Ashes 2015: We expect Australia to come back hard in fourth Test, says Ian Bell
Ashes 2015: We expect Australia to come back hard in fourth Test, says Ian Bell

England batsman Ian Bell expects Australia to come back "hard if not harder" in the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge after an embarrassing loss at Edgbaston.

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.

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.

The Ashes 2015: Ian Bell will relish his chance to bat at number three, says Alastair Cook
The Ashes 2015: Ian Bell will relish his chance to bat at number three, says Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook has backed Ian Bell to return to form following the veteran batsman`s promotion to number three for the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.

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.

Ashes 2015: England need real Ian Bell to stand up
Ashes 2015: England need real Ian Bell to stand up

When in form, Ian Bell is one of the most elegant batsman to watch. But that hasn't been the case of late, a major reason behind England's debacle in the last one and a half years.

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: After Gary Ballance, is the axe looming over Ian Bell?
Ashes 2015: After Gary Ballance, is the axe looming over Ian Bell?

After the humiliating 405-run defeat from the hands of Australia in the 2nd Ashes Test, England once again applied their old 'chop and change policy' by replacing Gary Ballance with Jonny Bairstow in a 13-man squad for the third match of the series.

The Ashes 2015: Trevor Bayliss puts England batsmen on notice
The Ashes 2015: Trevor Bayliss puts England batsmen on notice

England coach Trevor Bayliss has told his side`s struggling batsmen they can take nothing for granted following a stunning collapse in the second Ashes Test at Lord`s.

Ashes 2015: England frustrated by lack of discipline
Ashes 2015: England frustrated by lack of discipline

England were left to reflect on a tough day in the field after Australia piled up 337 for one at the start of the second Ashes test at Lord`s on Thursday.

England still blinking after perfect Ashes start
England still blinking after perfect Ashes start

England left Cardiff on Sunday in a state of surprised euphoria after producing a near-perfect performance to crush Australia in the first Ashes test.

England unchanged for 2nd Ashes Test
England unchanged for 2nd Ashes Test

England today named an unchanged 13-man squad for the second Ashes Test against Australia which starts at Lord's on Thursday.

Geoffrey Boycott believes Australia stand `no chance of victory` in first Ashes Test
Geoffrey Boycott believes Australia stand `no chance of victory` in first Ashes Test

Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott has dismissed any prospect of Australia winning the first Ashes Test after the hosts posted an imposing 412-run target at stumps on day three in Cardiff.

Ian Bell still wary of Australia threat
Ian Bell still wary of Australia threat

Ian Bell insisted England would be anything but complacent despite leaving Australia with a mountain to climb to win the first Ashes Test in Cardiff on Friday.

Australia face record chase to win first Ashes Test
Australia face record chase to win first Ashes Test

Australia were set a target of 412 to win the first Ashes Test after dismissing England for 289 in their second innings to force the close of the third day in Cardiff on Friday.

Ashes 2015, 1st Test: Joe Root`s century leads England revival against Australia on Day 1
Ashes 2015, 1st Test: Joe Root`s century leads England revival against Australia on Day 1

Joe Root made Australia pay for dropping him on nought by making a century that rescued England from a dire position on the first day of the first Ashes Test at Sophia Gardens on Wednesday.

Glenn McGrath backs Josh Hazlewood, Joe Root to fire in Ashes
Glenn McGrath backs Josh Hazlewood, Joe Root to fire in Ashes

Australia legend Glenn McGrath on Thursday nominated a pair of young guns he expects to shine at the upcoming Ashes which is set to begin from July 8, namely pacer Josh Hazlewood and England batsman Joe Root.

'Aggressive' Virat Kohli should harness his passion, emotion: Geoffrey Boycott
'Aggressive' Virat Kohli should harness his passion, emotion: Geoffrey Boycott

England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott has come up with a handful of advice for India's new full-time Test captain Virat Kohli saying the aggressive batsman has to find his own way to get his players' support and try to harness his passion and emotion.

Mike Hesson hails New Zealand`s bold approach against England
Mike Hesson hails New Zealand`s bold approach against England

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said he was delighted by the way in which his side had "stuck to their guns" after coming from behind to draw a Test series with England.

James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Ian Bell out of England ODI squad
James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Ian Bell out of England ODI squad

England omitted several senior players, including pacemen James Anderson and Stuart Broad, as well as senior batsman Ian Bell, from their one-day squad announced Tuesday for their upcoming series with World Cup finalists New Zealand.