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Our Ashes Panel delivers its damning verdict on England's chastening 5-0 whitewash...
Darren Gough's hat-trick and avoiding a whitewash: the Ashes Panel shares its SCG anecdotes.
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Moeen Ali is unsure he can replace Graeme Swann as England's No 1 spinner but says he is willing to give it a go.
Dale Steyn will miss South Africa's first two Twenty20 internationals against Australia with a hamstring injury.
Pakistan will be hoping all-rounder Shahid Afridi will be passed fit for Saturday's Asia Cup final against Sri Lanka.
Ireland's preparations for the World Twenty20 continued with a disappointing six-wicket defeat by Worcestershire.
Joe Root has been ruled out of the T20 series against West Indies after suffering a broken right thumb.
England's winter of discontent has left the national team in a state of disarray with a number of positions, including who will coach the team, still up for grabs heading into the English summer.
We take a look at Graeme Smith's career with South Africa following his decision to retire from international cricket.
There comes a time in your life when you get to say 'I remember that from when I was a young'. That moment, in cricketing terms, for me came during the Ashes, as Brad Haddin flayed England's bowlers everywhere.