England

5:38 PM ET Andrew Miller at Lord’s Joe Root, England’s captain, believes that Jofra Archer‘s addition to the bowling attack has “potentially” changed the course of the Ashes, after another sustained and dramatic display of hostile fast bowling almost inspired England to a remarkable final-day Test victory at Lord’s. Less than 24 hours after unleashing
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9:38 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Eoin Morgan has hinted that he may step down as England’s white-ball captain due to a back injury. Morgan suffered a back spasm during the World Cup, leaving the field during the win against the West Indies in Southampton, and his training was limited throughout the tournament in order to
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1:44 PM ET Daniel Brettig at Lord’s Lord’s day two, evening, 2009. The Oval, day two, afternoon, 2009. Lord’s, day two, afternoon, 2013. Durham, day four, evening, 2013. Edgbaston, day one, afternoon, 2015. Trent Bridge, day one, morning, 2015. Just six sessions over 10 years, but together they have been enough to more or less
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11:34 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Adil Rashid, England’s World Cup-winning legspinner, has been ruled out for the rest of the season as his shoulder injury continues to plague him. Rashid’s shoulder injury was first made public when England’s World Cup squad was announced, and was cited as a reason for the inclusion of Liam Dawson
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Jos Buttler fell cheaply to Pat Cummins twice at Edgbaston © Getty Images Jos Buttler has insisted there is no need for England to panic after their defeat in the first Ashes Test at Edgbaston, and denied the loss would serve as a wake-up call. Despite having Australia 122 for 8 in their first innings,
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7:06 AM ET The ECB is set to confirm a window for The Hundred which will allow England’s best-known players to participate in the first few games of the tournament next summer. A 13-day window in England’s international schedule will enable some England stars to participate early in the tournament, giving it a better chance
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