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ecb.co.uk News
22nd September 2014
Tickets for the international matches at Emirates Old Trafford in 2015 have gone on general sale – and for a limited time there will be a £10 discount applied to each ticket.
ecb.co.uk News
1st September 2014
Tickets for 2015 international games at Emirates Old Trafford have gone on sale to customers who bought tickets in the last two seasons, with £10 discounts applied for a limited time.
ecb.co.uk News
17th August 2014
Tickets for international matches at Emirates Old Trafford in 2015 will be on general sale from Monday 22 September, Lancashire have announced.
ecb.co.uk News
1st September 2013
England’s Alex Hales has become the number-one ranked Twenty20 international batsman on the back of his 61-ball 94 in England’s series-leveling 27-run win over Australia at the Emirates Durham ICG.
ecb.co.uk News
1st September 2013
Stuart Broad has edged to within three points of James Anderson in the race for the England FTI Most Valuable Player Award.
Chris Devine
31st August 2013
Alex Hales modestly deflected praise towards Michael Lumb following his man-of-the-match display at the Emirates Durham ICG. "He's a fantastic player and he really helps out the way I play," said Hales of his fellow opener.
Chris Devine
31st August 2013
Alex Hales bashed 94 and shared a record-equalling partnership of 111 with Michael Lumb as England secured a 1-1 draw in the NatWest International Twenty20 series with a 27-run win at the Emirates Durham ICG.
Alex Hales
Michael Lumb
Fawad Ahmed
Luke Wright
Nathan Coulter-Nile
Alex Hales
Aaron Finch
Shane Watson
David Warner
Joe Root
Danny Briggs
Jade Dernbach
Alex Hales
ecb.co.uk News
31st August 2013
Live images from the Emirates Durham ICG where England beat Australia by 27 runs to share the Twenty20 series 1-1.
ecb.co.uk News
30th August 2013
Australia batsman Steven Smith has flown home from the tour of England due to a quad strain.
ecb.co.uk News
29th August 2013
Stuart Broad was proud of the fight England put up in going down by just 39 runs after Aaron Finch’s 63-ball 156 powered Australia to 248 for six in the first Twenty20 international at the Ageas Bowl.