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Jake Ball is England's fourth seamer for Ashes opener

Jake Ball is England's fourth seamer for Ashes opener

England paceman Jake Ball has beaten out Craig Overton to be the touring side's fourth seamer in the series-opening Ashes test against Australia starting in Brisbane on Thursday. Ball will be thrown into the Gabba cauldron in just his fourth test after recovering from a sprained ankle that saw him scratched from the tour match in Adelaide and rested for the final warm-up in Townsville last week, where Overton bowled. Ball joins front-line quicks James Anderson and Stuart Broad at the Gabba, ..., 1 hour ago

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Ashes: Spotlight on skippers Steve Smith and Joe Root ahead of blockbuster series

Two of the world's best batsmen will be in opposition when Australia's Steve Smith and England's Joe Root both lead their countries for the first time in an Ashes Test at The Gabba, Brisbane, on Thursday. Smith may be an unorthodox run-scorer but he is ...
 DNA38 minutes ago 'We've won four of the last five Ashes series' - Root  ESPN Cricinfo10 hours ago Ashes: Four England players who can make a difference in Australia  Zee News1 day ago Joe Root urges Australia to 'bring it on'  ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago

All you must know about first Ashes Test

Following is a factbox on the first Test match between Australia and England, which starts on Thursday: IMAGE: Australia captain Steve Smith, left, and England skipper Joe Root. Photograph: Getty Images WHERE? The Gabba, Brisbane - Capacity: 42,000 The Gabba, named for the Woolloongabba suburb that surrounds it, has a been a fortress for Australia in the 28 Tests since the West Indies were the last touring team to win there in 1988.   England last won at the ground in 1986 - only their ...
 Rediff.com20 hours ago Factbox: England's last Ashes Test win at The Gabba came 31 years ago  Zee News23 hours ago FACTBOX-Cricket-First Ashes test  Reuters1 day ago Warne slams 'confused' Australian selectors  Rediff.com5 days ago

Two owners wanted IPL auctions in England, majority reject it

IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla, however, did not divulge any information after the meeting got over. New Delhi: The question over the number of players who can be retained by franchises, and the number of teams in the Indian Premier League from the 11th season, ...
 Zee News12 hours ago Did you know some IPL owners wanted auctions in England  Rediff.com18 hours ago

Forget Mitchell Johnson and there are no magic balls, says Alastair Cook

Johnson etched his name into Australian sporting folklore by plundering England`s order for 37 wickets at an average of 13.97. Courtesy: Reuters Melbourne: Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson wreaked havoc when England last toured Down Under but dwelling ...
 Zee News12 hours ago There are no magic balls, says Cook  Deccan Herald21 hours ago Cricket-Forget Johnson and there are no magic balls, says Cook  Reuters23 hours ago

Ashes: Can England tick without Big Ben?

England are resigned to being without Ben Stokes for the whole of the Ashes series and it will be fascinating to see whether they can replace him - and win without him - against Australia. File photo of England allrounder Ben Stokes (Reuters) London: England ...
 Zee News12 hours ago 'We are not here to make up the numbers' - Bayliss  ESPN Cricinfo3 days ago England coach Bayliss concerned by batting collapses  Deccan Herald1 week ago Ashes 2017-18: England coach Trevor Bayliss concerned by batting collapses  DNA1 week ago

Fiery opener awaits England

Englands Ashes debutants face a baptism of fire in Thursdays opening Test at the Gabba, where four years ago the tourists batsmen crumbled under an Australian short-pitched bowling assault. Joe Roots team spent their final tour match in Townsville last week ...
 Deccan Herald20 hours ago PREVIEW-Cricket-England return to 'Gabbatoir' to face their demons  Reuters1 day ago Ashes: England return to 'Gabbatoir' to face their demons  Rediff.com21 hours ago Ashes 2017: George Garton replaces injured Jake Ball in England squad  Zee News1 week ago

England women win third Ashes T20I; Danielle Wyatt scores record ton

The famous win for England came courtesy all-rounder Danni Wyatt, who struck a 100 from just 57 balls. Courtesy: Twitter New Delhi:England women had already lost the Ashes, but they had a chance to level the series, in the last T20I at Canberra. The famous ...
 Zee News12 hours ago

Ashes: Stokes hits back at Hayden's dig at England squad

The pre-Ashes banter continued to hit the headlines with suspended England all-rounder Ben Stokes taking a dig at former Australia opener Matthew Hayden's comments on the rookie English batting in the run-up to the first Test at the Gabba here from Thursday.
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Trashes to Ashes: England find the calm before the storm

play 'All the talking stops after the first two hours' - Cook (1:26) England batsman Alastair Cook is amused by all the trash talk ahead of the Ashes and reflects on Australia's potent bowling attack (1:26) 4:29 PM ET George Dobell in Brisbane If any of the ...
 ESPN Cricinfo19 hours ago Verbal volleys before Ashes make me chuckle: Cook  Rediff.com22 hours ago Pre-series 'trash-talking' makes Cook 'chuckle'  ESPN Cricinfo23 hours ago
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