Mark Stoneman

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The sun sets over the Adelaide Oval on day four of the second Ashes Test. Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Australia 442-8dec and 138 all out; England 227 all out and 176-4 After England’s traumas of the first two and half days it was remarkable that as th(...)

Security guards wearing plastic raincoats stand on the field as rain falls during the second day of the second Ashes cricket test match. David Gray /Reuters

After almost two days of sedate torment for England in the field, the match came alive for 45 minutes of technicolour cricket as darkness descended. (...)

Cameron Bancroft and David Warner steered Australia home with minimal fuss. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

England 302 & 195; Australia 328 & 173-0; Australia win by 10 wickets On a disappointingly sunny Monday morning for England supporters Austr(...)

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(...)

Moeen Ali is stumped by Tim Paine during day four of the opening Test. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty

Shoddyline? Wobblyline? Amid a frenetic fourth afternoon at the Gabba that saw the hopes the suncream-slathered travelling support rise, before eventu(...)

Nathan Lyon celebrates the early dismissal of Mark Stoneman in Brisbane. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

England 302 & 195, Australia 329 & 114-0 (Australia need a further 56 to win) The chances of England storming the Brisbane fortress diminishe(...)

Steve Smith celebrates reaching his century at the Gabba. Photograph: Dave Hunt/EPA

Day Three: England 302 & 33-2, Australia 328 England suddenly had to battle to stay in the match on day three of the Ashes after Steve Smith’s ou(...)

England’s batsman James Vince in action on the first day of the first Ashes Test. Photograph: Getty Images

James Vince intends to ensure everyone in Australia knows who he is for the rest of this winter’s Ashes. That includes Australia great Matthew Hayden(...)

 Australian bowler Pat Cummins reacts after dismissing England captain Joe Root LBW for 15 runs on day one of the first test match between Australia and England at the Gabba in Brisbane. Photograph: PA

For a while it all went quiet out there, too damn quiet – at least for the Australians. After all the braggadocio in the build-up to this series, th(...)

James Anderson of England catches Kemar Roach of the West Indies off the bowling of Ben Stokes  as Tom Westley looks on during the first day of the third Test at Lord’s. Photograph:  Naomi Baker/Getty Images

Day 1: West Indies 123 lead England 46-4 by 77 runs The run-drenched sunshine of Leeds was replaced by the devilish gloom of Lord’s, the glowering sk(...)

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