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England toiled in the heat against the Cricket Chairman’s XI
England are to play a two-day match starting at Traeger Park against a CA Chairman's XI on Friday
The best player from the last series likely to be bumped up
View From The Middle: There is nothing more exciting than the first morning of an Ashes series
The time has almost come for Australia’s tour of England to end. It will be a merciful release. The arrival of autumn and the familiarity of the teams have conspired to lend a perfunctory air to the later proceedings.
Coach knocks former captain for criticising squad ahead of third ODI against Australia
Former Test captain suggested fans should ask for a refund
England denied historic 4-0 Ashes victory as umpires take teams off for bad light with just 21 runs needed
Australia 527-7 dec England 294-7: Tourists are still on top despite star turn's disciplined century, but with bad weather forecast England can clinch the series at Old Trafford
View From The Middle: I can’t really explain my recent form. I’m trying to keep things as simple as possible
England end the day on 289 for 7
Stephen Brenkley considers what the first Test told us about what lies ahead during the remainder of an Ashes series which promises to be enthralling throughout
England have 16 days to pick themselves up for the Ashes after Alastair Cook admitted their remarkable defeat by India in the Champions Trophy final was his worst moment as captain.
Under-fire batsman delivers shot at glory in final as South Africa self-destruct again
A late flurry from England ensured that, despite a slight middle order collapse, they batted themselves into a very strong position at the halfway stage of their Champions Trophy clash with Sri Lanka.
England opened their Champions Trophy campaign with a dominant 48-run victory over Australia on a day that saw James Anderson become his country's top one-day wicket-taker.