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Australia managed to escape with a draw in the tantalising second Ashes Test at Lord's. Set to chase 267 after Ben Stokes' hundred saw England recover from a precarious position, the Aussies were in trouble as the top order succumbed yet again to Jofra Archer. The absence of the unfit Steve Smith added to the visitors' woes. However, Smith's concussion replacement Marnus Labuschagne stood up with a soild half-century to keep a rampant England at bay.

Steve Smith narrowly missed out on a third consecutive Ashes hundred as he was dismissed for 92. However, the talking point of the match at Lord's was the blow to Smith at the back of the head

Former Australia skipper Steve Smith scripted a fairy-tale comeback to Test cricket with a stupendous 144 on the opening day of the 1st Ashes Test at Birmingham.

With the Ashes getting underway this week all eyes will be on England and Australia as they battle out one of sports great rivalries for coveted Ashes Urn

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan termed England's batting collapse against Ireland at Lord's as an embarrassment after the hosts were cleaned up for merely 85

Even as the controversy over the four runs conceded to England via overthrows after the ball hit a diving Ben Stokes' bat refused to die down, a new development has emerged.

England was declared winners of World Cup 2019 after a pulsating final at Lord's. Batting first, New Zealand managed to post 241 for 8 on the board.

Favourites England somehow managed to overcome a fighting New Zealand in a pulsating final that had all the ingredients of a thriller and was completely worthy of a World Cup final.

So here we are then. After many permutations, combinationd and predictions, England are New Zealand are the two sides that will battle it out for the World Cup 2019 crown at Lord's on Sunday. The hosts making it to the summit clash was very much on expected lines even as New Zealand continue to shine with their methodical ways.