'If all Test cricket is like this it's going to be very exciting' - Archer
Archer's displays throughout his four Ashes Tests have made him an automatic pick for the future
Broad in 'good place' after summer reinvention
Senior fast bowler goes from "diminishing cricketer" to significant force again after perfecting new approach
How do England move forward after the Ashes?
Mark Butcher and Alexis Nunes analyse what Joe Root and England need to do in order to improve after a disappointing Ashes series.
Stats - Smith's Bradmanesque Ashes bash
With Steven Smith and Pat Cummins in fine fettle, Australia had the better numbers in a closely fought series
Farrell: How a summer of rivalry ended with honours even
Seven contests across two formats and four months ends with a trophy apiece for England, Australia
Brettig: Why Australia deserved to go home with the Ashes
A drawn series took the gloss off, but given where the squad were 12 months ago, retention was a triumph
'Jofra thought he could rip my head off' - Wade
Gripping duel lights up final afternoon of series, as Hobart team-mates go for broke
I have 'unfinished business' as Test captain, declares Paine
"There's a little bit of cricket left in this old body" says Paine, who admits he has "a couple" of regrets about the defeat at The Oval
Hussey: England deserved to win this Test match
Broad and Leach secure series-levelling victory
Matthew Wade struck a brilliant 117 but England removed Steven Smith for just 23 and wrapped up a convincing 135-run victory
Smith v the world: Where does he rank among the greatest?
Steven Smith's average of 64.56 is the all-time No. 1 at the 68-Test mark, where he currently stands. Just how did he get there?
Should either side be happy with a drawn series?
'I'm still learning how to get the best out of Archer' - Root
England captain warns not to expect too much too soon from spearhead after incisive maiden Test series
Gardner: Broad restates his Ashes gun status with one last late-summer blooming
Hold over Warner underlines importance of England's senior seamer, especially in absence of James Anderson
The Ashes have shown again how important bowling pairs are in Tests
As Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood have proved, bowlers working in tandem can dramatically impact a series
Is it possible to add six runs to Denly's total today?
Brettig: Fatigue kicks in for tetchy Australia
Scrutiny on administrators after four months of the most intense cricket in the world schedule
'Yeah, most of Australia hate me' - Marsh on struggle for acceptance
Candid allrounder says lifestyle fell short of standards during tough year, but is itching to make up lost ground
Mitchell Marsh's swing provides late relief for Australia
Marsh came into the team to swing the Dukes ball around corners, in the process sparing the blushes of several fatiguing team-mates
Did Australia decide to bowl first out of pity?
Buttler cuts loose at the last to relaunch England
Batsman admits to poor form after being tied down by fine attack, but free-flowing innings lifts England's day
Issues abound as England reach end of four-year cycle
More questions than answers as England seek to finish summer on a high
'English pitches should be more biased' - Anderson
Senior seamer criticises failure to prepare conditions to aid English seamers during Ashes campaign
Smith genius buys time for Warner and young batsmen
Langer admitted that Smith's talents had dragged an otherwise underperforming batting unit to victory in a series dominated by bowlers
Hussey praises Paine's captaincy and 'freak of nature' Smith
Michael Hussey reflects on a happy ending to a turbulent time for Australia's Tim Paine and Steven Smith
Farrell: Stokes' summer, Smith's Ashes
England and Australia's two heroes will be forever linked to this extraordinary Ashes series and remarkable English summer
Brettig: A scream, a win, and an urn dearly earned
Mission accomplished for Australia as planning pays off for Paine's squad
Dobell: England are not as good as they think they are
This side is full of batsmen with big reputations and small averages and bowlers put in the shade by Cummins and Hazlewood
Australia retain the Ashes as England fall short in gutsy rearguard
Australia have retained the Ashes on English soil for the first time since 2001 after digging deep in the final hour
'Pumped' Paine says Smith is the 'best' he's seen
Captain ecstatic as Australia seal the Ashes with a thrilling 185-run win at Old Trafford
Can Stokes perform another miracle for England?
Dobell: Archer's precious talent must be protected
Archer and the England team are still coming to terms with each other's little ways
Bayliss holding out for a hero
England go into the fifth day needing another miracle to sustain their hopes of winning back the Ashes
Will Joe Root ever get a century and is he well and truly out of the 'famous' 4?
