Australian high performance manager Pat Howard (left) and Australian chairman of selectors Rod Marsh look on during day one of the 4th Investec Ashes Test . Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Cricket Australia's high performance director Pat Howard has taken the blame for the Ashes capitulation and put himself forward as the first person to be held to account in a post-series review. The 3-1 series loss with the fifth and final Test still to play has sparked recrimination in ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
England's Alastair Cook, Mark Wood, Stuart Broad and Gary Ballance arrive for nets. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters Stuart Broad has been backed by captain Alastair Cook to lead the attack in the absence of James Anderson as England try to show they can win a major Test match without their all-time leading wicket-taker. Anderson has been ruled out of Thursday's fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, Broad's home ground, with a side injury suffered during England's ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Australian captain Michael Clarke gives intructions during the Lord's Test. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge Livepic/Action Images via Reuters Australian captain Michael Clarke has said his side still has room for improvement after their utterly dominant 405-run win in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord's. They needed just 37 overs to bowl England out for a meagre 103 on the fourth day yesterday, paceman Mitchell Johnson leading the way with three cheap ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Australia's Mitchell Johnson celebrates after dismissing England's Joe Root (not pictured) during the Lord's Test. Photograph: Philip Brown Livepic/Reuters Mitchell Johnson reopened old mental scars as Australia morally seized the Ashes lead with their thumping series-leveling victory over England at Lord's, Australia's media said as they reveled in the win. The pace demon led Australia's dominant bowling attack as Michael Clarke's team thrashed England by 405 runs to ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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