They will replace two other Englishmen Harry Brook and Jordan Thompson for Hurricanes' season opener
- Fifth Ashes Test moved out of Perth, likely to be either Hobart or Melbourne
- Eyes on David Warner, but Australia's biggest challenge will be when he's gone
- Travis Head wins the race to be Australia's No. 5 in the Ashes
- Joe Root: 'Ashes will define my captaincy'
Warm up or go for the toss? "Maybe I'll just get here a bit earlier," says the premier quick
CA have confirmed that the relocated fifth Test will be under lights to fill the favourable timeslot
England said there are no injury concerns around the quick bowler, and he was fit for selection
After a bizarre build-up the Gabba is the scene for the opening act of a series full of unknowns
The left-armer joins legspinner Georgia Wareham on the sidelines leaving the hosts needing further reinforcements
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The series will continually be stalked by Covid-19, but the chance to hold the urn aloft on home soil beckons
England have lost nine of their last 10 Tests in Australia, but with Root in form and a promising pace attack, they will hope to change the narrative
After being hit by injury last season questions have been asked about whether Warner can dominate Test cricket again
England have only won five Ashes series in Australia since 1945 - and one since the 1980s
Time for Joe Root's men to set aside their baggage and take on the old enemy once again
Fast bowlers as Test leaders are a rarity, usually only called on in an emergency
The left hander got the nod for Australia's final batting position ahead of the Ashes
The order of the Tests will not change after a late bid by the WA government for a swap
Aborted launch to pace race leaves Joe Root banking on usual diet of seam and swing
Mitchell Starc will complete the fast-bowling trio alongside Josh Hazlewood and captain Pat Cummins
Captain's head-to-head with rival Pat Cummins could be major factor as Gabba Test looms
Justin Langer confident in Australia's fast-bowling depth if reinforcements are needed
"Not sure we've seen the end of him but we'll wait and see, that will be his decision"
An analysis of the tournament that looks at resources remaining at the end of each match
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more
BFI to conduct trials for Worlds following Chaudhary challenge of Borgohain spot in court
Arundhati Chaudhary had approached the Delhi High Court after Lovlina Borgohain was awarded direct qualification to the Worlds in her category.
ISL musings: Habas's greatest challenge, Blasters satiate their fans and Chhetri's form
PLUS: Jamshedpur are dark horses and the ISL Calendar needs a rethink - in this week's ISL musings.