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The Ashes 2017-18

Ranking England's Australian nightmares

Jan 10, 2018: In eight completed Ashes tours since 1986-87, England have won one series and lost seven by thumping margins. But which have had saving graces, and which have been unmitigated shockers?

Andrew Miller

Dean Headley

'I knocked on the door for two years'

Jun 15, 2013: Dean Headley looks back at playing on the sidelines of his dad's matches and using his bats

Interview by Jack Wilson

PCA XI v West Indians, Arundel

Nick Knight to lead PCA XI against West Indies

Jun 6, 2007: The Professional Cricketers' Association have named their side to take on West Indies in a charity Twenty20 match at Arundel on June 26

ESPNcricinfo staff

Cricinfo XI

Call back the medics

Jul 4, 2006: Another batch of cricketers who have kept the medical profession in gainful employment

Martin Williamson and Andrew McGlashan

The Top Ten ...

Tight Ashes Tests

Aug 10, 2005: A look back to ten of the closest finishes between cricket's oldest rivals, England and Australia

Will Luke

Ashes Memories - Dean Headley

'I hit Mark Taylor on the head'

Jul 15, 2005: Dean Headley spoke to Cricinfo about his Ashes memories from 1997

Injury forces Headley to retire

Mar 5, 2001: Dean Headley today announced to Kent County Cricket Club and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) that he has retired from First Class Cricket

ECB Media Release

Dean Headley begins training

Apr 26, 2000: The Kent and England fast bowler Dean Headley has resumed training following the injury to his lower back which forced him to miss the County's Benson and Hedges Cup zonal matches and the PPP healthcare County Championship fixture against Lancashire

ECB Statement

Headley a handful on attack (5 January 1999)

Jan 5, 1999: THIS is breathless, gripping cricket day after day

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