Chris Rogers

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James Anderson of England bowls during Day Two of the fifth Ashes Test match against   Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground . Photograph: Matt King/Getty Images

England appeared to be heading towards an Ashes whitewash after another inadequate batting display as they closed Day Two of the final Test 311 runs b(...)

England captain Alastair Cook reacts after losing the Fourth Ashes Test. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Alastair Cook is determined to continue as England captain — even if he loses the Ashes 5-0 — until someone instructs him otherwise.Cook appeared shel(...)

Steve Smith and Mitchell Johnson of Australia walk off the ground at the end of day one of the third Ashes test in Perth. Photograph: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

As the ball softened during the afternoon and the temperature at the Waca rose to somewhere north of Mike Atherton’s batting average, Australia wrestl(...)

Australia’s Michael Clarke (left) hits a shot past England’s Ian Bell. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

A disciplined England attack shrugged off the challenge of a bland Adelaide Oval wicket to limit Australia to 273-5 and leave the second Ashes test de(...)

 Steve Smith takes a catch to dismiss England’s Matt Prior for a duck on day two of the first Ashes test. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

Where to start with that then? Perhaps begin at the beginning, as Dylan Thomas would have it: England managed Llareggub on a brutal day that might jus(...)

England’s Stuart Broad waves at fans as he walks off the field at the end of the first day’s play. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

England paceman Stuart Broad ignored the jeers, chants and catcalls of a hostile Gabba crowd to take five wickets and leave Australia clinging on at 2(...)

Australia’s  Shane Watson celebrates his century during day one of the fifth   Ashes Test  at The Oval. Photograph:   Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

After a day dominated by Australia, and Shane Watson in particular, England might, not without foundation, be accused of hubris. In the buildup to the(...)

England’s Stuart Broad  celebrates taking the wicket of Australia’s Michael Clarke. Photograph: Nigel Roddis/Reuters

Chris Rogers became the second oldest Australian to hit a maiden test century as he led his team to 222 for five on the second day of the fourth Ashes(...)

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 Joe Root and Alastair Cook (right) run between  wickets during day two of the Ashes Test at Lord’s.

Darren Lehmann cut a solitary figure late in the afternoon at Lord’s. The dressing- room balcony doors were shut, and he sat outside on his own on a b(...)

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