A maiden Test ton by the middle order batsman of Australia, Steven Smith, consolidated the position of the visitors vs. England in the ongoing 5th Test at Oval.
Shane Watson got back in the news by plundering a ton after 25 Tests, 45 innings and boosted his side with a couple of valuable partnerships vs. England.
A deadly spell in the first session of the final day from James Anderson crippled the lower order batting of Australia as England won the 1st Test at Nottingham.
A true spirited batting by the prolific scorer, Ian Bell, well assisted by Stuart Broad and other batsmen, took England to a commanding position vs. Australia.
A devastating knock by the debutant Ashton Agar, well supported by Phillip Hughes, put Australia on top against the hosts England on day two at Nottingham.
Peter Siddle and company demonstrated lethal fast bowling for Australia while James Anderson and Steven Finn brought back England in the game with four wickets.
Alastair Cook led his team from the front by smashing an important fifty and James Anderson bowled excellently as England triumphed vs. New Zealand at Cardiff.
The elegant batsman of the Lankan Lions, Kumar Sangakkara, blasted another ODI ton and Nuwan Kulasekara stunned England as the visitors won the match easily.
Ian Bell provided a solid start with his excellent batting as the Australian batsmen struggled against the lethal bowling of England who won the game easily.
The dreadful opener of New Zealand, Martin Guptill, continued his assault on the English bowling with a successive ODI ton and took away the series from the hosts.