Dobell: Burns shows the value of picking specialists
Burns is just the third England opener since Andrew Strauss retired to reach fifty three times in a series
'Cut Archer some slack' - England bowling coach
Silverwood warns against heightened expectations following low-key first innings
Cricket's DRS + Football's VAR = Fewer umpiring gaffes?
How can cricket avoid high-profile umpiring gaffes that have become the norm of late? Nagraj Gollapudi joins Srinath and Gaurav to discuss
Hussey: Warner's problems are not technical
ESPN's Melinda Farrell and former Australian batsman Michael Hussey discuss how David Warner can turn his poor form around.
Dobell: The key to Broad's edge over Warner
Broad dismisses Australian opener for fifth time in 87 balls this Ashes series
Brettig: Smith and Labuschagne together at last
Smith united with Labuschagne, his like-for-like replacement in more ways than one
Paine admits Leeds errors, explains Khawaja axing
Australia's captain has conceded that he should have kept the field up to Ben Stokes during the England allrounder's last-wicket stand with Jack Leach
I've lost sleep thinking about how to get Stokes out, admits Paine
Australia captain dismissive of Jofra Archer's comments that Australia panicked towards the end of the Headingley Test
The ups and downs of Khawaja's Test career
What does the future hold for Usman Khawaja after he was dropped for the fourth Test against England?
Steve Waugh rejoins Australia squad in hour of need
Originally set to be a part of the touring party only for the first two Tests, the former captain has flown back to help the Australians bounce back from the Headingley loss
'We felt a bit like we got the Ashes stolen' - Langer
Langer admits past week has been one of the most challenging of his coaching career
Broad looking forward to another Archer - Smith duel
Broad warns there will be no respite in England's attempt to discomfort Smith on his return
Anderson 'has a lot of Test cricket left in him' - Broad
Broad 'absolutely' expects to play Test cricket with new-ball partner again
Nicholas: Can we finally lay the ghost of Botham to rest?
Like Beefy and Andrew Flintoff, Ben Stokes has the spirit and stamina to drag his side out of trouble
Chappell: How do the 2019 Ashes compare to 2005?
Three matches down, three similar results, but can the series rise to the level of the magnificent 2005 edition?
The near-identical tales of Vishwa and Leach taking their teams to epic wins
Two No. 11s given the job of holding down an end while their batting partners led improbable chases from the other end
The past from few years ago came up when I got hit - Smith
He says he recalled the incident that led to Phil Hughes' death in 2014 when he himself was left concussed by Jofra Archer at Lord's
Smith's first thought after being struck on neck was of Phillip Hughes
'Particularly where I got hit, just a bit of past came up, if you know what I mean, from a few years ago,' the batsman said
'All for bowling fast but I'm here to get wickets' - Archer
Jofra Archer looking forward to renewing battle with Steven Smith and warns Australia could feel the "mental" side effects of Headingley
Poll - which is the greatest fourth-innings knock in the last 25 years?
Take our poll and tell us which of these fourth-innings epics from the past 25 years sticks out in your memory as the best of the lot
Dobell: Stokes blossoms in the heat of competition as others wilt
Now is the time to marvel and wonder, to congratulate and celebrate. Thanks to Stokes, cricket in England seems relevant again
Cummins seeks perspective amid Leeds chaos
The calamity of Cape Town 18 months ago has helped Australia accept that the Headingley loss was simply a game of cricket they can learn from
Batting in focus as Australia plot resurrection of their own
Justin Langer concedes batsmen haven't produced as tourists head for Derby with questions aplenty
Nicholas: Stokes 2019 = Botham '81 + Flintoff '05 and more
The Ashes are alive thanks to the incredible game awareness and self-belief of one batsman who was yet again left to get it done by himself
Farrell: Do you remember how it started?
The exhilarating ebbs and flows of an extraordinary Headingley Ashes Test match will live long in the memory of those who witnessed it
Stats - Stokes' epic innings leads England to record chase
Stats highlights from an unbelievable run-chase at Headingley as England levelled the series
#PoliteEnquiries: What just happened?!
'Village cricketer' Leach savours moment as unlikely Ashes hero
Spinner admits he thought he would be watching series at home - but now keen to prove his worth as a bowler
Anderson takes another step on Ashes comeback trail
England bowler sends down 20 overs for Lancashire 2nd XI as he continues to rebuild from a calf injury
#PoliteEnquiries: Is anything possible at Headingley?
