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England battled gamely after losing the toss on a placid Adelaide Oval pitch, limiting Australia to 273 for five on the opening day of the second Ashes Test.
Live text commentary on the first day of the second Ashes Test of five as England seek to level the series at the Adelaide Oval.
Quick strikes will be the target on the second morning as England attempt to seize the initiative in the second Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval.
Alastair Cook has revealed he has made his decision on the side that will feature in the second Ashes Test at Adelaide tomorrow.
Michael Clarke has announced that Australia will name an unchanged side for the second Ashes Test.
England will have arrived in Adelaide with fond memories of the last time they played a Test in the capital city of South Australia.
Former Australia bowler Brett Lee will captain a Prime Minister’s XI to face England in a day/night one-day game in Canberra.
The England & Wales Cricket Board has secured another commercial boost with Official Formalwear supplier and licensee T.M. Lewin extending its contract for a further three years
Ross Taylor scored his first Test double-hundred as New Zealand put the West Indies in deep trouble on the second day in Dunedin.
Tim Bresnan is ready to return bang on schedule as England bid to bounce back in the Ashes at Adelaide.
Former England batsman Graham Thorpe has shared the secrets to batting success in Australia.
Australia captain Michael Clarke is confidently expecting to be fit for the second Ashes Test despite missing training on Tuesday because of his sore right ankle.
Tymal Mills blogs from Australia on helping England's batsmen get ready for the Ashes and life with the Performance Programme.
England Lions will play five matches in Sri Lanka with their tour schedule now confirmed.
England captain Alastair Cook and fast bowler James Anderson have been named on the six-man shortlist for the ICC Cricketer of the Year award for 2013.
Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor hit centuries in a brutal unbroken partnership of 182 as New Zealand stormed into a dominant position on the opening day of their Test series against West Indies at Dunedin.
Graham Gooch has revealed that Joe Root and Ian Bell are the batsmen in contention to fill the number-three vacancy created by Jonathan Trott leaving the Ashes tour.
Ryan Harris has warned England’s batsmen he will be going "all guns blazing" during the second Ashes Test in Adelaide this week.
Tim Bresnan has been added to England's Ashes squad, and is in the reckoning to play in the second Test at Adelaide this week.
Sarah Taylor has replaced Holly Colvin, who is taking a break from cricket to pursue other career opportunities, as captain of County Champions Sussex Women for the 2014 season. Fellow England international Arran Brindle has been named vice-captain.