Cricket News sort by Ashes

Cricket Australia (CA) has announced the Ashes schedule for its men’s and women’s teams. The men’s team will begin their Ashes campaign on December 8 at the Gabba. The second Ashes Test will be a day-night encounter in Adelaide Oval, starting on December 16. This will be followed by the traditional Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The New Year’s Test will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground from 5 January. The men’s Ashes will conclude with the final Test at the Perth Oval from January 14.

With the series surprisingly tied 1-1 courtesy Ben Stokes' Headingley miracle, England would now want to stay alive with another victory at Old Trafford.

In the build up to the Ashes 2017-18 that got underway, England captain Joe Root has played down the talk of reopening the 'scars' of the 2013-14

Fast bowler Mitchell Starc wants Australian fans to “get stuck into” Ben Stokes in case he makes it to The Ashes

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen feels Ben Stokes should not play The Ashes in Australia following his arrest in Bristol over an alleged brawl.

England legend James Anderson has said the team is prepping up for the Ashes even as they get ready to take on a rejuvenated West Indies in the third and final Test.

In spite of the fact that Australia were dealt a big blow just days before the Ashes, with the sudden retirement of Ryan Harris, the visitors would still head into the opening Test of Ashes 2015 at Cardiff as favourites

With the 2015 edition of the Ashes just a couple of days away, we look at five significant moments in the history of the traditional rivalry
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