News - England Cricket
Stuart Broad has been the most consistent paceman on either side in the Ashes and in the absence of James Anderson his importance has gone up a level for England
Nottinghamshire have declined a request from the Barmy Army to allow their trumpeter, Billy Cooper, to play at the fourth Investec Ashes Test at Trent Bridge
Northamptonshire chief executive, Ray Payne, has admitted that the club are talking to the ECB about financial assistance but denied that they are considering selling their ground and moving to a new home
Mitchell Johnson is hoping to return to the aggression that saw him bounce out Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes at Edgbaston
Dawid Malan and Nick Gubbins both made excellent hundreds as Middlesex squeezed past Sussex by three runs in a thriller at Hove to maintain their hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the Royal London Cup.