England go 2-0 up in their One-Day International series against Australia with a 38-run win in Cardiff.
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England win the opening one-day international against Australia by three wickets.
Scotland are all out for just 82 as Pakistan ease to a 2-0 victory in their Twenty20 series.
Justin Langer is named Australia head coach, replacing Darren Lehmann who resigned in March.
England move to the top of the latest ICC One-Day International rankings.
Joe Root’s bowling and batting leads England to victory over Australia to take a 2-0 lead in the One Day International series.
Jason Roy’s 180 runs helps England towards a five-wicket victory in the first One-Day International against Australia.
Australia thrash England by an innings in the final Ashes test to take a 4-0 series victory.
England slip to 93-4 after day four of the final Ashes test and still need 210 runs to force Australia to bat on the final day.
Usman Khawaja’s 92 not out puts Australia in control of the final Ashes test after England finish their first innings on 346.
Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow fall late on Day 1 of the fifth Ashes test to put England into a precarious position at the close of play.
Shai Hope becomes the first player to score two centuries in the same match at Headingley as West Indies chase down 322 on the final day to defeat England.
A superb partnership from Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope put West Indies ahead by 79 runs after day two of the second Test against England.
England stroll to victory over West Indies after taking 19 wickets on the third day of the first Test to win by an innings.
Alistair Cook and Joe Root both score centuries as England move to 348-3 after stumps of the first day of the day-night Test against West Indies.
Moeen Ali takes five wickets on the fourth day as England complete a 3-1 series win over South Africa.
Moeen Ali’s 67 not out has taken England to 226/8 after the third day’s play of the fourth test against South Africa. South Africa were bowled out for 226 in the first hour of...
James Anderson takes four wickets as South Africa are reduced to 220/9 after the close of play on day two of the fourth Test.
Kagiso Rabada posts bowling figures of 2/52 to limit England’s success on the opening day of the fourth test against South Africa.
Moeen Ali scores a hat-trick to lead England to victory in the third test against South Africa.
England need to take six wickets on Day 5 after setting a score of 492 to win during the fourth day of the third test against South Africa.
Keaton Jennings and Tom Westley’s batting brings England to a 272-run lead before rain stops play on day three of the third test against South Africa.
Toby Roland-Jones bowling dominates the South Africa attack as England take complete control of the Second Test at The Oval.
Alistair Cook scores 82 not out to bring England to 171/4 after a rain-affected opening day of the third test against South Africa.