Ashes 2019

England vs Australia: Five things we learned from Ashes 2019

Steve Smith batted on a different level from everybody else during the Ashes, scoring 774 runs in just seven innings at an average of more than 110.

published on : 16th September 2019

Jofra Archer claims six as England take charge of Ashes finale despite Smith heroics

The former Australian skipper has now amassed 751 runs in just six innings -- more than double the tally of the next highest runscorer on either side.

published on : 14th September 2019

Fourth Test: Jos Buttler strikes back against Australia after England collapse at Oval

World Cup winners England, desperate to level the series at 2-2, have struggled to find consistency and contributed to their own downfall at the Oval, slipping from 170-3 to 226-8.

published on : 13th September 2019

Ashes 2019: England drops Jason Roy and Overton, brings in Sam Curran for 5th Test

The England and Wales Cricket Board also stated in its release that Ben Stokes will play as a specialist batsman due to a shoulder injury.

published on : 11th September 2019

'Bitterly disappointed': England captain Joe Root after Manchester loss

England, set a huge target of 383 to win at Old Trafford, were bowled out for 197 following some spirited lower-order defiance.

published on : 9th September 2019

'Amazing feeling to know urn is coming home': Steve Smith on Australia retaining Ashes

Smith has scored an astonishing 671 runs at an average innings of 134.2, including three hundreds, despite missing England's one-wicket win in the third Test at Headingley.

published on : 9th September 2019

'Steve Smith is best player I've seen': Australia captain Tim Paine after Manchester win

Australia coach Justin Langer also hailed Smith, who tops the global Test batting rankings after returning from a 12-month ball-tampering ban.

published on : 9th September 2019

Australia retain Ashes after beating England by 185 runs in fourth Test 

England, set a mammoth 383 runs to win, were bowled out for 197 on the fifth day, with Australia paceman Pat Cummins, the world's top-ranked Test bowler, taking 4-43.

published on : 8th September 2019

Australia's Steve Smith completes 600 Ashes runs

The 30-year-old scored centuries in both innings of the first Test of the ongoing Ashes and this helped the side in recording a victory.

published on : 7th September 2019

Fourth Ashes Test: Steve Smith's double century puts Australia in command in Manchester

England were 23-1 at stumps, 474 runs behind, with Rory Burns 15 not out and nightwatchman Craig Overton unbeaten on three.

published on : 6th September 2019

Australia's Steve Smith scores double century in Ashes return after concussion

This was the third time this Ashes he had reached three figures following scores of 144 and 142 in the first Test at Edgbaston, with his lowest total of the series the 92 he made at Lord's.

published on : 5th September 2019

Ashes Test: Australia's Steve Smith marks first Test since concussion with fifty 

The former captain missed England's dramatic one-wicket win in the third Test at Headingley after being felled by a bouncer from paceman Jofra Archer in the drawn second match of the series at Lord's.

published on : 4th September 2019

Australia 98-2 at lunch on Day 1 of fourth Ashes test

Stuart Broad took two early wickets, including David Warner for a duck.

published on : 4th September 2019

James Anderson out of the Ashes as England announces squad for Old Trafford Test

Anderson, England's all-time leading wicket-taker, has not bowled in the series since breaking down with the injury after sending down just four overs in Australia's 251-run win in the first Test.

published on : 2nd September 2019

Ben Stokes wants to be in the hottest place in the kitchen, says Ian Botham 

A full 28 years after Botham's iconic 149, Stokes' unbeaten knock secured England an unlikely one-wicket win in the third Test and in the process kept the Ashes alive by levelling the series.

published on : 28th August 2019
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