Ashes

The Siddle riddle: Did Aussies miss a trick?

 After an enthralling and gripping month of cricket, Ashes is finally set to be over at a score line of 3-2 unless a miracle occurs and all Australian fans would be asking the same questions: Where was Siddle all...

The Return of Anderson

England’s pace bowling spearhead, James Anderson may feature in the fifth Ashes Test against Australia after he was seen practicing with the team on Monday. Anderson,  England's all-time highest wicket-taker in tests, recently suffered a side strain on the...

Cook : Anderson out of fifth Ashes Test

It seems that England is going to play in the final Test at Oval with an unchanged side from the fourth Ashes Test as the spearhead pacer James Anderson is not fully fit yet to be a part of...

Smith should continue at number 3: Ponting

Amidst strong opinions floating about Steven Smith’s technique and position in the batting order following Australia’s unsuccessful campaign of the Ashes, former Australian captain Ricky Ponting has come out in strong support of Steven Smith to stay put and...

Ponting in line for Australian Job?

Former Aussie Skipper and veteran batsman Ricky Ponting ,has reportedly been approached by the CA, to be a special Batting consultant or even the Batting coach to the Australian cricket team, following their Ashes Debacle.The Tasmanian, a modern cricketing giant...

Warner-Rogers partnership to end after Ashes

The legendary duo, David Warner and Chris Rogers will no longer be seen in action after the Ashes Test, as Chris Rogers will mostly retire after the Ashes if reports are to be believed.Their clash of egos, their uncanny...

Warner wants to be the ‘heir apparent’

Australia may be down and out, but their opener David Warner plucks motivation in these hard times too. The destructive opener has  had a  phenomenal  spell in test cricket over the past year, and comparitively was a good batsman...

What makes the Ashes so special

The Ashes, as we all know is one of the most awaited Test series played between England and Australia.The term was used in a satirical obituary published in a British newspaper, The Sporting Times, after Australia's victory in 1882...