Cricket News sort by The Ashes 2015

Australia had declared at the score of 566/8 and ran riot through top-order England batting on day 2, and hosts never really recovered from there on. After starting from 85-4 on day 3

Australia are on the driving seat after Day 2 of the second Ashes Test at Lord's as they reduced England to 85-4 at stumps after declaring at 566-8.

After conceding over 550 runs, England’s batting stumbled as they faltered to 30 for 4, before recovering somewhat to end the second day at 85 for 4

Every time a Test match is played at Lord's, any game, leave alone the Ashes, the expectations from the match are always heightened. But, an encounter between Australia and England in the Ashes at Lord's is always considered among the ultimate battle in sports

ENG vs AUS 2nd Test: It is a known fact that Australia have had a habit of putting opponents down through words before the start of a big series.

In spite of their recent domination over Australia at home, England did not actually go in as favourites into the 2015 Ashes. After all, Australia are the world champions, and have also been in great form in recent Tests

Losing in four days is not something you associate with Australia. The fact that England inflicted such a defeat on the Aussies in four days is a clear indication of how well the hosts dominated the match

England bowled out Australia for 242 to win the first test of the Ashes by 169 runs. Australia began the day needing a total of 412 runs over Days 4 and 5, but England bundled out Australia on day 4 which ensured that day 5 is not needed.

Ashes 2015 1st Test: On rather expected lines, the first Ashes Test being held at Cardiff is turning out to be a competitive contest.