Birmingham Bears have lost Ashton Agar for the rest of the T20 Blast following a bad ankle injury suffered by the Australia international all-rounder. Agar suffered the injury warming up before Sunday's
Rory Burns tasted the sweet success of a maiden Test century against Australia after an evening with members of England’s 2005 Ashes-winning team that left him feeling ready to run through a brick wall.
1) No one’s said too much about it, but the Ashes are back with us. Here’s a golden moment from the 2015 contest, when a punter plays at her seat … and misses. Naturally, the commentators and players pretend
Warwickshire batsman Ian Bell will miss the rest of the season because of a tendon issue in his knee. The 37-year-old former England man only made his comeback from a three-month lay-off with a toe injury
A couple of miles south of Birmingham’s bustling Bullring sits the city’s very own bear pit, at least as far as visiting Australian cricketers are concerned. The Ashes begin on Thursday at Edgbaston, ground