featurecricket5 hours ago

Ashes 2019 | Headingley Day 2 Talking Points - Australia's professional pace battery and England's unfortunate identity

One session was all that it took for England's Ashes hopes to come crashing down as a morning session of mayhem saw the hosts getting bundled out for no more than 67 runs. Meanwhile, Marnus Labuschagne wore his Steve Smith mask yet again as he posted his third consecutive fifty of the series.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket6 hours ago

8 Things you missed | From David Warner's dance moves to Jofra Archer throwing watermelon

After getting bowled out for 179, Australia wreaked havoc on day 2 at Headingley. We know that you failed to notice these incidents as you were busy watching all the conventional and obvious things elsewhere. But don't worry! We were watching the entire match and we have everything covered for you.
Soumil Khare
newscricket11 hours ago

Twitter reacts as Australia run riot at Headingley

It's hard to compute the disaster at Headingley. Australia took 27.5 overs and folded England for 67 with Josh Hazlewood being the destroyer in chief. Fans on Twitter went mental and reacted on England's shambolic batting collapse and appreciated Australia for their terrific bowling performance.
Soumil Khare
featurecricketa day ago

Ashes 2019 | Headingley Day 1 Talking Points - David Warner's Ashes warning and the Jofra Archer Juggernaut

Three days was all that separated the Lord's and the Headingley Tests, but it felt like both teams picked up the pieces exactly from where they left off as they traded blows with each other on an exhilarating Day 1. The English weather did try to steal the limelight, but it failed miserably.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricketa day ago

Twitter explodes as Jofra Archer blows Australia away by taking his maiden fifer in Test cricket

A day that almost went wrong because of rain turned out to be a perfect day for England as they folded Australia for just 179 and all credit goes to Jofra Archer who took his maiden five-fer. Twitter went berserk after witnessing Archer's stunning bowling performance and reacted on the same.
Soumil Khare
featurecricket3 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Australia's predicted XI for the third Test at Headingley

As Australia take on the hosts for the third clash of this ongoing Ashes series, the visitors would want to take an almost series assuring 2-0 lead over England. Australia won the first Test comfortably by 255 runs and despite struggling against English bowlers at Lord's, managed to secure a draw.
Sritama Panda
newscricket3 days ago

Ashes 2019 | David Warner is the most mentally tough cricketer I know, says Tim Paine

Australian skipper Tim Paine has backed misfiring opener David Warner to come good ahead of the third Test at Headingley. The left-handed opener has thus far had a disastrous series, failing to reach double digits in four attempts after having fallen victim to Stuart Broad in three of them.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricket4 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Winners and Losers from Lord's ft. Marcus Harris, English tail-enders and Technology

It almost feels like Edgbaston served as a clam before the storm that was Lord's, as the series has been blown wide open despite the match ending in a draw. Just like Jofra Archer's bouncers, you just cannot evade our winners and losers list, and we've compiled our own from the Lord's Test.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket5 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Carrying momentum irrelevant ahead of 3rd Test, says Tim Paine

After a fierce battle at Lord’s that saw no winners, Tim Paine has suggested that the momentum that England carries into the third Test at Headingley matters too much. However, Paine expressed hopes that his openers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft can finally find some runs at Leeds.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricket5 days ago

Ashes 2019 | Lord's Day 5 Talking Points - Jofra Archer's abrasive arrows and Marnus Labuschagne's Steve Smith impression

A total of just 289 overs were bowled in the entirety of the match, but it turned out to be one for the ages as both teams brought out their A-game at the Home of Cricket. Travis Head and Marnus Labuchagne grinded out for a dramatic draw in the last hour to ensure Aussies retained their 1-0 lead.
Anirudh Suresh