Off field incidents continue to plague England’s Ashes tour.

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Another off-field incident has hit the England cricket team on their tour of Australia. Batsman Ben Duckett who was due to play against an Australia XI in an Ashes tour game was dropped after he poured a drink over bowler James Anderson in a Perth bar. The incident which happened

Questions regarding England’s Ashes selectors

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“It is hard to imagine a more stupid or dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong”. So said Thomas Newell, the economist, words which now seem awfully relevant to the selection panel for England’s 2017/2018

Chris Tremlett: Kevin Pietersen was just ‘voicing his opinion’

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Chris Tremlett believes something more must have gone on for Kevin Pietersen to have been sacked from the England cricket team, the fast bowler insists that he only saw the batsman "voicing his opinion" and surely that wouldn’t be a good enough reason to remove England’s talisman. Back in February The

Stuart Broad: We must put Ashes tour behind us

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With the woeful display in the Ashes tour this winter, the England & Wales Cricket Board was forced to take action. This saw the downfall in Kevin Pietersen career as an England player, which T20 captain Stuart Broad said that he wanted to no part in the demise of England’s

What Next For England After Ashes Whitewash?

What Next For England After Ashes Whitewash?

A little over two months ago, England arrived in Australia looking to win their fourth successive Ashes series but the large majority of the test team will head home with their tails firmly between their legs. Prior to the start of the first test match at the Gabba, England were the