Cricket, Latest news update:
Leicestershire chief executive Wasim Khan has backed coach Andrew McDonald to go on to lead the Australian national side in the future.
Former England international Dominic Cork believes the winner of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff will win the entire series.
Bowler Stuart Broad has warned Australia to expect a "competitive" and "ruthless" England side in this summer's Ashes series.
Stephen Parry has revealed he is seeking a loan move away from Lancashire due to his lack of County Championship action.
New England coach Trevor Bayliss says his side will fight 'fire with fire' during the upcoming Ashes series against Australia.
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Yorkshire's leg-spinning all-rounder Adil Rashid has been included in England's 13-man squad for next week's Ashes opener in Cardiff.
Fast bowler Ryan Harris is a major doubt for next week's Ashes opener in Cardiff as he is struggling with a knee problem.
Peter Moores says he is looking forward to working at Nottinghamshire after being appointed as a coaching consultant.
Northamptonshire have suffered a huge blow after the club confirmed David Willey will be out injured until the end of July.
Australia's Shane Watson and Mitchell Starc believe England coach Trevor Bayliss could give his new team the edge in the Ashes series.
Captain Michael Clarke feels things are coming together nicely as Australia prepare for next week's first Ashes Test with England.
Sir Ian Botham believes England can reclaim the Ashes this summer if their bowling attack produces the goods.
England's Mark Wood says he is excited about the opportunity of taking on Australia's Shane Watson in the Ashes.
Australia legend Shane Warne has told James Anderson and Stuart Broad to expect a barrage of sledging in the up-coming Ashes series.
Stuart Broad says England must not be distracted by the aggressive approach likely to be favoured by the Australians during the Ashes.
England bowler Chris Jordan faces up to six weeks on the sidelines due to a side strain and will miss the start of the Ashes campaign.
Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara has announced that he will retire from the international game in August.
Australia's Steve Smith says he'll let his "bat do the talking" after questions were raised over how he would perform in England.
England captain Alastair Cook insists there is a new-found confidence within the squad ahead of the Ashes series.