Coach Andy Flower says England will make changes for Friday's third Ashes Test as they bid to overturn a 2-0 deficit.
England rest Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson and Graeme Swann for their ODI and T20 series against Australia.
England lack the "desire and heart" to compete with Australia in the Ashes, says former batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
Former England captain Alec Stewart says a four-man seam attack would boost England's slim chances of an Ashes fightback
A selection of Ashes gossip and stories from the media
Australia bowl England out for 312 to win the second Test by 218 runs and secure a 2-0 lead in the Ashes series.
Australia captain Michael Clarke says his side's 2-0 lead in the Ashes is not "a fluke" and the result of "hard work".
Afghanistan boss day one at the Intercontinental Cup final in Dubai as they bowl Ireland out for 187 and then reach 81-3.
England's Ben Stokes and Australia's Mitchell Johnson are found not guilty of inappropriate and deliberate physical contact.
Former Surrey team director Chris Adams says he is in discussion with three counties over a return to coaching.
Veteran Glen Chapple will lead Lancashire as captain on their return to Division One of the County Championship.
Nottinghamshire batting coach Paul Johnson ends a 32-year association with the club following a coaching restructure.
Karl Krikken will have to re-apply for his job as Derbyshire head coach after the club announce management re-shuffle.
Ireland bowler Tim Murtagh withdraws from the squad for the Intercontinental Cup final against Afghanistan due to personal reasons.
England are in grave danger of suffering a 5-0 Ashes whitewash in Australia, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons signs a two-year contract extension which will keep him in the job until the end of 2015.
Michael Clarke's latest Ashes ton underlines his status as the world's best, says Australia team-mate Brad Haddin.
Durham appoint Jon Lewis as permanent first-team coach as director of cricket of Geoff Cook takes on a new youth remit.
Cricket Australia apologises for posting a picture about England spinner Monty Panesar on its official Twitter account.
New Zealand Cricket confirms a "small number" of its former players are being investigated after allegations of fixing.
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England will need character, courage, self-belief and good fortune to turn around their Ashes campaign, says Jonathan Agnew.
Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce asks how England can recover from another heavy defeat by Australia that leaves them 2-0 down
Alastair Cook's uncharacteristic dismissal was symptomatic of the muddled thinking undermining England's Ashes defence
England captain Alastair Cook insists his side can fight back despite going 2-0 down after another emphatic Ashes defeat.
Three years after his lowest ebb, Mitchell Johnson has dynamite in his hands and is blowing England apart, writes Tom Fordyce
Why has the British Film Institute cancelled an annual cricket exhibition after more than 30 years?
Former paceman Makhaya Ntini joins South African sportsmen describing late president Nelson Mandela's sporting impact
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