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  • Australia aim to pour cold water on England's summer

    England are still basking in the glow of an epic World Cup triumph but if anything can throw cold water over their memorable summer it would be a first home Ashes series loss to Australia for 18 years.

  • Morgan to play for Dhaka Dynamites

    Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) franchise Dhaka Dynamites have roped in England limited-overs skipper Eoin Morgan for the upcoming edition of the tournament.

  • Theresa May hosts England cricket team

    British Prime Minister Theresa May hosted the World Cup-winning England cricket team in the garden of her Downing Street residence on Monday, describing their win as "one of the great sporting spectacles of our time".

  • 8.3 million Brits watched England win World Cup

    More than 8 million people in Britain tuned in to watch England win the Cricket World Cup on Sunday following the decision by Sky decision to allow the final to be shown on a free-to-air channel.

  • Limping Australia look forward to 'blockbuster' England semi

    Australia captain Aaron Finch is relishing a "blockbuster" Cricket World Cup semi-final against England at Edgbaston on Thursday but injury concerns threaten to derail the plans of the defending champions.

  • England win comfortably against India

    What looked to be an interesting run chase at the half way stage of the chase turned out to be a one sided event as England won by 31 runs against India.

  • Australia thrash England to move into semis

    Australia beat England by 64 runs at Lord's to secure their spot as the first team into the semi-finals.

  • Gordon Banks dead at 81

    Gordon Banks, England's goalkeeper when they won the 1966 World Cup, has died aged 81, his former club Stoke City announced on Tuesday.

  • Tigresses beaten in final ICC Women’s World T20 match

    Tigresses lose to Eng by 7 wickets

    Bangladesh women's cricket team lost against England by seven wickets in a rain-affected fixture of the Women's World T20 in St. Lucia on Monday.

  • England edge Spain in five-goal thriller

    England ran riot with three first-half goals, including two from Raheem Sterling, to stun Spain and earn a 3-2 away win in the Nations League on Monday as they moved back into contention in League A Group 4 of UEFA's new competition.

  • Church of England numbers in Britain are at record low

    The number of Britons who describe themselves as belonging to the Church of England has fallen to a record low with more than half now saying they have no religion, according to a survey.

  • England vs Pakistan test match

    ICC congratulates England on their 1000th men's Test

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) congratulates the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) as their men’s team prepare for their 1000th Test match, against India on Wednesday at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

  • "most definitely" coming home, Prince Harry predicts

    Britain's Prince Harry confidently predicts that England would lift the World Cup as Gareth Southgate's men prepare for their semi-final against Croatia.

  • Anyone but England? The bitter truth about football rivalry in the UK

    For football fans in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, it's often a case of ABE (Anyone But England). It's tough for them to change the habit of a lifetime and get behind Gareth Southgate's team in the World Cup.

  • England romp into semis

    An impressive England advance to their first World Cup semifinal for 28 years on Saturday after headers by Harry Maguire and Dele Alli give them a deserved 2-0 last-eight victory over a disappointing Sweden.

  • Wedding guests face tough World Cup choice

    World Cup fever in England will not extend to weddings round the country with those tempted to glance at their mobile phones during the match with Sweden facing a red card.

  • Haunted Southgate persuades youngsters to forget history

    Gareth Southgate will never get over his own penalty miss 22 years ago but ensuring his young charges are not be daunted by history paid off when they finally laid England's World Cup shootout curse.

  • Hattrick Kane leads England into last 16

    England and Belgium qualify for the World Cup knockout phase after Gareth Southgate's side sweep Panama aside 6-1 on Sunday.

  • Kane breaks Tunisian hearts

    A stoppage-time header from two-goal Harry Kane gives England a 2-1 win over Tunisia in their opening World Cup Group G match on Monday.

  • Sarfraz Ahmed

    Sarfraz, Pakistan fined for slow over-rate

    Pakistan were fined for a slow over-rate during their rousing nine-wicket win over hosts England in the first Test at Lord’s, an International Cricket Council media release informed.

  • Ray Wilkins no more

    Former England and Manchester United midfielder Ray Wilkins has died at the age of 61 following a cardiac arrest, his former club Chelsea announced on Wednesday.

  • Jason Roy (L) celebrates with teammate Joe Root

    Roy's record 180 inspires England to victory

    Opener Jason Roy records the highest-ever one-day international score by an England player as the tourists finally had something to celebrate with a five-wicket win over Australia.

  • Chris Lynn

    White replaces Lynn in Australia's ODI squad

    Cameron White replaces injured Chris Lynn in Australia's squad for this month's one-day international series against England.

  • Smith's masterful ton gives Aussies the edge

    Steve Smith produces a defiant unconquered century as Australia take the edge in the first Ashes Test at the Gabba on Saturday.

  • Ilkay Guendogan

    England, Germany to wear poppies in friendly

    England and Germany's players will wear black armbands bearing commemorative poppy motifs in Friday's friendly at Wembley, the Football Association (FA) announce.

  • Moeen hattrick seals Test for England

    Moeen Ali's hattrick sees England complete a 239-run win over South Africa in the third Test at The Oval on Monday.

  • Pietersen eyes South Africa international return

    Kevin Pietersen says he has not ruled out resurrecting his international career with his native South Africa even though he'll be pushing 40 when he requalifies.

  • Pakistan in final

    Pakistan book a place in Sunday's final of the ICC Champions Trophy after dispatching hosts England by eight wickets in the first semifinal at the Sophia Garden in Cardiff today.

  • Rashford determined to show Manchester unity

    Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford says his recent hospital visit to see victims of the Manchester terror attack was motivated by a desire to show the city remains united.

  • England in semifinals

    England book their place in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy with an 87-run win over New Zealand in Cardiff on Tuesday.

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