Upul Tharanga made a century as Lord’s-bound Sri Lanka finally overcame both the West Indies and the weather to record victory in the second One Day International.
England’s Ashes hangover continued as Shaun Marsh’s century inspired Australia to a 46-run victory in the second One Day International in Hobart.
Wicket-keeper Matt Prior has been picked ahead of Steven Davies in England’s otherwise settled 15-man ICC World Cup squad.
Lord’s has once again been overwhelmingly voted the best international ground in the UK by cricket fans.
Remaining tickets for England’s 2011 fixtures against Test World Champions India and Kumar Sangakkara’s Sri Lanka are now available on general sale.
England’s brilliant Ashes winners have set their sights on India’s coveted position of number one in the ICC Test rankings.
As England secured the Ashes Down Under the world's leading Test side, India, played out a thrilling series in South Africa. The two sides meet, at Lord's next year.
Andrew Strauss insists England’s mission Down Under is not complete after they retained the Ashes with a crushing innings and 157 run victory over Australia in Melbourne.
England moved to within touching distance of retaining the Ashes as Tim Bresnan spearheaded another impressive bowling display on the third day at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Jonathan Trott’s unbeaten 141 took England to a position of enormous strength at the end of a controversial second day in the fourth Ashes Test at Melbourne.
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