England fast bowler Stuart Broad insists he will go on the Ashes tour of Australia despite concerns over Covid-19 restrictions.
Australia Test captain Tim Paine says he is “extremely confident” of being ready for the Ashes against England after invasive neck surgery.
Australia Test captain Tim Paine will undergo surgery for a pinched nerve in his neck, but is confident of being fit for the opening Test of the Ashes series against England.
The dramatic last-minute cancellation of the deciding fifth Test at Old Trafford has heightened the tension already surrounding the upcoming Ashes series, although English cricket’s top administrator still believes postponement is “probably not where we are going to end up”.
Cricket Australia chief Nick Hockley believes the 2021-22 Ashes series against England can be played in front of crowds as scheduled, despite coronavirus concerns.
England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison said on Thursday he was “confident” this year’s Ashes tour of Australia would proceed as planned despite possible coronavirus travel restrictions.
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Shane Warne has slammed Ricky Ponting’s decision to bowl first in the second Test at Edgbaston during the 2005 Ashes series, calling it ‘the worst decision made by a captain I played under’.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali’s allegation that he was called ‘Osama’ by an Australian player during the 2015 Ashes is set to be investigated by Cricket Australia.
Australia quick Josh Hazlewood believes the forthcoming four-Test series against the Proteas could be ‘tougher than the Ashes’.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been charged with ‘affray’ over the incident outside a Bristol nightclub in September.
Australia duly wrapped up the fifth and final Ashes Test by an innings and 123 runs, winning the series 4-0.
England teetered on the brink of their fourth Ashes defeat when they closed day four on 93-4, still 210 runs behind Australia in Sydney.
Australia exposed a weak England bowling attack as they ploughed on to 479-4 on day three of the final Ashes Test in Sydney.
A 107-run stand between Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith piled the pressure on England on day two of the final Ashes Test in Sydney.