Graeme Swann's impressive performance in the first Test against West Indies has got the Daily Telegraph's Steve James thinking the offspinner may give Australia a bit of trouble
It seems that England’s secret weapon against the Australians this summer won’t be the super substitutes of the Duncan Fletcher era
The Ashes is but 12 banter-filled days away, and English fans already have the perfect excuse prepared if the unthinkable should happen and England fail to regain the Ashes
Nathan Hauritz must have thought his luck had changed when he was batting on the first day and the ball hit the stumps without removing the bail
Paul Weaver writes in his Guardian blog that Andrew Flintoff has borrowed freely from the goodwill of the English public and now he owes them - big time.
With Australia piling on a big total on day three, Vic Marks writes in the Guardian that Andrew Staruss' attack looked increasingly bedraggled as the day progressed and says this is a good match for an aspiring England bowler to miss
Something was not right with Mitchell Johnson on the first day at Lord's but Robert Craddock in his blog on the Daily Telegraph website, the Australian daily, says the fans need not despair and that the bowler will improve quickly when he gets
The impact of one player grasping a match by the neck and throttling it until it stopped squeaking, Flintoff’s efforts on an unresponsive wicket on rebellious knees were staggering