No need to chop and change, Aussies can win Ashes: Usman Khawaja
No need to chop and change, Aussies can win Ashes: Usman Khawaja

Australia A captain Usman Khawaja believes Michael Clarke's men can win the next two Tests and clinch the five-match Ashes series and there is no need to "chop and change" the current team which went down by eight wicket to England in the third Test at Edgbaston.

Ashes 2015: England should maintain consistency for remaining two Tests, says Trevor Bayliss
Ashes 2015: England should maintain consistency for remaining two Tests, says Trevor Bayliss

England cricket coach Trevor Bayliss on Saturday called on team members to maintain their consistency for the rest of the Ashes series.

Ashes 2015: Beleaguered Ian Bell chimes in at crucial moment
Ashes 2015: Beleaguered Ian Bell chimes in at crucial moment

Ian Bell, under enormous pressure after a poor run of form and promoted to number three in the order, answered his critics in emphatic fashion with a composed unbeaten 65 to steer England to victory in the third Ashes test on Friday.

Ashes 2015: James Anderson aiming for Oval return
Ashes 2015: James Anderson aiming for Oval return

England paceman James Anderson hopes to overcome a side injury in time for next month`s fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval.

`I need to contribute,` says Michael Clarke after dismal Ashes show
`I need to contribute,` says Michael Clarke after dismal Ashes show

Australia captain Michael Clarke said his side had been "playing with 10 players" as his lean spell with the bat continued during an eight-wicket defeat by England in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.

3rd Ashes Test: England beat Australia by eight wickets inside three days, take 2-1 lead
3rd Ashes Test: England beat Australia by eight wickets inside three days, take 2-1 lead

England beat Australia by eight wickets to win the third Test at Edgbaston on Friday with more than two days to spare as they took a 2-1 lead in the five-match Ashes series.

3rd Ashes Test: Australia's batting collapse on 2nd day pathetic, says Geoffrey Boycott
3rd Ashes Test: Australia's batting collapse on 2nd day pathetic, says Geoffrey Boycott

England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott has said Australia’s batting collapse on the second day of the third Ashes Test was both "pathetic" and "embarrassing".

Trevor Bayliss had major role in England's comeback: Mark Waugh
Trevor Bayliss had major role in England's comeback: Mark Waugh

Former Australian batsman and present national selector Mark Waugh believes England's remarkable turnaround in the Ashes series that has seen them rebound from a thumping to the brink of triumph in two days of cricket could owe much to their Australian coach Trevor Bayliss.

Ashes 2015: Australia wrong to drop Brad Haddin for third Test, says Ricky Ponting
Ashes 2015: Australia wrong to drop Brad Haddin for third Test, says Ricky Ponting

Former captain Ricky Ponting believes Australia were wrong to leave wicketkeeper Brad Haddin out of the team for the third Ashes test and says they will miss his experience when it starts at Edgebaston later on Wednesday.

Michael Clarke spends time in middle ahead of third Ashes Test
Michael Clarke spends time in middle ahead of third Ashes Test

Australia captain Michael Clarke got in some batting practice ahead of the third Ashes Test against England as a tour match with Derbyshire petered out into a draw on Saturday.

2nd Ashes Test: Australia rout England by 405 runs, level series 1-1
2nd Ashes Test: Australia rout England by 405 runs, level series 1-1

Australia thrashed England by 405 runs to win the second Ashes Test at Lord`s on Sunday and level the five-match series at 1-1.

Ashes 2015: Australia suffer Chris Rogers setback
Ashes 2015: Australia suffer Chris Rogers setback

Australia opener Chris Rogers was forced to retire hurt after suffering a dizzy spell on the fourth morning of the second Ashes Test against England at Lord`s on Sunday.

Alastair Cook becomes first batsman to get out in 90s three times at Lord's
Alastair Cook becomes first batsman to get out in 90s three times at Lord's

England skipper Alastair Cook on Saturday created a dubious record for getting out most times in the nervous nineties at the Lord's. He was bowled by Mitchell Marsh at 96, in response to Australia's first Innings total of 566 runs in the second Ashes Test.

Michael Hussey predicts tough Ashes 2015, says Joe Root will be key for England
Michael Hussey predicts tough Ashes 2015, says Joe Root will be key for England

Australia's veteran batsman Michael ​Hussey on Wednesday said the upcoming Ashes series between hosts England and Australia will be a tough contest, adding that batsman Joe Root will be the key for the home side.

Brett Lee urges Mitchell Starc to look up to Glenn McGrath
Brett Lee urges Mitchell Starc to look up to Glenn McGrath

Former fast bowler Brett Lee on Thursday said if Australia’s World Cup hero Mitchell Starc is to carry his good form in upcoming Ashes series, he has to heed the advice of legendary Glenn McGrath.

Trevor Bayliss makes Australia`s Ashes job tougher: Darren Lehmann
Trevor Bayliss makes Australia`s Ashes job tougher: Darren Lehmann

The appointment of Trevor Bayliss as the new England coach will make Australia`s job of winning the Ashes series much harder, his Australian counterpart Darren Lehmann said on Wednesday.

Australia opener Chris Rogers to retire after Ashes
Australia opener Chris Rogers to retire after Ashes

Australia opening batsman Chris Rogers said Monday he plans to retire from Tests after this year`s Ashes series in England.

Kevin Pietersen warns Andrew Strauss over England `treachery`
Kevin Pietersen warns Andrew Strauss over England `treachery`

Kevin Pietersen has said Andrew Strauss must restore public confidence after a "treacherous 15 months" should the former captain be appointed as English cricket`s new supremo.

In-form Australia too good for England, says Steve Smith
In-form Australia too good for England, says Steve Smith

Australia have a huge hunger for an Ashes triumph in England, according to all rounder Shane Watson, while batsman Steve Smith believes this year`s series will not even be close if the tourists play to their potential.

Josh Hazlewood withdraws from Indian Premier League
Josh Hazlewood withdraws from Indian Premier League

Australia's World Cup winning pace bowler Josh Hazlewood has opted out of the 2015 edition of the Indian Premier League. According to reports, the 24-year-old has taken the decision to leave the cash-rich league to give himself enough chance to play in the summer's Ashes series and Frank Worrell Trophy in the winter.