Free Press Journal
  • India vs England: Stuart Broad fined 15 percent of match fee for behaving aggressively after dismissing Rishabh Pant

    Nottingham: England fast bowler Stuart Broad has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the second day of the third Test against India at Trent Bridge. Broad was found to have breached Article 2.1.7 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to “using language, actions or gestures which disparage or which could

  • Unrealistic to expect seamers to play all five Tests: Stuart Broad

    Birmingham : England pacer Stuart Broad has revealed that he and James Anderson are likely to be rotated through the five-Test series against India starting August 1 as part of the team management’s strategy to balance the duo’s workload.

  • This Indian pace battery has unusual variety and depth, says Alastair Cook

    Birmingham : Former England skipper Alastair Cook feels India’s pace battery has variety and depth, something that they have lacked as a touring side all these years. “India seem to have got a good variety of bowlers, especially pace bowlers, which is probably unusual. They have strength in depth in their pace bowling,” said cook.

  • Unrealistic to expect seamers to play all five Tests: Stuart Broad

    Birmingham: England pacer Stuart Broad has revealed that he and James Anderson are likely to be rotated through the five-Test series against India starting August 1 as part of the team management’s strategy to balance the duo’s workload.

  • ‘2012 was one of the best series I have ever played in India’

    London : The Ashes remains the pinnacle of Test cricket for James Anderson “like any Englishman” but the showdowns against India also rank pretty high as the World No.1 side brings out the absolute best in him — the 2012 away series being a case in point.

  • England hammer Pakistan to win second Test and square the series

    Leeds : England thrashed Pakistan by an innings and 55 runs to win the second cricket Test at Headingley here on Sunday. Victory, completed inside three days, saw England level the two-match series at 1-1 after Pakistan won the first Test at Lord’s by nine wickets.

  • England vs New Zealand Christchurch Test: England need four NZ wickets to level series

    Christchurch: England removed a stubborn Tom Latham to close in on victory in the second Test at Christchurch today, with New Zealand 191 for six at tea on the final day. However, they are racing the elements with clouds building on the horizon. Stuart Broad took two wickets with the first two balls of the day to start a flow of dismissals, leaving New Zealand to pin their hopes on a stubborn

  • England vs New Zealand Auckland Test: Stuart Broad reaches 400 wickets milestone

    Auckland: Stuart Broad became just the second England bowler to reach 400 Test dismissals when he captured the wicket of Tom Latham on the opening day of the first Test against New Zealand in Auckland on Thursday. In the gathering dusk in the first over after the dinner break, the 31-year-old Nottingham bowler had Latham caught at midwicket by Chris Woakes during the day-night Test    The England players rushed from all

  • Cook, Broad silence critics

    Melbourne : Alastair Cook hit a long- awaited century and Stuart Broad snapped up four wickets as England’s much-maligned old guard finally enjoyed a day to remember in the Ashes series on Wednesday.

  • No hard feelings, says Broad as wickets return

    “You’ve got to say your opinion, you’ve got to be critical at times and I deserve criticism after the Perth Test defeat for sure. I am not going to hold any grudges or get too disappointed if people slag me off because at the end of the day in 15 years’ time I might be doing the same, not six months.” Stuart Broad..

  • Australia dig in under lights

    Adelaide : England snared the prized wicket of their nemesis Steve Smith as Australia toiled under the lights in a feisty opening day of the first-ever day-night Ashes Test here.

  • Stuart Broad plays down Ashes ‘war’

    London : England paceman Stuart Broad is refusing to rise to Australia opener David Warner’s declaration of “war” as Joe Root’s men prepare to fly out to defend the Ashes.   The pugnacious Warner said earlier this month he would “dig deep to get some hatred” for the England team ahead of the series, adding: “As soon as you step on that line it’s war.”

  • Down memory lane: Yuvi recalls hitting six sixes off Broad

    Mumbai : A decade has passed since Yuvraj Singh had smashed Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over and the veteran batsman recalled that historic moment, saying he was happy to give it back to England.

  • Stuart Broad want to play till 2019 Ashes series

    London: Pacer Stuart Broad, who recently surpassed Sir Ian Botham in the list of England’s all-time Test wicket-takers, has said he wants to play till 2019 Ashes series. Broad moved past Botham’s tally of 383 wickets in the first-Test win against West Indies at Edgbaston.

  • England-West Indies Test series begins with day-nighter

    Birmingham: Before this week, Stuart Broad only had one experience of bowling with a pink cricket ball and that was sending down a delivery in a demonstration for a British TV channel in June. On Thursday, the England paceman will be playing an international match with them, one of a raft of new challenges facing him and his teammates in their first-ever day-night Test.