Ashes 2015: Australia batsman Chris Rogers announces test retirement

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers confirmed on 18 August, that he will retire from test cricket at the end of the current Ashes series in England. Rogers had already indicated that the series would be his last and the 37-year-old told reporters in London he had no reason to change his mind. Aug 18, 2015

Ashes 2015: England aim to end series on a high note

Seam bowler Stuart Broad said on 17 August that he wanted England to be ruthless as they look to complete a 4-1 series victory over Australia in the Ashes. England took an unassailable 3-1 lead after the hosts backed up their eight wicket victory inside three days at Edgbaston with a crushing innings and 78 runs win in the fourth test at Trent Bridge. Aug 18, 2015