England head coach Chris Silverwood believes record wicket-taker James Anderson and World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan deserve to end their international careers on their own terms.
England’s Stuart Broad is confident he has plenty more to give in the Test arena after rolling back the years with a brilliant Ashes campaign.
Michael Vaughan believes Stuart Broad and James Anderson should not play together for England any more.
Australia retained the Ashes while England secured a series draw on Sunday with a win at the Oval.
Australia coach Justin Langer has expressed doubt about David Warner’s ability to rediscover top form after the batsman was terrorised by Stuart Broad during a torturous Ashes campaign.
England must wait for their chance to reclaim the Ashes urn but Stuart Broad and Jack Leach ensured a first drawn series since 1972 by condemning Australia to a 135-run loss at The Oval.
Steve Smith’s air of invincibility finally cracked, just a little, as the combination of flu and a vibrant bowling performance allowed England take a handy lead in the final Ashes Test.
Stuart Broad continued his stranglehold over David Warner as he removed the Australian opener for a second duck in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Stuart Broad continued his stranglehold over David Warner as he removed the Australian opener for a duck in the opening over of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Round two of the Ashes battle between Steve Smith and Jofra Archer promises to be “brutal” but brilliant viewing, according to England’s Stuart Broad.
Stuart Broad is bristling with excitement at the prospect of watching Jofra Archer renew his battle with Steve Smith during the fourth Ashes Test.
Stuart Broad believes it is important for England team-mate James Anderson to “have a bit of a break” from cricket and get himself 100 per cent fit.
Ben Stokes’ heroics led England to one of their greatest victories in Ashes history.
Man of the moment Jofra Archer claimed a brilliant six-wicket haul at Headingley as England bundled Australia out for 179 on a rain-affected first day of the third Ashes Test.
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.
Steve Smith was forced to retire hurt after his titanic tussle with Jofra Archer ended with a sickening blow to the neck, bravely returning to the crease only to be dismissed for 92 on day four of the second Ashes Test.
Steve Smith was forced to retire hurt in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s after a titanic tussle with Jofra Archer ended with the batsman floored by a 92.4mph bouncer, only to bravely re-emerge after a brief break in dressing room.
Australia’s Steve Smith once again frustrated England as the home side’s hopes of engineering a match-winning position dwindled on the fourth morning at Lord’s.
Stuart Broad has given England two hours to bowl out Australia and force a match-winning position on day four of the rain-affected second Ashes Test.
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.
Steve Smith stared down a depleted England attack and a hostile Edgbaston crowd as his superb century single-handedly rescued Australia on the opening day of the 2019 Ashes.
England shrugged off James Anderson’s injury scare to reduce Australia to 154 for eight on the opening day of the Ashes as Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes rose to the occasion at a raucous Edgbaston.
Stuart Broad starred as England had Australia 83 for three on the first morning of the 2019 Ashes but an injury scare for fellow seamer James Anderson cast a shadow over the hosts’ bright start at Edgbaston.
The 2019 Ashes begins at Edgbaston on Thursday, with England looking to regain the urn after a 4-0 defeat Down Under last time out.
Edgbaston is the venue for this week’s Ashes opener and has been a happy hunting ground for England over the years.
Steve Harmison believes veteran pair James Anderson and Stuart Broad hold the key to England reclaiming the Ashes this summer.
The 2019 Ashes begins at Edgbaston next week, with England looking to regain the urn after a 4-0 defeat Down Under last time out.
England captain Joe Root watched with a mixture of joy and relief as Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad demolished Ireland for just 38 to seal a three-day victory at Lord’s – but he admitted the pitch was not up to Test standard.
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.
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh has highlighted the influences of James Anderson and Stuart Broad as major factors in England’s recent Ashes successes at home.