Cricket News sort by The Ashes 2013-14

Unlike in the 90s, when it was almost a given that England would lose the series, the Ashes have been a lot more competitive in recent years.

How the tide has changed. From the 90s to the mid-2000s, it seemed that only one nation was contesting for The Ashes. England were merely there to make up the numbers.

Only three months ago, England had lifted The Ashes back at home for the third time in a row. Under normal circumstances, Australia would have got longer to prepare for their revenge series at home.

Ashes 2013 has been full of controversies right from the Stuart Broad ‘cheating’incident to the DRS horror handed

The 2013 Ashes is over, and now it’s time for some rewind. So here’s a look back at from impressive performances in the series, one from each Test.

Ashes 2013: England Vs Australia 5th Test at The Oval, Aug 21-25, 2013.Match scheduled to begin at 11:00 local time (10:00 GMT)

Ashes 2013: England Vs Australia 4th Test Live Scores at Chester-le-Street, Jul 09-13, 2013

The performance of Australia in the 2 to say the least. And, a lot of that had to do with their pathetic batting

The Ashes 2013 (Eng v Aus) Live Scores: England: 361 & 349/7 (114.1 Ov); Australia: 128 & 235/10 (90.3 Ov); Result: England won by 347 runs. England Vs Australia 2nd Test at London, Jul 10, 2013.