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27 Oct 2010

Siddle stakes claim for Ashes place

Peter Siddle announced his return to fitness ahead of the Ashes campaign with a confident, wicket-taking display for Victoria against Tasmania.

25 Oct 2010

Flower: 'Anderson should be fit'

Andy Flower revealed James Anderson has returned to bowling following his rib injury, as the England squad prepares to fly to Australia on Friday October 29.

22 Oct 2010

Agnew: 'England should win ashes'

Test Match Special commentator, Jonathan Agnew, says England "have a better side" than Australia and that he'd be "disappointed if we don’t win" the forthcoming Ashes Series.

13 Oct 2010

India wrap up Australia victory

Home of Cricket bound India cemented their position as the number one Test playing nation with a convincing seven wicket win over Australia in Bangalore.

05 Oct 2010

India beat Australia in Mohali thriller

VVS Laxman starred with an unbeaten 73 as India edged to a thrilling one wicket victory over England’s Ashes opponents Australia in Mohali.

23 Sep 2010

Bresnan eyes up for the Ashes

Australia bound Tim Bresnan and James Anderson eyed up the prize they will be playing for Down Under - just hours after being named in the England Ashes squad.

21 Sep 2010

2010 review: Tigers, Tests & T20

It’s been another thrilling season of cricketing action at the Home of Cricket, drawing to a close with the fourth NatWest One Day International between England and Pakistan.

21 Sep 2010

Brisbane in sight for Ashes cyclist

Olie Broom, the man whose fundraising adventure to cycle to the 2010 Ashes began at Lord’s in October 2009, has reached Australia on route to Brisbane.

17 Sep 2010

Giles: 'Battling Bears have momentum

Warwickshire director of cricket Ashley Giles believes his "battling" side will end the season on a high when they take on Somerset under floodlights at Lord's in the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final tomorrow.

16 Sep 2010

Flintoff retires from cricket

Ashes winner Andrew Flintoff has retired from all forms of cricket after being told his "body would no longer stand up to the rigours of cricket".

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