Andrew McGlashan

Deputy editor at ESPNcricinfo

James Taylor regretted playing across the line

England v Australia, 2nd ODI, Lord's

Taylor not afraid of looking silly

As was England's mantra against New Zealand earlier this summer, when they responded to back-to-back defeats to take the series, there will be no backing away from an aggressive mindset

Moeen Ali plays a flick

Australia in England 2015

Versatile Moeen enjoys return to the top

Few players in the world currently undertake the variety of roles handed to Moeen Ali. In the recent Ashes he was bolstering England's lower order at No. 8 then in the T20 against Australia he strode in at No. 3

Marcus Stoinis at the bowling crease

England v Australia, T20, Cardiff

Who is Marcus Stoinis?

Australia have handed a debut to 26-year-old Victoria allrounder Marcus Stoinis in the T20 against England. Here's a little bit about the new name

Cameron Boyce took the wicket of Rilee Rossouw

England v Australia, T20, Cardiff

World T20 gives one-off clash a focus

ESPNcricinfo previews the standalone T20 between England and Australia as both sides begin to focus on the global tournament in India next year

Josh Hazlewood removed Adam Lyth cheaply

England v Australia, 5th Investec Test, Kia Oval

'Gutted' Anderson misses out for final Test

James Anderson could have played his final Ashes Test after being ruled out of the last installment of this campaign at the Kia Oval due to the side strain he sustained at Edgbaston

Mark Wood's long-standing ankle injury might yet need an operation

The Investec Ashes 2015

Wood faces up to prospect of ankle operation

Mark Wood has enjoyed the thrill of taking the wicket that won the Ashes for England, but on the horizon is the less palatable thought of an operation on a persistent ankle ailment

Adam Lyth, Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, and Moeen Ali rejoice after the crushing win

The Investec Ashes 2015

Ashes regained in 14 days

ESPNcricinfo looks back on the four Tests in a fast-forward series which decided the Ashes with a match to spare

James Anderson does some fitness work

The Investec Ashes 2015

Anderson returns to squad for fifth Test

James Anderson has been included in a 14-man England squad for the final Investec Ashes Test at the Kia Oval but will not be risked unless he has completely recovered from the side injury which ruled him out of the Trent Bridge encounter.