Cricket News sort by The Ashes 2015

England played some excellent cricket in three of the five Tests to clinch the 2015 Ashes 3-2. Here's a closer look at how the players performed.

As Australia look back at things that went wrong for them in Ashes 2015, here's our report card of the Aussie team.

Australia defeated England by an inning and 46 runs to narrow their defeat margin of the Ashes series 2015. With this win Australia dampen England’s Ashes celebration for some extent

Australia have taken a long stride towards victory in the fifth Ashes Test at the Oval after bowling England out for 149 in the first inning, before enforcing follow on and reducing the hosts to 203 for 6 at stumps on day 3.

Steve Smith scored a well compiled century to help Australia reach 481 in their first inning of the fifth Ashes Test at Oval and in reply England suffered a batting collapsed. They have already lost eight wickets for just 107 runs on the board at the end of the day 2 play.

Australian batsmen have finally seems to find its feet in English conditions but its too late now. The importance of this match in very low in context of the series but visitors should be delighted with the fact that two of their future stars,

As England and Australia head into the final Test of the 2015 Ashes, they will have contrasting emotions and objectives. While England would be keen to continue their winning run, Australia will seek to avoid another embarrassment.

Over the last decade, home advantage has played a massive role in the Ashes, with both sides exploiting the conditions on offer to the hilt

Australia have handed over the Ashes to England, having lost the last two Tests in under three days, at Edgbaston and Trent Bridge respectively