Anderson admits ECB doctored pitches to suit them during Ashes
Anderson said there is no harm and shame in making pitches favouring the hosts in the future.
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin retires from cricket
Brad Haddin announces his retirement from cricket today, leaving a widening hole in the Australian dressing room.
Australia could field an unrecognisable Test team in near future
Injury and retirement could force Australia to field their most unrecognisable Test team in nearly four decades.
Decision to exclude Kevin Pietersen from England has helped the team - Andrew Strauss
England are benefiting from the decision to exclude former batsman Kevin Pietersen from selection, says English cricket chief Andrew Strauss.
Don Bradman's blazer sells for a massive A$132,000
The blazer was worn by Australian cricketing great Donald Bradman during his first series as test captain.
Shane Watson retires from Test cricket
All-rounder quits five-day international game with immediate effect.
Famous WACA stadium of Perth to be scrapped for future tournaments including Ashes
Future Ashes Test matches in Perth are to be moved away from the iconic Waca ground to a new stadium in the city.
Ian Bell retires from ODIs
England batsman retires to focus on Tests.
Michael Clarke might return to IPL
Retired Australian captain Clarke considering second shot at IPL.
Cook and England fined by ICC
Alastair Cook and the rest of the England team have been fined by the ICC for a slow over-rate during the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
Hazlewood ruled out of final Ashes test at The Oval
Australia fast bowler to miss final Ashes Test with injury, Pat Cummins may return.
Chris Rogers retires from Test cricket
The opening batsman confirms he will join Michael Clarke in retiring after series.
Steve Smith confirmed as next Australia Test cricket captain
David Warner named deputy following Michael Clarke’s retirement.
3 minute silence to be staged by protesters before the start of 5th Ashes Test
Protest planned outside The Oval for final Ashes Test over state of modern cricket.
Langer shocked by Shaun Marsh snub
Test great Justin Langer says he was left shocked by Shaun Marsh's ODI snub, claiming the 32-year-old still has plenty to offer in the short-form arena.
Banning WAGS will lead to divorces, warns Aussie Chief selector Rod Marsh
Reports of disunity and the ill effect of having wives and girlfriends on tour have also been cited as possible reasons of failure by the media.
Warner's partner defends WAGS and denies bust-up with Michael Clarke's wife
Candice Falzon says players' partners have been a help rather than hindrance and says she hasn't had a run-in with Australia captain's wife.
Brad Haddin's Ashes tour over, leaves before the final test
The veteran Australian wicketkeeper is returning to Sydney for family reasons.
Smith named Australian cricket team's one-day squad for England & Ireland series
World Cup-winning squad refreshed with seven new players to face England and Ireland.
'Outplayed by a superior team': Darren Lehmann apologises for Ashes defeat
Coach Darren Lehmann has apologized on behalf of the Australian team for their embarrassing Ashes series thumping in England.
England make one change for the final Ashes Test
Star paceman given the opportunity to prove his fitness ahead of the fifth and final Test.
Michael Clarke set to retire after nightmare Ashes campaign
Australian Test cricket captain Michael Clarke is set to announce his retirement after what has been a nightmare Ashes campaign in England.
Drink-drive cricketer James Faulkner fined 10,000 Pounds
In an apology, James Faulkner said he made an "error in judgement" when he decided to drive home.
Retirement talk 'rubbish', says Clarke
Captain bristles against suggestions he has lost the hunger to compete at international level.
Peter Nevill retained as Australia's keeper for third Ashes Test
Peter Nevill is to retain his position as Australia's wicketkeeper for the third Ashes Test against England, skipper Michael Clarke announced Tuesday in a move that could signal the end of Brad Haddin's international career.
Australia opener Chris Rogers trains well ahead of third Ashes Test
Recovering Australia batsman Chris Rogers has net.
Ballance axed, Bairstow recalled
England's selectors make one change for third Ashes Test at Edgbaston starting July 29.
Shane Watson dropped by Australia for second Ashes Test
Under performing all-rounder reported to be replaced by Mitchell Marsh.
ASHES 2015: Brad Haddin will miss the second Ashes Test at Lord’s
New South Wales gloveman Peter Nevill set to make his Test debut.
England appoints Trevor Bayliss as Head Coach
The 52-year-old former Sri Lanka coach succeeds the sacked Peter Moores, having been preferred to his compatriot Jason Gillespie, the Yorkshire coach, who was the initial favourite for the job.
