Jofra Archer is expected to make his much-anticipated Test bow for England in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
Former India and South Africa coach Gary Kirsten will take charge of the men’s Cardiff-based side for the inaugural edition of The Hundred next year.
Jos Buttler believes Jofra Archer’s “X factor” can re-energise England’s Ashes challenge.
Jofra Archer and Jack Leach have been included in England’s 12-man squad for the second Ashes Test at Lord’s next week but Moeen Ali has been dropped.
Umpire Joel Wilson had an error-strewn game as Australia beat England by 251 runs in the first Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
It is the question England have tried and struggled to answer throughout the first Ashes Test at Edgbaston – just how do you remove Steve Smith?
Steve Smith once again held Australia’s Ashes hopes on his shoulders as England’s bowlers fought in vain to dismiss their nemesis on the third evening of the opening Test.
Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad ushered England to what could be a priceless 90-run lead after a middle-order collapse on the third day of their Ashes opener against Australia.
England scrapped their way to a 44-run lead on the third morning of their Ashes opener against Australia, losing four for 61 in the opening session at Edgbaston.
Stoneywood-Dyce’s position in mid-table of the Eastern Premier may be secured.
Mark Wood will play no part in this summer’s Ashes after undergoing an operation on a left knee injury sustained in helping England to World Cup glory last month.
Australia batsman Steve Smith admitted there was a period during his ball-tampering ban where he wondered if he would ever play cricket again after confounding the boo-boys with a defiant Ashes century.
Steve Harmison believes veteran pair James Anderson and Stuart Broad hold the key to England reclaiming the Ashes this summer.
Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad produced a masterful new-ball spell to steamroller Ireland for 38 at Lord’s, delivering a thumping England victory to end a remarkable maiden Test between the nations.
Ireland were left chasing 182 to record a famous Test victory over England after Stuart Thompson bowled Olly Stone with the first ball of the third morning.
England’s unlikely batting saviour Jack Leach insists all the pressure is on Ireland as they look to complete what would go down as one of the biggest shocks in Test history.
Nightwatchman Jack Leach fell eight runs short of an unlikely century as England clawed their way back into contention against Ireland on a finely poised second afternoon at the Specsavers Test.
Jack Leach fell just short of becoming the first England nightwatchman to score a Test century on Thursday.
Nightwatchman Jack Leach fell eight runs short of an unlikely century as England clawed their way back into the Specsavers Test against Ireland on the back of his efforts.
Nightwatchman Jack Leach and debutant Jason Roy hit maiden half-centuries as England wiped out their day one deficit on the second morning of the Specsavers Test against Ireland.
Theresa May enjoyed a moment out of the sun while watching England’s cricket team at Lord’s just a day after she bowled out of Number 10.
England will attempt to shake off a humiliating World Cup hangover after sustaining a 122-run deficit on a humbling first day of Test cricket against Ireland.
Sussex stunned Hampshire in the Vitality Blast as Reece Topley enjoyed a debut to remember against his former club.
David Warner warmed up for the Ashes with a half-century in Australia’s inter-squad match as wickets continued to tumble at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
England’s World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan has been praised after taking time to play a game in a north London park with a “lovely Afghan family”.
England have received congratulations for their Cricket World Cup win from an unlikely source – wrestling legend Triple H.
Stoneywood-Dyce travel to Edinburgh tomorrow for one of the most significant weekends in the short history of the club.
Sam Curran believes England’s historic World Cup triumph can spur their Ashes hopefuls on to greater heights as attention turns towards attempting to regain the urn.
Former England batsman turned musician Mark Butcher has described the impact of England’s World Cup win on the future of the sport as “impossible to measure”.
Yorkshire duo Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow were unanimous in their verdict on England’s once-in-lifetime World Cup win, with both men convinced they have just played in the greatest game of all time.