#PoliteEnquiries: Is it time to consider relieving Joe Root of the captaincy?
Josh Hazlewood leads way as Australia squeeze free-scoring England
Plan to 'dry up the runs and force mistakes' pays off as England skittled for 67
Thorpe criticises poor shot selection but says England can still win
Batting coach calls on England do "something special" after disastrous day at Headingley
England 67 all out as Australia close in on Ashes
Josh Hazlewood takes five wickets as England are bowled out for 67
Josh Hazlewood five-for sparks England collapse to leave Ashes hopes hanging by a thread
Hazlewood claims 5 for 30 as England are bowled out for 67 and Australia close in on 300-plus lead
Australia find Ashes gold at end of pace rainbow
How did Josh Hazlewood, James Pattinson and Pat Cummins bowl together for the first time on the most important day of the 2019 Ashes series?
Jason Roy's woes as a Test opener epitomise a broken system
'The ECB's policies played a key part in winning the World Cup, but are about to play a key part in losing the Ashes'
Stats: England's fourth sub-100 total in two years
England's Headingley horror show was their lowest total at the ground, and their lowest in the Ashes since 1948
Fitness and 'simple' action key to Trent Boult's consistency - Shane Jurgensen
Bowling coach lauds 'fantastic team man' Boult after he became the third New Zealand bowler to 250 Test wickets
Live Report - England v Australia, 3rd Test, Headingley
Follow our live report for updates, stats, trivia, colour and discussion during the third Test of the 2019 Ashes from Headingley.
Boult, Southee send Sri Lanka tumbling on rain-drenched day
Karunaratne's solidity offered the home side some hope, but New Zealand's strike bowlers swung the match around quickly
Runs, catches, and a five-for for Ishant Sharma as West Indies fall behind
Ishant Sharma's ninth five-wicket haul in Tests put India in the driver's seat with three more days to go
The moment Jofra Archer revealed his instinct for greatness
Star bowler shows remarkably mature approach for a young man playing just his second Test
Ishant Sharma exorcising one ghost at a time
Ninety-one Tests is a long time, but Ishant now has the control over his craft that observers were desperate to see team up with his unrelenting spirit
'I had a lot of luck,' admits David Warner on return to form
Australia opener would have been "happy to get out to a good ball" after working on tightening technique
Australia ride their luck, but only so far
Tourists thankful for David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne staving off the potential of a 2015 Trent Bridge horror show
James Anderson to step up Ashes comeback plan with Lancashire Second XI
Bowler has chance of winning recall from calf injury for fourth Test at Old Trafford
R Ashwin left out of Antigua Test XI in 'astonishing' selection call
"A man with that kind of record, especially against West Indies. He doesn't find a place in this playing XI. That is stunning."
Jofra Archer claims six as Australia are rolled for 179
Playing just his second Test, Archer claims 6 for 45 as England win a rain-interrupted day
Ajinkya Rahane's 81 saves India the blushes after top-order collapse
West Indies fought back late in the day after two half-century stands had taken India to relative safety following a fiery opening spell
Aim to implement learnings from Australia, England tours - Kohli
Virat Kohli talks about India's recent collapses, the contribution of the likes of Hanuma Vihari and Cheteshwar Pujara, and the importance of the World Test Championship
England quietly confident in Steven Smith's absence
Australia are unbeaten in eight Tests against England, but with their best batsman out, head to Leeds with the tide against them
Australia must stare down the monster that is Jofra Archer's bouncer
Just like getting back in the saddle after being thrown from a horse, batsmen have to confront danger
India ponder the Rohit Sharma v Hanuma Vihari question
Virat Kohli has indicated that India will play six batsmen in Antigua. Who will the sixth batsman be?
Slow progress or no progress? Root's England can ill afford to lose at Leeds
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