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Aug 20, 2013

England 14-man Squad for the fifth and final Ashes Test Squad at London

The England Cricket Board (ECB) have  announced for 14-man squad for the fifth Ashes Test for spring two surprises by naming uncapped pair Chris Woakes and Simon Kerrigan in a squad and the all-rounder Woakes and additional spinner Kerrigan join fast bowlers Chris Tremlett and Steven Finn in an or else expected list of names.

The fast bowler Tremlett and Finn's being there was widely-expected next Tim Bresnan's season-ending back injury as England seek to bring to a close their third straight Ashes series victory with a 4-0 scoreline at the Kia Oval.

Fifth Test England Squad:

Alastair Cook (Capt), Joe Root, Jonathan Trott, Kevin Pietersen, Ian Bell, Jonny Bairstow, Matt Prior (WK), Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann, James Anderson, Chris Tremlett, Simon Kerrigan, Steven Finn, Chris Woakes.

Aug 5, 2013

ICC Player Rankings for Test Allrounders

ICC Player Rankings
Rank Name Country Rating
1 J.H. Kallis SA 374
2 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 355
3 R. Ashwin IND 321
4 V.D. Philander SA 312
5 S.C.J. Broad ENG 283
6 G.P. Swann ENG 279
7 D.L. Vettori NZ 257
8 S.R. Watson AUS 237
9 D.J.G. Sammy WI 227
10 P.M. Siddle AUS 221

ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers

ICC Player Rankings
Rank Name Country Rating
1 D.W. Steyn SA 905
2 V.D. Philander SA 890
3 H.M.R.K.B. Herath SL 831
4 Saeed Ajmal PAK 819
5 P.M. Siddle AUS 794
5 J.M. Anderson ENG 794
7 G.P. Swann ENG 789
8 R. Ashwin IND 757
9 M. Morkel SA 715
10 P.P. Ojha IND 706

ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen

ICC Player Rankings
Rank Name Country Rating
1 H.M. Amla SA 903
2 S. Chanderpaul WI 880
3 A.B. de Villiers SA 879
4 K.C. Sangakkara SL 866
5 M.J. Clarke AUS 827
6 C.A. Pujara IND 777
7 A.N. Cook ENG 765
8 J.H. Kallis SA 756
9 Younus Khan PAK 748
10 R.L. Taylor NZ 724

Aug 2, 2013

Australia Strong Position for Michael Clarke Unbeaten Century

The Australia captain and batsman Michael Clarke was laugh at after suggesting that Australia could bounce back to win the series after the 347-run beating at England's hands at Lord's other than on Thursday, many supporter would have been clean off their grins after the Australian captain led a much better batting performance with a genuine 24th Test century and was mixed up in an unbroken 174-run stand with Steve Smith 70 not out to take the Baggy Greens to a strong 303/3 by the end of Day 1 of the third Ashes Test.

The Clarke took 32 balls to move from 90 to 100 but it was value the wait for a struggling touring group, who stand up as one and highly praised a dazzling effort and the right-handed batsman went on to finish with an unbeaten 125 and he now looks excellent to score.

Australia won the toss and elected to bat


Australia 1st innings: 303/3 for 90 overs

Michael Clarke 125 not out
Steve Smith 70 not out