England’s James Anderson recorded his best bowling figures at Edgbaston to reduce Australia to 136 all-out on Day 1 of the third Ashes Test. England made 133-3 in reply, before rain brought an end to proceedings. Read the entire report here on The News Hub.
Thrashed in the first Test, the Aussies dug into their remarkable temperament for an incredible comeback in the second. … More Ashes 2015: How Australia turned the tables on England as though they had never lost
England are resurgent and playing at home, while Australia have an ageing team, which makes the contest evenly-poised. … More Not an England or Australia cricket fan? Here’s why you should still be watching the 2015 Ashes
Despite some surprisingly decent statistics, Manchester United No 7 Angel Di Maria’s first season at Old Trafford can only be labelled as a failure by his standards. … More Angel Di Maria: Should Manchester United sell their record signing?
England’s new director of cricket, Andrew Strauss, may have his reasons for dismissing Kevin Pietersen’s chances of returning to the national team, but him and his employers need to explain a number of things to the public. Read the article here. Featured image courtesy: Naparazzi (Creative Commons)
England and Arsenal forward Lianne Sanderson has been named in a World Cup squad before, in 2007, but eight years and 46 international caps later, the 27-year-old “had a lump in my throat” when head coach Mark Sampson informed her that she was in his 23-member group for Canada 2015. … More Lianne Sanderson ‘broke down’ after making England squad for 2015 Women’s World Cup
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal can afford to enjoy his glass of red wine following Saturday’s scrappy 2-1 win over Crystal Palace, but deep down the Dutchman will know that his team had robbed the Eagles off a deserved three points. After three consecutive defeats, Van Gaal would not care how his side managed … More Manchester United’s transition far from over despite Champions League boost
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By Jaideep Vaidya. Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew believes his gameplan can stop Chelsea being crowned champions against them. Embed from Getty Images The 12th-placed Eagles’ remarkable run of four straight league wins – including victory over Manchester City – was halted after back-to-back defeats by West Brom and…
Arsene Wenger will lead his Arsenal side into Saturday afternoon’s match against West Ham United on the back of four successive league wins. … More Arsenal’s home form will be decisive in run-in, says Arsene Wenger
England were knocked out of the ICC Cricket World Cup after the first round for the third time since 1992. … More How to fix England’s one-day cricket following World Cup debacle