4th Ashes Test: Is it make or break for Michael Clarke? Aussie media feels so
4th Ashes Test: Is it make or break for Michael Clarke? Aussie media feels so

Australia captain Michael Clarke`s Test career could be over if he fails with the bat during the fourth Test at Trent Bridge, Australian media said Tuesday, saying he looks `lost` and knows the end is near.

Ashes: Shane Warne joins Ricky Ponting in criticising Australia's decision to drop Brad Haddin
Ashes: Shane Warne joins Ricky Ponting in criticising Australia's decision to drop Brad Haddin

Soon after former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting criticised Australian selectors to drop Brad Haddin for the third Ashes Test, Shane Warne too made his views public by saying that the wicketkeeper batsman deserved to be brought back into the playing XI.

Ashes 2015: England yet to overcome fear of facing Mitchell Johnson
Ashes 2015: England yet to overcome fear of facing Mitchell Johnson

While his brutal pace bowling in the previous Ashes series was a treat to watch for cricket fans across the world, it was nothing less than a nightmare for Alastair Cook and his boys, who suffered several blows from Mitchell Johnson during their 5-0 annihilation in the previous series.

Ashes 2015: Chris Rogers gets through nets session
Ashes 2015: Chris Rogers gets through nets session

Australia opener Chris Rogers came through a nets session against the tourists` pace attack with no visible ill-effects at Edgbaston on Monday as he aimed to prove his fitness for the third Ashes Test.

The Ashes 2015: Critics rail at featherbed Lord's pitch
The Ashes 2015: Critics rail at featherbed Lord's pitch

As Australia resumed play on Friday morning at 337 for one having had very little trouble from England`s bowlers on the opening day, the dead pitch was a hot topic of conversation among punters settling down around Lord`s.

Ricky Ponting to ring Lord's bell before start of second Ashes Test
Ricky Ponting to ring Lord's bell before start of second Ashes Test

Ricky Ponting will ring the bell to signal five minutes before the start of play on day one of the second Test between England and Australia at Lord's tomorrow.

Ashes 2015: Defeated Australia turned down post-match beer with England
Ashes 2015: Defeated Australia turned down post-match beer with England

A sore and defeated Australia turned down an invitation from England to share a post-match beer after the tourists` humbling loss in the first Ashes test in Cardiff, paceman James Anderson said.

Ashes 2015: Australia optimistic on Mitchell Starc's fitness for Lord's
Ashes 2015: Australia optimistic on Mitchell Starc's fitness for Lord's

Paceman Mitchell Starc took pain-killing injections for his strained ankle to bowl through Australia`s opening Ashes defeat in Cardiff but is confident he will be fit for the second match at Lord`s, captain Michael Clarke has said.

Andrew Flintoff predicts England Ashes victory
Andrew Flintoff predicts England Ashes victory

 Former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff has predicted a 2-1 victory for Alastair Cook's side over Australia in this summer's Ashes series beginning on Wednesday.

Mitchell Marsh stakes Ashes claim with quickfire ton against Kent
Mitchell Marsh stakes Ashes claim with quickfire ton against Kent

Mitchell Marsh outshone Shane Watson as the two all-rounders vied for an Ashes place during Australia`s tour opener against Kent at Canterbury on Saturday.

Nathan Lyon to introduce mystery delivery against England
Nathan Lyon to introduce mystery delivery against England

Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon claimed that he has developed a mystery delivery ahead of the high-profile Ashes series against their traditional rivals England, according to reports.

Chris Rogers` Ashes ticket scheme shuts down: Reports
Chris Rogers` Ashes ticket scheme shuts down: Reports

A company in which Australia opener Chris Rogers is a partner has been banned from selling tickets for next month`s Ashes Test at Lord`s at up to £2,910 apiece (AUS $5,914), the ESPNcricinfo website and the Daily Telegraph reported Tuesday.

Australia need to be at their best in Ashes, says Steve Smith
Australia need to be at their best in Ashes, says Steve Smith

Australia might have thrashed England 5-0 in their previous Ashes contest Down Under but key batsman Steve Smith feels their arch-rivals in Test cricket would be a force to reckon with in the July-August return series in England.

Australia Test return main goal for James Faulkner
Australia Test return main goal for James Faulkner

Australia’s World Cup final hero James Faulkner on Saturday said he wasn't surprised he missed selection in the Ashes squad but pointed out that his main goal is to get back into the Australian Test squad.

ICC admit umpire error in England`s final wicket
ICC admit umpire error in England`s final wicket

The International Cricket Council said the match umpires had made a mistake after reviewing England`s final dismissal in the World Cup against Australia on Saturday which potentially cost James Taylor a century.

Hosts Australia, New Zealand lay down World Cup markers
Hosts Australia, New Zealand lay down World Cup markers

Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand both enjoyed dominating wins in front of their own fans as they launched the World Cup with a pair of crushing victories on Saturday.

Australia vs England: Bailey salutes match-winners Finch and Marsh
Australia vs England: Bailey salutes match-winners Finch and Marsh

Australia skipper George Bailey praised match-winning centurion Aaron Finch and five-wicket star Mitchell Marsh after the World Cup co-hosts crushed England by 111 runs in their opening game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday.

Australia vs England: Eoin Morgan sinks in Mitchell Marsh swamp
Australia vs England: Eoin Morgan sinks in Mitchell Marsh swamp

England captain Eoin Morgan`s desperate run of poor form continued when he was out for his fourth duck in five innings during his side`s World Cup opener against Australia in Melbourne on Saturday.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia vs England – As it happened...
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia vs England – As it happened...

Live updates from 2nd match of ICC World Cup 2015 to be played between Australia and England.

ICC World Cup 2015: Hosts look to start with a bang
ICC World Cup 2015: Hosts look to start with a bang

There will be little love lost when arch-rivals Australia and England meet for a Valentine`s Day clash in front of an estimated crowd of more than 90,000 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground when the 2015 World Cup gets underway on Saturday.