Australia Test opener Chris Rogers appears set to retire from international cricket after the upcoming Ashes series in England.
Steve Smith has opened the war of words ahead of this summer's Ashes series in England.
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh says England should move on from Kevin Pietersen and not consider recalling him.
England can fight to reclaim the Ashes but need an in-form Alastair Cook to do so, according to Shane Warne.
Ashley Giles is surprised Adil Rashid hasn't played for England in the West Indies as the side prepares for the Ashes.
Former New Zealand bowler Andre Adams believes England are “ragged” and will be beaten by the Kiwis and Australia this summer.
Paul Collingwood says he is not surprised Australia have called up 35-year-old Adam Voges for their Ashes squad.
Fawad Ahmed has been included in Australia's Ashes squad for this summer's tour of the UK, which starts on July 8 in Cardiff.
Michael Clarke is confident Australia's momentum will help them win the Ashes on English soil this summer.
Sky Sports cricket expert Bob Willis expects 'a competitive contest' when England take on the touring Australians this summer.
Sky Sports will show live coverage of every ball of a new-look Women’s Ashes for the first time in 2015.
Kevin Pietersen has not given up hope of playing Test cricket for England again.
Darren Lehmann plays down concerns over the quality of Australia's opposition in warm-up games ahead of the 2015 Ashes.
Cardiff's SWALEC stadium will host the first Test of the 2015 Ashes series, when Australia travel to England.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has chosen Headingley and Old Trafford as hosts for the 2019 Ashes.
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has revealed that he may need to reconsider his limited-overs availability.
Australia seamer Ryan Harris is confident of being fit for their next Test series, against Pakistan in October.
The ECB has announced that Kevin Pietersen was axed because he did not support captain Alastair Cook.
Kevin Pietersen's England career is over after he was left out of the squad for the World Twenty20 and West Indies tour.
Australia secured a Twenty20 series whitewash over England, thrashing the tourists by 84 runs at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
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Bob Willis is expecting a competitive contest when England and Australia collide in the Test arena this summer.
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