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 •  Root welcomes 'target' tag
Joe Root has welcomed Australia's plan to "target" him and says England will not be singling any specific players out.
 •  Stokes back training at Durham
England all-rounder Ben Stokes is training at Durham while his international exile continues.
 •  Anderson named England vice-captain
England have confirmed seamer James Anderson will act as Joe Root's vice-captain during the Ashes series.
 •  Leach content despite Ashes snub
Jack Leach was not surprised he was overlooked for this winter's Ashes but has been told "it's just a matter of time" before he is selected by England.
 •  Garton keen to emulate Starc
Sussex left-armer George Garton may be something of an unknown quantity at international level but with a style likened to that of Australia quick Mitchell Starc, the uncapped seamer will be hoping to make an impact after being called up into the England squad for their final Ashes warm-up match.
 •  Cummins aims to replicate Johnson
Australia quick Pat Cummins wants to replicate Mitchell Johnson and destroy England's batting line-up when the Ashes gets underway, but the 24-year-old is unsure whether his body can withstand the rigours of a five-match series.
 •  Eng Women hit by Aussie fightback
Australia Women fought back on day one of the inaugural Ashes day-night Test match after fifties from Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight helped England reach 235-7 at the close of play at the North Sydney Oval.
 •  Starc: 'Genius' Hazlewood key
Mitchell Starc has labelled Josh Hazlewood a "genius", saying his new-ball partner's control will allow Australia to be aggressive against England when the Ashes gets underway on November 23.
 •  Matt Floyd's Team of the Week
My Team of the Week is back!
 •  Bairstow reveals 100 Test 'dream'
Jonny Bairstow has become pretty adept at Test fifties and hundreds - and he is starting to eye a couple more as he embarks on one of the biggest series of his career to date.
 •  Harris: England batting vulnerable
Former Australia bowler Ryan Harris says England's batting is "vulnerable" ahead of the Ashes series.
 •  Woakes: Bowlers must step up
Chris Woakes has urged his fellow England bowlers to step up after Jake Ball sustained an ankle injury in their Ashes warm-up against a Cricket Australia XI.
 •  Curran replaces injured Finn
Surrey bowler Tom Curran has been called up to England's Ashes squad to replace the injured Steven Finn.
 •  Munro stars as NZ level series
Colin Munro hit an unbeaten century as New Zealand levelled their T20 series against India with a 40-run win in Rajkot on Saturday.
 •  Bumble: Overton's great opportunity
David Lloyd believes Ben Stokes' likely absence from England's Ashes squad is a great opportunity for Somerset all-rounder Craig Overton.
 •  Hit for Six: Mark Butcher
In the latest Hit for Six, Mark Butcher reveals who he thinks should bat at No 5 for England; how he would replace Moeen Ali; James Anderson's effectiveness in Australia; being part of and almost taking a hat-trick - and the weirdest things he has seen on a cricket field...
 •  Anderson eyes vice-captaincy
Joe Root will have a willing vice-captain if he decides to replace the absent Ben Stokes with James Anderson for the fast-approaching Ashes series.
 •  'Cricket must learn from Stokes saga'
ECB chief executive Tom Harrison says the lessons learned from the Ben Stokes incident will bring the best out of cricket.
 •  Finn: I have a point to prove
Steven Finn says "he has a point to prove" to selectors after receiving a late call-up to England's Ashes squad.
 •  Bairstow: Stokes absence is huge blow
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow says Ben Stokes absence is a huge blow but they have a good chance of retaining the Ashes.
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