A cortisone injected Broad declared himself fit for the first Test recently, but will Coach Andy Flower go with Finn?
A round up of the hot topics from the sports world including Andy Murray's semi-final, David Moyes' press conference and Anelka's West Brom deal.
Dhoni out of Tri-nations series. India crushed to a 161 run defeat by Sri Lanka. Coincidence?
A round up of the latest news from the sports world including Wayne Rooney's future, Andy Murray's relief and Nick Compton's anger.
A select round up of the latest stories from the sports world including Brian O'Driscoll, Andy Murray and Marco van Ginkel.
With Darren Lehman in charge, Australia could revert to old school tactics as the underdogs against England.
A round up of the latest news stories from the world of professional sport.
A select round up of the biggest news stories from the world of sport.
Johnson Charles failed to reach a ton but his 97 helped the West Indians to a victory they did their utmost to avoid.
Does the India captain belong among the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Steve Waugh when his career comes to an end?
If any England player can relax and speak freely before an Ashes series these days, it is probably Stuart Broad.
Alastair Cook is calm before the storm. Leading England into his third Ashes series as captain at Cardiff on 8 July, the 30-year-old is currently relaxed enough to state that emerging triumphant after five Tests against Australia this summer would rank as his “best achievement” on a cricket field.
A maiden Test century at The Oval in 2013 proved the opening of the floodgates for Smith who, having once been the butt of English jokes for his initial selection in 2010-11 based on an ability to bring levity to a humourless Australian dressing room, has now arrived on these shores as the world’s No1-ranked batsman and the key wicket for Alastair Cook’s attack following 12 months in which he has averaged 102 in 16 innings.