Australia announce their Ashes squad
Adam Voges and Pakistan-born spinner Fawad Ahmed have been included in Australia's 17-man Test squad to play England this summer.
I didn't intend to offend anyone: Haddin
Brad Haddin speaks about the final after World Cup victory.
Ricky Ponting feels Steven Smith should be the next Australian captain
Steven Smith has won Ricky Ponting's backing to succeed Michael Clarke as Australia's next ODI skipper.
Ravi Bopara hits out at the culture of English cricket
News from the English frontier after England's debacle in the Cricket World Cup 2015.
Kevin Pietersen pulls out of Indian Premier League deal to boost England bid
Kevin Pietersen plans to return to county cricket with Surrey.
Shane Watson: Dynamite that never exploded
Watto had infinite potential in a team full of greats, but never really lived up to anything.
Ringing the Bell of precedence
Ian Bell's retirement from ODIs is setting a precedent for many in a world increasingly dominated by short-form cricket.
Rogers bows out at the top of his game
Life has not been easy or kind for Chris Rogers, but he has made the most of it.
England – Ashes holders but ever world beaters?
England won the urn, but they will never rule the roost.
Why Australia lost the Ashes
Misdirected aggression, inconsistency, and an inability to adapt derailed the Aussies.
Clarke and Rogers: The tale of similar dissimilarities
At the end of contrasting careers, Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers are retiring together.
Michael Clarke's rumble in the jungle
One of Clarke's best innings was all grit, instead of his usual grace.
The Golden Boy walks away
A look at the ups and (more frequent) downs of the Clarke Era.
Plenty of questions for Australia to answer
An old side, no replacements, and almost everyone out of form. What can Australia do?
Burnt to Ashes
From barely there batsmen to inconsistent bowlers, this Australia has next to nothing going for it.
On Australia, scheduling, and changing your game
The Aussies are having trouble adapting, and that is a larger issue to be addressed, says Lisa Sthalekar.
On the policy of resting players
All players require rest, but striking the right balance is what's difficult.
Wanted: A Few Good (Australian) Batsmen
The Aussies are overly reliant on a few batsmen, and the bowlers can't pick up the slack all the time.
The lions roared at Edgbaston
England won the 3rd test with indispensable help from the Birmingham crowd.
England & Greece, suffering from austerity
The 2nd test at Lord's saw England regress and suffer. A reversal is definitely possible.
The unfair fairytale of Kevin Pietersen
Cricket and cricket-lovers will suffer from Kevin Pietersen not playing.
‘Old’ Aussies catch ‘young’ home team napping
England's flaws have been found out while Aussie strengths shine again.
The ups and downs of Mitchell Johnson
From young boy with unfulfilled potential, to fiery demon dreaded by all, and back.
A review of the Reviewer
It's time for Shane Watson to pack up. Naturally, he'd want to review that decision.
Australia's Welsh Woes
The New England (TM) ran through Dad's Army without much trouble. More to follow?
"It's the Ashes!"
The story of a young boy falling in love with a sport in 2005.
Beefy & me
As a captain, Botham wasn't great. At Headingley, he was quite something else.
Australia's fearsome pacemen are multiplying England's apprehension after their past experiences.
Ashes 2015: Rekindling the Rivalry
After a cramped double-series, this Ashes will fire up the new blood on both sides.
England (5th Test) : Alastair Cook (captain), Adam Lyth, Ian Bell, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, Steve Finn, Jimmy Anderson, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid
England (4th Test) : Alastair Cook (captain), Moeen Ali, Jonathan Bairstow, Ian Bell, Stuart Broad, Jos Buttler (wk), Steven Finn, Mark Footitt, Adam Lyth, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Mark Wood, James Anderson (got injured in the 3rd Test)
England (3rd Test) : Alastair Cook (captain), Adam Lyth, Ian Bell, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, James Anderson, Adil Rashid, Steven Finn
England (2nd Test) : Alastair Cook (captain), Adam Lyth, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, James Anderson, Adil Rashid, Steven Finn
England (1st Test) : Alastair Cook (captain), Adam Lyth, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, James Anderson, Adil Rashid, Steven Finn
Australia : Michael Clarke (captain), Steve Smith (vice-captain), Fawad Ahmed, Brad Haddin (wk), Josh Hazlewood, Ryan Harris, Mitchell Johnson, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Peter Nevill (wk), Chris Rogers, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc, Adam Voges, David Warner, Shane Watson