi. Marnus Labuschagne (90) and Steve Smi(...)

Mark Wood of England celebrates his wicket of Usman Khawaja. Photograph:  Steve Bell/Getty Images

England’s bowlers pegged back Australia with three wickets under the Hobart lights on Saturday night, but the hosts reached the close of play on three(...)

England batted throughout the final day to secure the draw. Photograph:  Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

England’s walking wounded defied the Australia bowling attack to bat out a dramatic final day of the fourth Ashes test for a morale-boosting thriller(...)

Stuart Broad took the wicket of David Warner on a rain-affected opening day in Sydney. Photograph: Jason O’Brien/PA

Fourth Test day one: Australia 126-3 off 46.5 overs (M Harris 38, J Anderson 1-24). Australia won the toss and chose to bat. Events in Sydney were ne(...)

Australia’s Mitchell Starc celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Dawid Malan during day two of the third Ashes test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph:  Jason O’Brien/PA Wire

Day 2: England 185 (J Root 50, J Bairstow 35; P Cummins 3-36, N Lyon 3-36, M Starc 2-54) & 31-4 (S Boland 2-1, M Starc 2-11) trail Australia 267 ((...)

Jos Buttler trudges off after trodding on his stumps to end his resistance. Photograph:  Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

In the end it took a freak dismissal for England to be finally brought to heel. Over the course of four hours Jos Buttler had resisted Australia’s mar(...)

 Australian bowler Cameron Green  reacts after dismissing England captain Joe Root on day three of the second Ashes Test between at the  Adelaide Oval. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

2nd Test, Day 3: Australia 473-9 dec (M Labuschagne 103, D Warner 95, S Smith 93, A Carey 51) & 45-1 lead England 236 (D Malan 80, J Root 62; M St(...)

Jos Buttler dropped Marnus Labuschagne twice on the opening day in Adelaide. Photograph: Brenton Edwards/Getty/AFP

Second Test Day One: Australia 221-2 off 89 overs (M Labuschagne 95*, D Warner 95, S Broad 1-34). Australia won the toss andchose to bat. England beg(...)

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