For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. That at least, is what Isaac Newton proposed, in his third law of motion. The Bible had something along those lines too; the Lord giveth, and
If you’ve mentioned opening batsmen in England across a growing number of recent years, you will have witnessed a glum ritual in response. Those who have occupied the position since the retirement of Strauss
Jofra Archer insisted he does not need to bowl 90mph-plus to help England win the Ashes as he described how he deliberately eased off the pace during his sensational six-wicket haul against Australia.
How to watch the Ashes 2019: TV channel and live coverage details for England vs Australia third Test
It is the 71st Ashes series, the oldest rivalry cricket that takes place between England and Australia. The two countries take it in turns to host a five-Test series, normally every couple of years, with
England were bowled out for 67 on the second day of the third Test by Australia, who are on the verge of retaining the Ashes. A combination of relentless Australia bowling and awful home batting sent to