The Ashes Test Series 2015

Hayden, Ponting bat for axed Haddin

Brad Haddin should never have been dropped from Australia's Test team given the circumstances surrounding his omission from the 2nd Test, says Matt Hayden.

Rogers expected to play third Ashes Test

Chris Rogers has trained well and is set to play the third Ashes Test, while Michael Clarke says there is still plenty of respect between Australia and England.

Young guns spark Aussie women's cricket

Match winning Australians Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry are making their presence felt in the upper reaches of the women's ODI cricket world rankings.

England's flop duo set for Edgbaston Test

English flops Steve Finn and Jonny Bairstow are set to end their Test exiles, caused by Australia in 2013/14, and play in the third Test at Edgbaston.

Green Edgbaston pitch excites Clarke

Australia skipper Michael Clarke is hoping Edgbaston remains a green pitch, as England dither over what deck they want for the third Ashes Test.

Johnson set to snare 300th Test scalp

Mitchell Johnson's express pace and leadership have been praised by Michael Clarke and Darren Lehmann, with the left-armer set to take his 300th Test wicket.

Clarke confirms Nevill is Test keeper

Brad Haddin, a 37-year-old veteran of 66 Tests, is available again but Australia selectors have retained Peter Nevill for the third Ashes Test.

Bell ready to step up: Alastair Cook

Ian Bell will play a major role in England's hopes of winning the third Ashes Test, with captain Alastair Cook confident he will thrive at first drop.

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