Chasing a target of 383, England folded for 197 as Pat Cummins took four wickets to pierce through its top and middle order, and Nathan L...Read More
Holding a first-innings advantage of 112 runs, the Australians were 82-3 by tea with Marnus Labuschagne on 13 and Travis Head on 17.
Star batsman Smith suffered delayed concussion symptoms after being hit on his neck by a 92 mph bouncer from England fast bowler Jofra Ar...Read More
Holders Australia, bidding to win their first away Ashes series for 18 years, humbled England last time out thanks in large part to Smith
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His remarks come after Smith's match-winning effort against England in the first Test match of the ongoing Ashes.
Smith, pilloried and banned for a year over the infamous 'Sandpaper-gate' affair, rose above taunts of "We saw you cry on the telly" with...Read More
Smith as good as he ever was Any thoughts Steve Smith might be rusty on his return to Test cricket following a 12-month ban for his invol...Read More
They were eventually dismissed for 146 in their second innings, with off-spinner Lyon taking 6-49 -- a haul that included his 350th Test ...Read More
Smith, back in the team after 16 months of suspension, followed a brilliant 144 on day one with an equally fine 142 on day four to become...Read More
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Warner also acknowledged the crowd by opening both his palms to show that there was nothing in his hands before emptying his pockets too.
England resumed the game on Day 2 from 10/0 and are now only just 17 runs behind from Australia, who were bundled out on 284 runs on Day 1.
Australia could only manage to get the wicket of Root, thanks to Peter Siddle who helped his side get the only breakthrough in the aftern...Read More
"I'll bat at number three which is quite exciting. I think it's a positive move for me, I quite like the idea of getting out there pretty...Read More
Warner got leg-before off Stuart Broad for just two runs. The wicket triggered the prepared spectators who stood up and waved sandpapers ...Read More
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England and Australia will face each other in the 1st Ashes Test at Edgbaston on Thursday.
England and Australia will face each other in the opening Test at Edgbaston starting from August 1.
After the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 nail-biting finale, the action is all set to shift over to the longest form of cricket. And what bet...Read More
Sydney: England coach Trevor Bayliss will step down after the next Ashes series in 2019, he announced today as the media slammed him over...Read More
London: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has closed the doors on the prospect of hosting a day-night Test match against Australi...Read More