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Interactive commentary from day five of the second Ashes Test
Joe Root believes England are showing some fight against Australia even though they are poised to lose the second Test.
Marcus Trescothick believes England can still retain the Ashes even if they lose the second Test against Australia.
Pakistan were pushed all the way by Afghanistan but eventually secured a six-wicket win off the final ball of the match.
Paul Farbrace is to travel to Sri Lanka to holds talks regarding the vacant coach's position with the national team.
England closed day four of the second Ashes Test on 247-6 in Adelaide after being set the small matter of 531.
South Africa captain AB de Villiers dedicated the 134-run win over India in Durban to Nelson Mandela.
Quinton de Kock hit his second successive century as South Africa hammered India by 134 runs in the second ODI.
Ireland have announced that head coach Phil Simmons has agreed a new two-year contract.
Ian Bell insists England will do everything possible to turn around their batting form after being bowled out for 172.
Mitchell Johnson says Australia plan to "cook" England for a little longer after tearing through their batsmen again.
Mitchell Johnson claimed 7-40 as England's batting capitulated to give Australia total command of second Ashes Test.
New Zealand had reached 79-4 chasing 111 by the time rain arrived to wipe out the final session of the first Test.
Ben Stokes claims England have set their sights on batting their way into the second Test after a tough day in Adelaide.
We bring you the latest from the Australian press as the home side's grip on the second Test in Adelaide tightens.
Brad Haddin believes Australia still have plenty of work to do if they are going to open up a 2-0 lead in the Ashes.
England's Ashes woes continued at the Adelaide Oval as Australia turned the screw on day two of the second Test.
A double century from Darren Bravo ensured the Windies remain in with a chance of avoiding defeat against New Zealand.
Cricket South Africa have dedicated the current series against India to the memory of Nelson Mandela.
Opener Quinton de Kock hit 135 as South Africa won the opening one-dayer against India in Johannesburg by 141 runs.
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