England’s Jofra Archer (centre) celebrates with team-mates after taking the wicket of Australia’s Peter Siddle during the second day of their fifth Ashes Test in London on Friday. Reuters
London: Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer promise a glittering Test future for England but Joe Root’s men have work to do if they are to replicate their World Cup success in the five-day game.
Sixteen months after leaving Test cricket in disgrace over the ball-tampering furore, Steve Smith’s preparations for the Ashes have gone up to a manic level as the former skipper looks to return to red ball cricket in top form. Australia captain Tim Paine said former skipper Smith had given batting coach Graeme Hick
England are still basking in the glow of an epic World Cup triumph but if anything can throw cold water over their memorable summer it would be a first home Ashes series loss to Australia for 18 years. Battle commences at Edgbaston on Thursday and the last time Australia won there was the opening match
Before performing the feat, Molchanov used 'lung packing,' which is a breathing technique that allows divers to inflate their lungs with as much as two gallons of air and stay underwater for minutes at a time.
Salah wrote: "My sincere condolences to the victims of the Abu Sefein Church, with my best wishes for a speedy recovery for all the injured."
Sajjad Akbar Khan of Pakistan Television won the Sohni Dharti Badminton Tournament in Pakistan Social Centre Sharjah. He defeated Iftikhar Chaudhry of Pakistan Social Centre Sharjah after a tough contest in the final.