Johnson: Australia will hope the pitch goes a bit up and down
Mitchell Johnson discusses what Australia could do to halt England before they build enough momentum for a come-from-behind victory
Dobell: Root digs in during fight to save Test - and his captaincy
Joe Root shows leadership qualities with gritty innings that raises hopes of great escape
#PoliteEnquiries: Time to consider relieving Root of the captaincy?
Melinda Farrell and George Dobell answer your #PoliteEnquiries
Dobell: Roy's opening woes epitomise a broken system
The ECB's policies played a key part in winning the World Cup, but could be about to contribute to losing the Ashes
Stats - England's fourth sub-100 total in two years
Headingley horror show was England's lowest total at the ground, and their lowest in the Ashes since 1948
#Polite Enquiries: Is Root using 'his new toy' Archer too much?
Brettig: Australia ride their luck, but only so far
Tourists thankful for David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne staving off the possibility of a 2015 Trent Bridge horror show
Warner makes own fortune on return to form
Australia opener would have been "happy to get out to a good ball" after working on tightening technique
Dobell: Root's England can ill afford to lose
Ashes results tend to define the careers of England's captains and coaches: if Root leads England to successive series defeats, they will have to contemplate a change
Australia yearn to take back control at Leeds
Australia will hope to attack down the Headingley hill and keep things tight going up it as they continue their attempts to 'win boring'
Batsmen must stare down Archer's bouncer
Just like getting back in the saddle after being thrown from a horse, Australians have to confront danger
Nicholas: The beauty of the Test match game now? Everybody goes at it like mad dogs
We talk about poor techniques and slow over rates, but now more than ever, as Lord's showed, the play is the thing, and it has everybody hooked.
Smith moves to No. 2 in Test rankings for batsmen
Karunaratne broke into the top ten after his fourth-innings 122 handed Sri Lanka 60 points in Galle
Poll: Archer or ... which was the most impactful Test debut?
Take part in our poll and tell us which you think has been the most impactful Test debut in the last 20 years
Did England over-bowl Archer in the second Test?
Switch Hit - Awesome Archer fires up Ashes
The Switch Hit team discuss Steve Smith's concussion and a stunning debut from Jofra Archer
Stokes 'just finds a way' as his authority takes on new significance
Allrounder's hundred and Steven Smith's concussion means his could be the most prized wicket on either side at Headingley
'The sky is the limit' for Archer - Stokes
Vice-captain says Archer's fifth spell in the first innings was "one of the best" spells of fast bowling he has seen as a player
Brettig: Super sub Labuschagne steps into the breach for Australia
The first concussions substitute in the history of Test cricket did more than his bit to help stave off an Australia defeat
Paine vows to keep hooking as Australia stick to Ashes blueprint
Captain unconcerned after being dismissed by Jofra Archer short ball and says "message won't change" after Lord's draw
#PoliteEnquiries: Did Jofra change the Ashes? Has Cummins come of age?
Chappell: Why Smith '19 reminds us of Bradman '30
There are striking parallels between the stellar runs of form of the two Australians
Miller: Archer proves natural born thriller
England's debutant shook up Lord's and knocked the previously serene Steven Smith off his stride
#PoliteEnquiries: Any chance of a roof for cricket grounds?
Miller: England fall short as Root misallocates resources
Nearly half of Jofra Archer's 42 deliveries on the third morning were left alone - not that he was the man for these conditions anyway
#PoliteEnquiries: ANY evidence that Root is a good captain?!
Melinda Farrell and Andrew Miller take your polite enquiries after day 2 of the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
Miller: England's batting maelstrom squanders another opportunity
There was arguably not a single player in England's batting lineup in his optimal position at Lord's - and it showed
Lyon critical of Australia's standards
Falling short of usual level a "positive sign we can get better" argues Lyon
What is Woakes' best Lord's moment?
'More ready than I've ever been' - Archer primed for Tests
Ahead of his expected debut, Jofra Archer warns England not to expect 'miracles' but says he is ready for Test cricket
Nine years after debut, Paine back at Lord's for defining Test
Inexperienced but well-traveled in life, Paine chasing a victory that will help chart a more open-minded path for those who follow
Langer lauds fast-bowling depth but warns against complacency
Australia coach happy to have options in attack as they look to strengthen grip on series at Lord's