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5 English players who started on a high but fizzled out later
5 English players who started on a high but fizzled out later
Five English cricketers who started with a bang but failed to maintain the consistency.
Chris Tremlett retires from international cricket
Chris Tremlett retires from international cricket
England's paceman Chris Tremlett announced his retirement.
21 cricket facts and records which will amaze you
21 cricket facts and records which will amaze you
The most amazing compilation of weird records, facts, figures and incidents on cricket.
Boxing day match - What does history indicate about India's performance at the G?
Boxing day match - What does history indicate about India's performance at the G?
The G has given us so many moments - First ever Test, First ever ODI, the ugly underarm incident, 92 World cup finals, Muttiah Muralitharan being no-balled for throwing, and all the entertainment provided from Bay 13. Last year’s Boxing day Ashes saw a record attendance of 91 thousand. How will it fare this year?
We were lucky to be on the winning side, says Perth Scorchers' Mitchell Marsh
We were lucky to be on the winning side, says Perth Scorchers' Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh hit two sixes off the last 2 balls to win Perth Scorchers their opening CL T20 tie.
Tallest cricketers of all time
Tallest cricketers of all time
Cricket is a mixture of art and skill, and sports are run on talents of individuals; however, sometimes it is the physical attributes of a player th ...
Chris Tremlett: Kevin Pietersen's only sin was to speak his mind
Chris Tremlett: Kevin Pietersen's only sin was to speak his mind
England fast bowler Chris Tremlett has jumped to the defence of Kevin Pietersen, saying that the 33-year-old was only voicing his opinion.
5 players England must sack after the Ashes whitewash
5 players England must sack after the Ashes whitewash
The Ashes 2013/14: 1st Test, Day 1 - The Quick Flicks
The Ashes 2013/14: 1st Test, Day 1 - The Quick Flicks
Ashes 2013-14: Michael Clarke reveals England XI for first Test before official announcement
Ashes 2013-14: Michael Clarke reveals England XI for first Test before official announcement
Australia's "should be" squad for the upcoming Ashes series
Australia's "should be" squad for the upcoming Ashes series
England's plan for the Ashes: Solid batting and a one dimensional attack
England's plan for the Ashes: Solid batting and a one dimensional attack
England announce squad for winter Ashes down under
England announce squad for winter Ashes down under
England to announce squad to tour Australia on Monday, Tim Bresnan doubtful
England to announce squad to tour Australia on Monday, Tim Bresnan doubtful
The Ashes 2013: Final test preview
The Ashes 2013: Final test preview
The Investec Ashes series heads to the Oval for the 5th and final test this week with England looking to make history by securing a 4-0 home victory over Australia for the first time.All-rounder Chris Woakes and spinner Simon Kerrigan have been drafted into the three-lion’s squad to replace injured pace men Graham Onions and Tim Bresnan; the latter ruled out for the rest of the cricket summer with a stress fracture of the lower back.Australia meanwhile enter the final test once again in disarray after a humiliating 74-run defeat in the 4th test at Durham and the tourists will be desperate to restore some pride ahead of the return series which starts in Perth this November. Struggling skipper Michael Clarke will be hoping that his fragile batting unit can finally string together some runs, having only once passed 300 with the bat in 8 innings so far in England.Usman Khawaja, Phil Hughes and Steve Smith were all warned by coach Darren Lehman last week that their “careers are on the line” following their failures so far in the series and those 3 will be battling to put that right when the action commences on Wednesday.The tourists also have concerns over their bowling attack with the injury-prone Ryan Harris likely to be wrapped in cotton wool following his heroic exertions with the ball at Chester-Le-Street and selection dilemmas concerning Jackson Bird and Mitchell Starc.England will be in buoyant mood ahead of their trip to the Oval, a ground where they have won 16 from 35 Ashes tests, and the hosts are set to recall quick-man Chris Tremlett who last featured against the Australians when he took England’s final wicket to cement a 3-1 series triumph down-under in 2010/11.Spectators will hoping that any rain stays away for the 5 days but some forecasters are predicting partial disruption to play which is why bookmakers like Williamhillare pricing the draw at 5/2.Regardless of the result, at the end of this test match England will once again be presented with the famous urn. Australia’s mission is to lay down the foundations for a different outcome later this year.
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