England are banking on a bowler-friendly Ashes after requesting a set of Test balls with more pronounced seams.
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Steve Smith and David Warner will need to develop "humility" under new leadership in the Australia squad, says Justin Langer.
Jason Roy discusses the high expectations on England ahead of the World Cup and his chances of an Ashes call up.
Chris Woakes is confident of featuring in the World Cup and Ashes after having injections for a long-term knee problem.
Steven Finn says an England recall for the Ashes is not on his mind, with his focus on returning to form with Middlesex.
England seamer James Anderson says he must pace himself for Lancashire if he is to hit the Ashes in peak form.
Joe Root is hopeful a successful run in this summer's Cricket World Cup can bring a feel-good factor into the Ashes series.
Australia have appointed Troy Cooley as bowling coach for the Ashes, with Adam Griffith fulfilling the role at the World Cup.
Eoin Morgan has urged England to seize the "once-in-a-generation opportunity" a World Cup and Ashes summer on home soil brings.
David Lloyd offers his thoughts on Ashes shirts with names and numbers, the county schedule and a week of washed out activities.
England and Australia's players will wear names and numbers on their shirts during this summer's Ashes series.
Chris Woakes on England’s T20 wins, a feisty Second City derby and his fitness ahead of the World Cup and the Ashes.
James Anderson says England must adapt to regain the Ashes, plus reveals whether he is thinking about retirement.
England's top three remains an issue ahead of Australia's visit but the engine-room is back together and the spinner's in form.
Australia assistant coach David Saker has announced his resignation just six months before the Ashes series in England.
Tim Paine says he expects banned duo Steve Smith and David Warner to play a "huge" role in this year's Ashes series.
Trevor Bayliss admits he is "sad" that his tenure as England coach will come to a close after the World Cup and The Ashes.
England have never been in stronger position to challenge for a World Cup and Ashes double, says Ashley Giles.
Australia have just suffered a home Test series defeat to India, so are there any crumbs of comfort ahead of the Ashes?
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