1. Former England coach questions Ben Stokes' "unserious" stars ahead of fourth India Test

    By Felix Keith Mark Ramprakash has questioned whether England’s Bazball method may be encouraging “fundamentally unserious” players. England were thrashed by 434 runs in the third Test against India after a shocking batting collapse. Ben Stokes ’ side slipped to 2-1 down in the fiv
  2. Zak Crawley 'shocked' at being named England captain but ready to step forward

    By Dean Wilson ‘Shocked’ Zak Crawley has admitted his surprise at being asked to skipper England for the first time in a three match ODI series against Ireland. But after a summer in which he showed his attacking class as an opening batsman in the Ashes and came out of his shell as
  3. Stuart Broad praised for 'speaking his mind' as England cricket icon prepares for new chapter

    By Jack Otway Stuart Broad has been praised for 'speaking his mind' by former Australia star Brad Hogg. The 37-year-old is currently in the spotlight after taking the final two wickets of the Ashes on Monday, having announced his imminent retirement from the sport 48 hours previous
  4. England coach Brendon McCullum admits need to refine Bazball after stunning Ashes comeback

    By Dean Wilson Head coach Brendon McCullum admitted his Bazball formula had to be refined in order to salvage a 2-2 Ashes draw from 2-0 down. The former Kiwi captain turned coach, who has helped inspire a more positive and attacking approach to Test cricket alongside Ben Stokes , is