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Ashes in a nutshell: All you need to know from day two in Adelaide

Ashes in a nutshell: All you need to know from day two in Adelaide England trail by 413 with nine first innings wickets remaining...

Liam Plunkett’s England Diary: Seamer on injury, ODI series win and ‘terrible’ Aussie WiFi

In his latest Sky Sports column, England fast bowler Liam Plunkett provides an update on his injury as well as reflecting on England’s ODI series win, where he plans to watch the Super Bowl and ‘terrible’ Aussie internet… Since getting injured in Sydney, I've been on the ice machine non-stop for the last 48 hours.

Australian leg-spinner Dan Fallins has got his dab perfected

Dan Fallins caught the eye with a four-wicket haul against England on Wednesday, and he certainly celebrated in style.

Cricket Australia denies Justin Langer is lined up as new Australian team coach

Justin Langer has not already been appointed as Australia’s next coach, says Cricket Australia (CA) amid growing speculation the West Australian has already been chosen for the role.

Cricket Australia and the ICC react to corruption claims surrounding the Ashes

Cricket Australia and the ICC moved to dismiss any suggestions that the Ashes was under threat from corruption or any kind of match fixing.

Optus Stadium streaker slapped with fine

A man who ran naked in front of almost 54,000 people attending a cricket match at Perth's new Optus Stadium has asked for help to pay his $5000 fine.

Yorkshire v Essex – Live Blog: Day Two updates from Headingley

Published: 09:46 Saturday 14 April 2018 WITH no play possible at Headingley on the planned first day of the 2018 county cricket season, it’s hoped spectators will get to see some action on day two.

England to have MINDERS in Australia to avoid another Ben Stokes street brawl

ENGLAND are to use minders in Australia in a bid to avoid a repeat of the Ben Stokes incident.

We are ready for England and Australia, says Bhuvneshwar

Paceman feels variations are key to his success in the shortest format Indian team's baptism by fire during the tour of South Africa augurs well for the tougher assignments against England and Australia later this year, feels pace spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Shaun Marsh puts Australia in charge of Second Test as England lose Mark Stoneman...

With dusk falling, Mitchell Starc sent his first delivery flying towards Alastair Cook at 91mph, achieving something England could not manage in the previous 149 overs.


Dean Jones willing to visit Pakistan to commentate during Sri Lanka...

Islamabad United coach and former Australian cricketer Dean Jones says he is very happy to learn that a World XI team and the Sri Lankan side will tour Pakistan this year, and has stated that he is ready to visit Pakistan as a commentator for the ser