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Cricket | The Ashes

Eng line-up warm-up games for Ashes tour
England will play tour matches in Perth, Adelaide and Townsville in the lead-up to the first Ashes test against Australia at the Gabba later this year, Cricket Australia said on Thursday. Read full article
Lehmann plays down Ashes strike threat
National coach Darren Lehmann admitted on Thursday a bitter pay dispute will be a distraction for Australia at next month's ICC Champions Trophy, but played down a boycott of this year's Ashes series. Read full article
Ashes strike warning over Australia pay row
Australia's cricketers union urged a swift resolution to a damaging pay dispute on Monday to avoid any strike disruption to this year's Ashes series. Read full article
New Perth Stadium not ready for Ashes
The new Perth Stadium will not be finished in time for the third Ashes test between Australia and England in December and the match will therefore be hosted at the WACA ground. Read full article
Khawaja not pinning hopes on recall
Having been pulled out of Australia's ODI team, then ignored by selectors for every match in the subcontinent, Usman Khawaja is guarded about his chances of winning a test recall for the Ashes. Read full article
Australia's pace attack could decide Ashes - Lee
Australia's pace attack, emboldened by the return of "once in a generation" Pat Cummins, could prove the difference between the sides in this year's Ashes series against England, Brett Lee said. Read full article
Johnson slams day-night Ashes test
Former Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson has slammed the decision to play a day-night Ashes match next year, saying the pink ball test is a "totally different" game. Read full article
One pink-ball Ashes test is enough
Australia captain Steve Smith threw his support behind next year's day-night Ashes test against England on Wednesday – but said one was enough for the series. Read full article
First day-night Ashes test confirmed
Australia and England will play the first day-night Ashes test at Adelaide Oval in December next year, adding a bold new ingredient to one of cricket's oldest and fiercest rivalries. Read full article
Day-night Ashes test under discussion
Discussions over whether Australia will host England in a first day-night Ashes cricket test next year are taking place but nothing has been decided yet, Cricket Australia (CA) said on Thursday. Read full article
England agree to pink ball test in Ashes
The England and Wales Cricket Board have agreed in principle to play the first Ashes test under lights on next year's tour of Australia, local media reported on Thursday. Read full article
Aus want two day-night Ashes tests
Cricket Australia (CA) will push for up to two day-night tests at next year's Ashes series despite the misgivings of captain Steven Smith and his England counterpart Alastair Cook. Read full article
Strauss was right to leave me out – KP
Kevin Pietersen says England cricket director Andrew Strauss was right to overlook him for this year's Ashes test series victory over Australia. Read full article
Smith to pick Ponting's brain for captaincy tips
New Australia captain Steven Smith will seek counsel from former skipper Ricky Ponting on how to lead the team and be its best batsman in a period of transition. Read full article
England and Australia fail test exam
One of the charms of test cricket is that a match scheduled to last five days allows for the possibility of a fightback, even if a team falls behind early on. Read full article
England fined for slow over-rate
As many pundits and cricket lovers bemoaned the speed of an Ashes series completed in just 18 days, England found themselves fined on Monday for a slow over-rate in the fifth and final test at The Oval. Read full article
Lehmann bats away Warne criticism
Australia coach Darren Lehmann has dismissed criticism from Shane Warne that the selectors made a mistake in picking Peter Siddle for the fifth and final Ashes test against England. Read full article
'Ashes success can't hide England flaws'
Trevor Bayliss has warned his Ashes winners that some of their places are in jeopardy following the fifth test thrashing by Australia. Read full article
Clarke on par with Border - Warne
Shane Warne likened retiring Australian captain Michael Clarke to all-time great and former skipper Allan Border Monday as the nation's media mourned the loss of the Ashes series. Read full article
Clarke blames pitches for Ashes woe
Australia captain Michael Clarke claimed pitches prepared specifically to help England's bowlers were to blame for his side's failure to retain the Ashes. Read full article
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