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Ashes 2013 - England

Mitchell Johnson reveals how Matt Prior instigated England fans to taunt him

Former Australian speedster bares his soul in an autobiography titled "Resilient".

Five of Shane Watson's most terrible DRS calls

Shane Watson had only one successful DRS referral in nine attempts during his Ashes career.

Reports: Mahela Jayawardene to join England coaching staff

Facilitating the arrangement is the fact that Jayawardene has previous acquaintance with coaches Paul Farbrace and Trevor Bayliss from their respective stints as Sri Lanka coach. Team Director Andrew Strauss is yet to agree a deal with the Sri Lanka legend however, as is also reported.

Important numbers of The Ashes

The greatest clash of all in Cricket โ€“ The Ashes โ€“ is back for the 69th time in the history since 1882/83. This time it is in England and will begin at Cardiff on July 8.

5 Ashes spells that completely changed the course of the match

Johnson bowled one of the most memorable spells in history As another installment of the greatest rivalry in cricket draws near, what better time ...

Video: Steve Harmison forgets how to take his run-up

2013 Year in Review: The biggest cricket controversies of the year

Close but not close enough: 5 biggest umpiring blunders of 2013

Humour: Dustbin round table discussion- Ashes hashtags

We’re just hours away and the hype is building; BBC radio is betraying England fear by pondering how “cranky” (and, therefore, unconfident and caving under pressure) Michael Clarke was in … Continue reading →

No DRS better than inconsistent technology - Michael Clarke criticises referral system in his latest book

Cheating in sport - why is nothing being done?

New UDRS regulations - The good and the bad

Video: Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke reflects on difficult summer tour

Fred Spofforth - the player whose performance gave birth to The Ashes

Of Management and mis-Management: the ICC and its farcical governance

The Ashes 2013: Rating the debutants - the best and the worst

Top 5 batting performances - The Ashes in England 2013

Michael Holding terms pitches in England for Ashes as 'putrid'

The Ashes 2013: Player ratings for the series - England

So, the Ashes are over, huh? Nope. There's already a sequel in the works, to be released in winter this year. Much like the Saw franchise, the last good sequel came in 2005 and every further installment has just been really gory. No more excellent a...
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