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5 Things Learnt from Opening Ashes Defeat
What do we make of England's disaster of an opening Ashes series defeat at 'fortress' Edgbaston, do we need to see wholesale changes for the Lord's test next time out, or is there enough trust in the same players (minus Anderson of course) to turn the situation around. Here we look at five issues that need to be looked at and addressed.
Line Ups for Opening Ashes Test
With Joe Root due to bat at Number 3, he will be pleased at least that Mitchell Starc is not in the oppositon line up for the opening Edgbaston clash of this years Ashes series.
England's Bowling Woes for Ireland Test
England have a new look bowling unit for the only test match with Ireland, at Lord's today, with James Anderson now facing a race against time to be fit for the Ashes series which starts on August 1st.
England Win World Cup - Relive the Highlights
We can't even start to digest what has happened in the World Cup Final, we are too busy watching the last parts of the game, over and over again. London is awash with England supporters celebrating as they lift the trophy for the first ever time.
Weather Outlook for World Cup Final
Early morning rain at Lord's, has seen cricket fans waiting before heading to the home of cricket, for the World Cup Final clash between England and New Zealand. Just what will the day bring in terms of the clouds and any sunshine that will come later in the day?
ICC Future Tours Programme
A World Test championship, and a 13 team One Day League, are all the focus for the next set of international fixtures for the International Cricket Council, up to and including 2023. Shorter tours maybe, but more options for cricket fans around the world, to enjoy our beautiful game.
Fans Snap up Last Minute Tickets
Desperate England Cricket supporters were up all night on the eve of the World Cup showdown with New Zealand, trying to secure a last minute ticket for the Lord's clash.
World Cup Final FREE to Air
England's first world cup appearance since 1992, will now be shown on free to air television, after Sky Sports reached a deal with Channel 4 to share the coverage. It means, millions of cricket lovers will get chance to cheer Eoin Morgan and the team on, as they bid to defeat New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday 14th July in the World Cup Final.
New Zealand Tour Packages Available
Despite the late arrival of any fixture details, packages are now on offer for England Cricket Fans, wanting to head to New Zealand later this year, for some autumn sun.
Morgan Looks a Cut Above
England captain Eoin Morgan was in very reflective mood after blowing records galore in the win over Afghanistan at Old Trafford, as England's World Cup campaign gathered pace.
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- Weather Outlook for World Cup Final
- ICC Future Tours Programme
- Fans Snap up Last Minute Tickets
- World Cup Final FREE to Air
- New Zealand Tour Packages Available
- South Africa Test Tickets
- England announce New Zealand Tour Dates
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