Stuart Broad still believes England can overcome Australia and the weather to win the second Ashes Test at Lord’s but accepts time is running out.
Jofra Archer’s first Test wicket provided the catalyst as England’s bowlers enjoyed a profitable third morning against Australia at Lord’s but heavy rain ruined their hopes of capitalising as the remainder of the third day was washed out.
Jofra Archer claimed his first Test scalp as England fought back with three wickets on the third morning of the second Ashes contest at Lord’s.
Rory Burns has warned Australia that debutant Jofra Archer is ready to fight fire with fire after England were subjected to some hostile bowling in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
Jofra Archer offered a tantalising glimpse of his Ashes potential as England attempted to bowl their way back into the second Test having been dismissed for 258 at Lord’s.
England were bowled out for 258 as Australia drew first blood in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes were attempting to bail out England’s top order as the hosts fought to 201 for six on day two of the second Ashes Test.
Josh Hazlewood put England under early pressure as the second Ashes Test got off to a belated start at Lord’s – but Rory Burns and Joe Denly had steered their side to 76 for two by lunch on day two.
The second Ashes Test has turned red in honour of former England captain Andrew Strauss’ late wife Ruth.
The All Blacks have dropped three of their top players before the second and final Bledisloe Cup Test against Australia on Saturday.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss is preparing for an emotional day at Lord’s on Thursday, as the second Ashes Test turns red in honour of his late wife Ruth.
Jofra Archer was set to belatedly make his Test debut on Thursday as England attempted to get back on level terms against Australia in the Ashes.
The first day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s was washed out before a ball had been bowled, forcing England’s Jofra Archer to wait for his eagerly-anticipated debut.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss is preparing for an emotional day at Lord’s on Thursday, as the ground turns red in honour of his late wife Ruth and the charity that bears her name.
Aberdeen and Adelaide researchers name ancient volcanic region underneath Australia after famed cricketer
An international team of geologists and petroleum experts from Aberdeen and Adelaide universities have discovered a “Jurassic World” of around 100 ancient volcanoes buried beneath Australia.
Captain Joe Root has demanded “a big response” from his wounded England side as they resume Ashes battle with Australia at Lord’s.
Four British men have been arrested in Australia and New Zealand following a drugs operation targeting a UK organised crime syndicate.
England captain Joe Root expects nothing short of a major improvement when his side resume their Ashes battle with Australia at Lord’s.
Joe Root has no problem unleashing Jofra Archer on Australia as England hope to level the Ashes series during the second Test at Lord’s.
Two British brothers hailed as heroes for tackling a knifeman linked to the death of a woman in Sydney have said they would do the same if it happened again because they are “protectors”.
Three Britons have been hailed as “heroes” by police after they helped detain a knifeman linked to the death of a 21-year-old woman in Sydney.
Three Britons have described the “very surreal” moment they apprehended a knife-wielding man in Sydney moments after he allegedly stabbed a woman to death.
A knife-wielding man yelling “Allahu akbar”, or “God is great”, has attempted to stab several people in Sydney, with one person taken to hospital, Australian police and witnesses said.
Jack Leach says he has “nothing to lose” after being called up for the second Ashes Test against Australia at Lord’s.
A British man who made it across the Torres Strait on a jet ski trying to flee a drug supply charge in Australia has been sentenced for the audacious bid.
England paceman Jofra Archer stylishly staked his claim for a debut in the second Test of the Ashes with six wickets and a century during a dominant display for Sussex’s second XI.
England face decisions over James Anderson’s replacement and their spin option for the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.
James Anderson has been ruled out of the second Ashes Test, with England not certain when he will be fit to return from his calf injury.
Joe Root’s belief in England’s Ashes campaign has not been shaken by a seismic defeat in the opening Test.
Olympic gold medal-winning hurdler Sally Pearson has announced her retirement due to ongoing injuries.
Australia turned ‘Fortress Edgbaston’ into a Lyon’s den as they drew first blood in the Ashes with a thumping 251-run victory over England in the opening Test.
Joe Root insists England will “not make too many emotional decisions” after they crashed to a 251-run defeat against Australia at Edgbaston to fall 1-0 down in the 2019 Ashes.