Monday, September 16, 2019

Ashes 2019: Siddle and Paine let Root off as England ride their luck

Peter Siddle and Tim Paine dropped chances to dismiss Joe Root as England's captain and Rory Burns guided the hosts to 86-1 at lunch.

Warne hits 50 – Australia icon’s career in numbers

Australia cricket icon Shane Warne turns 50 on Friday and, to celebrate, we have taken a look at his career highlights using Opta data.

Ashes 2019: Starc misses out as Australia summon Siddle

Despite scoring 54 not out and finishing with respectable bowling figures at Old Trafford, Mitchell Starc has been dropped by Australia.

Flintoff unhurt after high-speed Top Gear crash

Former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff suffered a high-speed crash while filming for BBC series Top Gear on Tuesday.

Ashes 2019: The fifth and final Test at The Oval in Opta numbers

England have a good recent Test record at The Oval and they will need another win in London to avoid a home Ashes series defeat.

Sri Lanka’s tour of Pakistan in doubt due to terrorism concerns

Sri Lanka's first tour of Pakistan since the 2009 attacks appears to be in doubt due to new terrorism concerns.

Ashes 2019: Marsh replaces Head for final Test

Travis Head has been left out of the Australia team for the final Ashes Test at The Oval as Mitchell Marsh gets his chance.

Ashes 2019: Door has not closed on Roy’s England Test career, says Root

England have dropped out-of-form Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test, but Joe Root has no doubt the batsman can force his way back in.

Ashes 2019: Struggling Roy left out by England, Stokes passed fit to bat

England have dropped Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test, with Sam Curran coming in alongside Chris Woakes, who has replaced Craig Overton.

Ashes 2019: Paine has no plans to call time on Australia captaincy

Tim Paine would go out on a high if he left his role as Australia captain after the Ashes, but the 34-year-old has no intention to do so.

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