Ashes 2015: James Anderson to be assessed over 'tight side'
Ashes 2015: James Anderson to be assessed over 'tight side'

England paceman James Anderson will be assessed after appearing to suffer a side strain bowling in Australia`s second innings during the third test on Thursday.

3rd Ashes Test, Day 1: James Anderson's six-fer puts England in drivers seat
3rd Ashes Test, Day 1: James Anderson's six-fer puts England in drivers seat

England were 133 for three in reply to Australia`s first innings 136, a deficit of three runs, when rain forced an early close to the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on Wednesday.

Ashes 2015: England will bowl short to dizzy Chris Rogers, says Mark Wood
Ashes 2015: England will bowl short to dizzy Chris Rogers, says Mark Wood

England will continue to bowl bouncers at Australian batsman Chris Rogers if the opener is passed fit for this week`s third Ashes test at Edgbaston after suffering from dizziness, seamer Mark Wood has said.

Ashes 2015: Derbyshire draw with Australia
Ashes 2015: Derbyshire draw with Australia

Derbyshire and Australia drew their three-day tour match at Derby on Saturday.

Stuart Broad backs England to recover in third Ashes Test
Stuart Broad backs England to recover in third Ashes Test

England paceman Stuart Broad insists the team`s crushing 405-run defeat by Australia in the second Ashes Test at Lord`s last week was not "the end of the world".

Ashes 2015: Peter Nevill set to keep Test place, Pat Cummins strikes against Derbyshire
Ashes 2015: Peter Nevill set to keep Test place, Pat Cummins strikes against Derbyshire

Australia wicket-keeper Peter Nevill was set to retain his Test place after being chosen ahead of Brad Haddin behind the stumps for the tour match with Derbyshire at the County Ground on Friday.

Jonny Bairstow marks England recall by sealing Yorkshire win
Jonny Bairstow marks England recall by sealing Yorkshire win

Jonny Bairstow marked his England recall with an unbeaten fifty as reigning champions Yorkshire beat Worcestershire by seven wickets on the final day of their County Championship clash at Scarborough on Wednesday.

Last ring for Ian Bell in third Test, feels Geoffrey Boycott
Last ring for Ian Bell in third Test, feels Geoffrey Boycott

 England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott believes it could be the end of senior batsman Ian Bell's career if the right-hander does not deliver in the third Ashes Test starting here from July 29.

Ashes 2015: Recalled Jonny Bairstow says he`s in `best form`
Ashes 2015: Recalled Jonny Bairstow says he`s in `best form`

Jonny Bairstow believes he is in the best form of his career after being handed an England recall ahead of the third Test against Australia at Edgbaston on July 29.

Ashes: Top order troubles mount for England
Ashes: Top order troubles mount for England

England know they have a problem when it comes to top-order collapses but whether they can solve it in time for the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston is another matter entirely.

Australia levelled the five-match series with a crushing 405-run win in the second Test at Lord`s on Sunday.

Australia's Chris Rogers recovering after dizzy spell, has 'delayed ear problem'
Australia's Chris Rogers recovering after dizzy spell, has 'delayed ear problem'

Australia opening batsman Chris Rogers is getting better after being forced to retire during the second innings of the Lord`s Ashes test on Sunday, Cricket Australia (CA) said on Monday.

Flat Lord's wicket played into Australia's hands: England coach
Flat Lord's wicket played into Australia's hands: England coach

 After crashing to a 405-run defeat against Australia in the second Ashes Test, England coach Trevor Bayliss blamed the pitch for the defeat, saying the flat wicket at Lord's "played into Australians' hands".

Steve Waugh's words of wisdom inspired me: Chris Rogers
Steve Waugh's words of wisdom inspired me: Chris Rogers

 Australia opener Chris Rogers has revealed former skipper Steve Waugh's words of wisdom inspired him to score an unbeaten knock of 158 runs on the first day of the second Ashes Test here.

Ashes 2015, 2nd Test Preview: Shane Watson faces axe as Australia seek to level series
Ashes 2015, 2nd Test Preview: Shane Watson faces axe as Australia seek to level series

Australia, reeling from the late withdrawal of wicket-keeper Brad Haddin, are reportedly set to drop Shane Watson for the second Ashes Test at Lord`s on Thursday as they bid to level the five-match series at 1-1.

Ashes 2015: Australia 'hopeful' over Mitchell Starc fitness
Ashes 2015: Australia 'hopeful' over Mitchell Starc fitness

Australia are optimistic fast bowler Mitchell Starc will be fit to face England in the second Ashes Test at Lord's starting on Thursday.

Ashes 2015: Darren Lehmann hints at Australia changes
Ashes 2015: Darren Lehmann hints at Australia changes

Australia coach Darren Lehmann has said the tourists are prepared to make changes for the second Ashes Test, amid speculation all-rounder Shane Watson is set to be dropped.

Ashes 2015: Aussie media calls for Shane Watson, Brad Haddin to go
Ashes 2015: Aussie media calls for Shane Watson, Brad Haddin to go

The futures of team elders Shane Watson and Brad Haddin were under scrutiny as critics on Sunday homed in on Australia`s first Ashes Test thumping by England at Cardiff.

Stuart Broad strikes as England eye win in Ashes opener
Stuart Broad strikes as England eye win in Ashes opener

Stuart Broad led England to within three wickets of victory in the first Ashes Test as Australia collapsed either side of lunch on the fourth day at Cardiff`s Sophia Gardens on Saturday.

Ashes 2015: Australia favourites, but England will fight, says Kevin Pietersen
Ashes 2015: Australia favourites, but England will fight, says Kevin Pietersen

 Exiled England batsman Kevin Pietersen says Australia are favourites to win the upcoming Ashes Test cricket series, but has warned them that the hosts will not go down without a fight.

Aussie Chris Rogers regrets ticket furore, had kept officials informed
Aussie Chris Rogers regrets ticket furore, had kept officials informed

 Chris Rogers has been frustrated by a furore over his securing tickets for the second Ashes test at Lord`s and then offering them as part of an unofficial hospitality package.