Jofra Archer, Jack Leach and Ben Stokes shared the starring roles as England’s captivating fifth-day victory charge came up four wickets short in a drawn second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
Jofra Archer took two wickets and landed another fierce blow on an Australian helmet as he backed up Ben Stokes’ century to lead England’s late push for an Ashes victory at Lord’s.
Ben Stokes smashed his first century in almost two years as England declared 266 ahead on the final day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, leaving themselves 48 overs to bowl Australia out.
Steve Smith’s titanic tussle with Jofra Archer, and the 92mph bouncer that ended their battle in gruesome fashion, dominated the fourth day of a second Ashes Test that is destined for a tense conclusion.
Stuart Broad still believes England can overcome Australia and the weather to win the second Ashes Test at Lord’s but accepts time is running out.
Jofra Archer offered a tantalising glimpse of his Ashes potential as England attempted to bowl their way back into the second Test having been dismissed for 258 at Lord’s.
England were bowled out for 258 as Australia drew first blood in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes were attempting to bail out England’s top order as the hosts fought to 201 for six on day two of the second Ashes Test.
Josh Hazlewood put England under early pressure as the second Ashes Test got off to a belated start at Lord’s – but Rory Burns and Joe Denly had steered their side to 76 for two by lunch on day two.
England face decisions over James Anderson’s replacement and their spin option for the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
An improbable career-best knock of 92 from nightwatchman Jack Leach underpinned England’s fightback against Ireland at Lord’s but the visitors remained in the hunt for one of Test cricket’s biggest upsets.
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 begin their bid to regain the Ashes at Edgbaston on August 1.
England’s World Cup honeymoon turned into a hangover at Lord’s as an inspired Ireland skittled their neighbours for just 85 in the first session of Test cricket between the sides to forge a 122-run lead on day one.
England’s World Cup honeymoon was gatecrashed in sensational fashion at Lord’s as Ireland skittled their hosts for a calamitous 85 before taking a 42-run lead on the first afternoon of the Specsavers Test.
England’s World Cup honeymoon was gatecrashed in sensational fashion at Lord’s as Ireland skittled their hosts for a calamitous 85 all out on the first morning of the historic Specsavers Test.
Rory Burns has backed Jason Roy to shine on his England Test debut, hailing his old school pal as one of the most naturally talented batsmen he has played with.
England claimed their first Cricket World Cup title after beating New Zealand in a thrilling final at Lord’s. Here, PA takes a look at some of the best images from the tournament.
England will attempt to cap their one-day international resurgence over the last four years by lifting the World Cup for the first time at Lord’s on Sunday.
Cricket fans heading to the World Cup final will be greeted by Tube announcements from BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew this weekend.
Paul Collingwood is desperate to shed his status as the only man to lead England to glory on the world stage and can think of nobody better to share the honour than Eoin Morgan.
New Zealand coach Gary Stead expects most of the country to pull an all-nighter on Sunday in support of his side’s World Cup final against England.
A probe into sexual intimidation and harassment at Westminster has found that MPs’ staff face an “unacceptable risk” of abuse.
MPs’ staff face an “unacceptable risk” of bullying and harassment – including sexual harassment – a new independent report into the treatment of staff at Westminster has found.
Ed Sheeran and his father John appeared in fine spirits as they watched England and Australia in a Cricket World Cup clash at Lord’s in London.
England’s top order was blown away as Australia tightened their grip on the crunch World Cup clash at Lord’s.
England produced an impressive fightback to counter Aaron Finch’s century and give themselves a chance of victory in their World Cup clash with Australia at Lord’s.
The UK’s most senior judge has suggested that her colleagues avoid “engaging in social media” because some find it difficult to “shrug off” comments from anonymous accounts.