Moeen Ali's batting flair fits perfectly into England's attacking mind-set in limited overs cricket, says Nasser Hussain.
Sir Ian Botham says England's Ashes win is owed to their superior bowling, in particular the form of Stuart Broad.
Player of the Series Joe Root has grown in stature in the Ashes and will only get better, says Shane Warne.
Alastair Cook showed how it should be done with some old-fashioned Test match batting on day three of the fifth Ashes Test.
David Lloyd was left disappointed by a 'dopey' batting display by England, as they collapsed to 107-8 on day two at The Oval.
Michael Holding says bowlers are gaining an unfair advantage when no-balls consistently go uncalled by the umpires.
Michael Atherton was pleased to see Australia captain Michael Clarke given a guard of honour in his final Test at The Oval.
Sir Ian Botham is tipping England to clinch a 4-1 series win with victory in the fifth Investec Ashes Test at The Oval.
David Lloyd is cutting a dash for the fifth Test - including Cricket United Day - after setting two new personal bests.
Joe Root blogs on England's celebrations, becoming the No 1 ranked Test batsman and the 'phantom snipper'...
Sir Ian Botham hailed England’s team spirit and said the team’s primary objective must now be to beat Australia 4-1.
In his first exclusive column for Sky Sports, Joe Root discusses the immensity of the Ashes, sledging and David Warner.
With the first Investec Test all but here, Sky Sports' cricket experts make their series predictions...
David Lloyd on David Warner and Ben Stokes, his first Test build-up and a blockbuster finish to the Ashes...
Nasser Hussain believes England must afresh in West Indies after their tour of Australia ended in another defeat.
England must not rush to appoint a successor to former head coach Andy Flower, says Mike Atherton.
Chastened England have lost the ability to think on their feet, says Nasser Hussain.
England will arrest their decline by exposing players to tougher situations, says Nick Knight.
Ben Stokes produced a match-winning display in Perth worthy of Ian Botham, says David Lloyd.