Wiggo was like watching paint dry but Froome is riding with pure panache and instinct
Another sporting Andy?
Former England paceman tells Andrew Tong that batsmen will be key against Australia and Pietersen will lead the way
Can Fawad Ahmed turn things Australia's way? Lehman's zest must inspire Watson to earn his pips; Never trust the warm-up results
Rapid decline leaves England mystified
The title of his tour is 'Rollercoaster' and pedestrian flats and tickling highs are exactly what you get with John Bishop's latest offering.
The Olympic games is officially at the end of its cycle, we've laughed, we've cried and we've celebrated and here at The Independent, we've decided to bring you the funniest quotes from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Who can begrudge winning athletes a post-victory bender? Just wait until you're off the podium
England's final shot at redeeming an eminently forgettable winter starts tomorrow. The team that could hardly put a foot wrong for almost two years have spent the best part of three months barely putting one right, as if tumbling over in a three-legged race.
Bresnan and Finn set to come in with Panesar facing omission
Contrary to popular perception, England have managed to win one-day tournaments in Asia. There was the occasion in Pakistan immediately after the 1987 World Cup when they won 3-0 in a series which nobody cared about and nobody can quite explain why it took place.
Those who are calling for immediate change in England's Test team may be disappointed. It is, of course, the convention to call for multiple sackings, a few axeings and a beheading or two when teams are defeated as comprehensively as England have been in the past month.
Curtain could come down on Muralitharan's controversial yet brilliant one-day career today.
Andrew Flintoff is on the verge of making a remarkable comeback after signing for Penwortham in Lancashire's Palace Shield.
The ICC put three cricketers in the dock but you have to ask the whereabouts of the people who were in charge of Amir's well-being
Even without Flintoff, players (and Barmy Army) hit Sydney for six