Ashes: Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke
Ashes: Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

England paceman Stuart Broad is proud of the way his side have restricted Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes series so far but warned they cannot let the star batsman off the hook.

Ashes 2015: Mitchell Johnson relishing jeering from English spectators
Ashes 2015: Mitchell Johnson relishing jeering from English spectators

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson said on Tuesday he is enjoying the choral jousting he endures from the English crowd, adding that a couple of his antics in the recent third Test were planned to further infuriate the fans.

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.

`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.

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.

3rd Ashes Test, Day 2: Steven Finn's five-fer leaves England on brink of 2-1 lead
3rd Ashes Test, Day 2: Steven Finn's five-fer leaves England on brink of 2-1 lead

Steven Finn took England to the verge of a stunning victory in the third Test against Australia at Edgbaston on Thursday and a 2-1 Ashes series lead.

3rd Ashes Test, Day 2: England vs Australia - As it happened...

English pacer Steven Finn continued his good run in the third Ashes Test as he followed his two-wicket haul in the first innings with a five-fer in the second, putting his side in the driver's seat at the end of Day 2.

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: 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.

3rd Ashes Test, Day 1: England vs Australia - As it happened...

The opening day of the 3rd Ashes Test, being played at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, certainly belonged to the England. 

England 1st Innings

Ashes 2015: Special Edgbaston crowd can be our 12th man, says Alastair Cook
Ashes 2015: Special Edgbaston crowd can be our 12th man, says Alastair Cook

England want to bounce back from a disastrous showing at Lord`s by playing well enough to get a special Edgbaston crowd on their side in the third Ashes test against Australia, said captain Alastair Cook.

Ashes 2015: I can cope with move up to three, says under-fire Ian Bell
Ashes 2015: I can cope with move up to three, says under-fire Ian Bell

Struggling England batsman Ian Bell is backing himself to come good at number three in this week`s third Ashes test against Australia at Edgbaston, he said on Monday.

Form not fitness behind Michael Clarke`s struggles, says Michael di Venuto
Form not fitness behind Michael Clarke`s struggles, says Michael di Venuto

Australia captain Michael Clarke`s run of modest scores is not being exacerbated by his longstanding physical problems, according to team batting coach Michael di Venuto.

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.

3rd Ashes Test: Australia upbeat over Chris Rogers despite need for extra tests
3rd Ashes Test: Australia upbeat over Chris Rogers despite need for extra tests

Australia remain "hopeful" that opener Chris Rogers will feature in next week`s third Test at Edgbaston despite requiring further specialist treatment after succumbing to a sudden bout of dizziness during the second Ashes Test at Lord`s on Sunday.

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.

3rd Test: West Indies 280/8 on Day 3

Live updates of Day 3 of third Test between England and West Indies.

West Indies hit by poor decision-making: Gibson

Head coach Ottis Gibson says the embattled West Indies have played well in patches on the England tour, and if they were still hampered it is because of their "poor decision making" at critical moments.