Posts Tagged "England"
Receiving various criticism and scrutiny, the Rugby League World Cup captures the attention of viewers around the world, whether that be in a positive or negative way.
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Continuing on from the first part of my Ashes predictions, here’s what else we might expect to see in the upcoming summer of Ashes Test cricket.
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The New Zealand rout aside, England were worryingly ordinary during the 2012 November internationals.
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While his sparkling form in the one-day form of the game certainly brings him to the fore of selection discussions, calls for George Bailey to be a certain starter for the first Ashes Test are extremely premature.
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With the Ashes approaching and increasing amounts of work/study to procrastinate from it’s time to take stock of Australia’s side and prospects.
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As Australia prepare for their traditional late-spring European Tour, I evaluate the sides the Wallabies will be taking on in their quest for that elusive grand slam. After yesterday covering Italy, I will look now at England.
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I woke up and watched the England football team play this morning. And I did not regret it one bit.
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The inclusion of Callum Ferguson over Steve Smith, the withdrawal of Michael Clarke, the axing of Fawad Ahmed and the omission of David Warner from the ODI tour of India are signs Australia is at least heading in the right direction in terms of winning back the little urn.
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Three batting spots in Australia’s next Ashes squad are wide open. While Chris Rogers, David Warner, Shane Watson, Michael Clarke and Steve Smith are locked in, Australia must identify a number six as well as two backup batsmen.
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Watching Mitchell Johnson in this ODI series against England feels somewhat like watching your favourite band during a comeback tour in their twilight years.
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Due to the delayed start of the first ODI, Sky are taking us down memory lane with an ODI from 2005, which got me thinking nostalgically myself.
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Following Australia’s capitulation on the fourth day it was clear for everyone to see: Australia didn’t have the mental fortitude to put England to the sword.
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Besides recently mastering the art of being persistently irritating on a cricket field, what else do Ian Bell and Tony Hill have in common?
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Three Tests into this Ashes series, I have cast my eye over the performances of all players involved, ranking them in order from 1 to 27 as well as giving a rating out of 10 for each.
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My goodness how times change. England will hold the Ashes for the third series in a row, and the team has a certain swagger about them.
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Darren Lehmann’s tenure as Australian cricket coach will be well and truly defined at the Sydney Cricket Ground in early January next year.
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You’ve got to hand it to Fleet Street, they know how to put the boot in when the time calls for it.
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I bumped into an old cricket buddy a few days back and said g’day like we had seen each other a few days earlier. In fact it had been several years. Five to be exact.
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The gut-churning drama of Trent Bridge proved again that the Ashes concept rolls on unabated as the perpetual pressure-cooker of sporting rivalries. It is the contest that truly has it all.
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As I charged up the laptop to compose this column I was torn between two key views of the first Test at Trent Bridge.
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