Cricket News sort by Christopher John Llewellyn Rogers

Australia’s Ashes comeback just seems to be getting better with each passing day in the series. After dominating the Englishmen at Old Trafford, the visitors continued to hold the upper hand at stumps on day two as well at Chester-le-Street.

As it has been throughout the series, there was no shortage of drama on the opening day of the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford, Manchester. And, a lot of it had to do with those three capital words, DRS.

Australian coach Darren Lehmann has confirmed that Chris Rogers will open the batting for the Aussies in the first Test against England during The Ashes.