Scott Borthwick hit his first century since returning to Durham after Essex were skittled out for under 100 at Chelmsford for the first time since 2014.
Dom Bess admits he struggled to cope with being dropped by England during their tour of India but is already treating the experience as a stepping stone to the long and successful Test career he craves.
Joe Root was overshadowed by his younger brother Billy as Glamorgan took charge against Yorkshire at Emerald Headingley.
Dan Lawrence built on his England breakthrough with a well-made 46 as Essex began their defence of the LV= Insurance County Championship and Bob Willis Trophy titles against Worcestershire.
England captain Joe Root promised not to brush over any hard questions raised by a thumping series defeat in India.
England’s punch-drunk batsmen crumbled one last time against spin as India wrapped up the fourth Test by an innings and 25 runs to seal a 3-1 series win and a place in the World Test Championship final.
England’s punchdrunk batsmen crumbled one last time against spin as India wrapped up the fourth Test by an innings and 25 runs to seal a 3-1 series win and a place in the World Test Championship final.
England’s punchdrunk batsmen crumbled one last time against India’s spinners as their hopes of a series-levelling victory in the fourth Test went up in smoke on day three in Ahmedabad.
England’s top order crumbled once again as India moved into a dominant position on the third day of the fourth Test in Ahmedabad.
After two heavy defeats on rampant turners, England could only blame themselves as they surrendered the initiative with another muddled batting performance on day one of the fourth against India.
Dom Bess has admitted he was caught off guard by his England dropping and found his spell on the sidelines a “tough pill to swallow”.
Joe Root has urged his England team to “be a bit braver” and free themselves from fear in the final Test against India.
Players from England’s men and women’s cricket teams have had an online row following Alex Hartley’s cheeky response to Joe Root’s side suffering a two-day Test defeat to India.
England captain Joe Root invited the International Cricket Council to make its own judgement on the state of the pitch that saw his side routed inside two days in Ahmedabad, a result he felt “robbed” fans of an authentic Test match.
Joe Root refused to condemn the pitch after accepting his England side were outplayed by India in a humbling two-day third Test defeat in Ahmedabad.
Former England captain Sir Alastair Cook admitted it was tough to watch the “mayhem” of India’s rapid victory in the day-night Test due to the state of the Ahmedabad pitch.
England were on the wrong end of cricketing carnage in Ahmedabad as they succumbed to the embarrassment of a two-day defeat by India.
Two sessions of spin-led carnage left the third Test in Ahmedabad rushing towards a two-day finish, with England needing a miracle to avoid being on the losing side of it.
Joe Root ripped out the India tail in Ahmedabad to write his name into the list of England’s cheapest five-wicket hauls.
Joe Root took a remarkable haul of five for eight as England rallied in rousing fashion to bowl India out for 145 on day two of the third Test.
England endured a miserable first day in the day/night third Test against India, crumbling to 112 all out before watching the hosts reach 99 for three in response.
England crumbled to 112 all out in the first innings of the day/night third Test against India, dismissed for their lowest total in the country before the LED lights in Ahmedabad had even taken over.
England slumped to 81 for four in the first session of the day/night third Test against India, with Zak Crawley’s half-century a lone act of defiance in Ahmedabad.
England captain Joe Root has a selection dilemma on his hands ahead of the third Test against India at Ahmedabad, where he hopes his side can buck the trend of touring teams collapsing to the pink ball.
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Joe Root is mulling over whether to unleash James Anderson and Stuart Broad in tandem for the first time this winter as the England captain welcomed the “great selection headache” ahead of the third Test against India.
Joe Root is wary of being seduced into thinking the balance could tilt in England’s favour by the third Test against India being a day-night affair as he is convinced spin will be a factor at some point this week.
Ben Stokes doubts he will ever peak as a cricketer but the talismanic England all-rounder believes ridding himself of the “that’s the way I play” mantra has made him a more consistent batsman.
New signings, fixtures and dates for the inaugural edition of The Hundred will be unveiled on Tuesday.
Joe Root has been England’s batting linchpin against Sri Lanka and India this winter but Graham Thorpe believes it is time for others to come to the fore and lighten the load on the Test captain’s shoulders.