1. Australian coach Justin Langer says Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood will be monitored ahead of Ashes finale  ABC News
  2. Chris Rogers, Ashes coaches speak out on Smith-Leach glasses celebration furore  Wide World of Sports
  3. Ashes 2019: Peter Siddle hits back at Steve Harmison over Steve Smith attack  NEWS.com.au
  4. Sweet and sour: Siddle bounces Harmison back  Sydney Morning Herald
  5. Wide of the mark again, Harmy: Peter Siddle’s mint response to Steve Harmison’s cheating jab  Fox Sports
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It's been a long Ashes tour— and Australian coach Justin Langer says he will be watching Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood in particular to see if they have the energy needed to play at The Oval.It's been a long Ashes tour— and Australian coach Justin Langer says he will be watching Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood in particular to see if they have the energy needed to play at The Oval.

Australian coach Justin Langer says Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood will be monitored ahead of Ashes finale - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Langer admitted that Smith's talents had dragged an otherwise underperforming batting unit to victory in a series dominated by bowlers | ESPNcricinfo.comLanger admitted that Smith's talents had dragged an otherwise underperforming batting unit to victory in a series dominated by bowlers | ESPNcricinfo.com

Smith genius buys time for Warner and young batsmen | ESPNcricinfo.com

Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle has backed Steve Smith and returned fire at Steve Harmison - not to mention recalling England's own history of ball tampering.The war of words over Australia's successful Ashes defence has elevated, with Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle accusing former England counterpart Steve Harmison of hypocrisy.

Although they relinquished the urn to Australia in the fourth Test in Manchester, England will be keen to finish the series level with a win in the final game at The Oval and pick up all 24 ICC World Test Championship points available.Although they relinquished the urn to Australia in the fourth Test in Manchester, England will be keen to finish the series level with a win in the final game at The Oval and pick up all 24 ICC World Test Championship points available.

England fight for pride, WTC points in Bayliss' farewell Test

“Jack Leach mimicked his 1* when England won a classic. Steve Smith, a cheat, celebrated by openly mocking a fellow professional. Some people are just classier than others. https://t.co/rFuy1JYfTH”

Tom Albrighton on Twitter: "Jack Leach mimicked his 1* when England won a classic. Steve Smith, a cheat, celebrated by openly mocking a fellow professional. Some people are just classier than others.… https://t.co/g1IFV2KrR2"

“We all know how good Steve Smith has been in the ongoing #Ashes. The guy is literally the difference b/w these two teams. If you take out Smith’s runs & dismissals, England have a better batting average than Australia in this series;”

Rehan Ulhaq on Twitter: "We all know how good Steve Smith has been in the ongoing #Ashes. The guy is literally the difference b/w these two teams. If you take out Smith’s runs & dismissals, England have a better batting average than Australia in this series;… https://t.co/P2YgabamO4"

“Ashes! 👋👌🙏 https://t.co/Ygg0R6rbPP”

Steve Smith on Twitter: "Ashes! 👋👌🙏 https://t.co/Ygg0R6rbPP"

“So Australia win the Ashes, proving that teams with the best all round bowling attacks hold key to success overseas.. @patcummins30 and Hazlewood outstanding.. but the difference in the end was @stevesmith49 .. has outbatted one and all! #Ashes19”

Rajdeep Sardesai on Twitter: "So Australia win the Ashes, proving that teams with the best all round bowling attacks hold key to success overseas.. @patcummins30 and Hazlewood outstanding.. but the difference in the end was @stevesmith49 .. has outbatted one and all! #Ashes19"

Trent Woodhill wants to making something abundantly clear after a summer that has seen Steve Smith redefine the art of run scoring. Again. “He’s other worldly,” says his former batting coach. “This guy is twice the cricketer Geoff Boycott ever was. You know the numbers don’t double – you don’t have to have an average of 100 to be twice as good as a player with an average of 50.Trent Woodhill wants to making something abundantly clear after a summer that has seen Steve Smith redefine the art of run scoring. Again. “He’s other worldly,” says his former batting coach. “This

Ashes 2019: ‘F**k it, I’m not conforming’ – how Steve Smith redefined the art of batting | The Independent

Trevor Bayliss responds quickly when asked to give himself a mark out of 10 for a coaching stint that reached its peak with the World Cup victory he was recruited to deliver but ended in Ashes failure.Trevor Bayliss responds quickly when asked to give himself a mark out of 10 for a coaching stint that reached its peak with the World Cup victory he was recruited to deliver but ended in Ashes failure.

'I'd give myself 5/10': Trevor Bayliss delivers damning self-assessment on England reign  | Daily Mail Online

Cricket News: Australia coach Justin Langer has urged the struggling batsmen in his team to step up and deliver when the final Ashes Test against England starts at Cricket News: Australia coach Justin Langer has urged the struggling batsmen in his team to step up and deliver when the final Ashes Test against England starts at

Justin Langer wants struggling batsmen to step up | Cricket News - Times of India

Among batsmen to score 600 plus in an Ashes series in England, Steve Smith is only behind the Don, who amassed 974 runs at an average of 139.14 from seven innings with four 100-plus knocks in the 1930 series in EnglandAmong batsmen to score 600 plus in an Ashes series in England, Steve Smith is only behind the Don, who amassed 974 runs at an average of 139.14 from seven innings with four 100-plus knocks in the 1930 series in England

Steve Smith: Redemption song now a chartbuster | cricket | Hindustan Times

Steve Smith's glorious Ashes has raised calls from some fans and pundits for his restoration to the Australia captaincy but incumbent Tim Paine ...Steve Smith's glorious Ashes has raised calls from some fans and pundits for his restoration to the Australia captaincy but incumbent Tim Paine ...

Cricket: Australia's Paine will not give up captaincy meekly - CNA

But if his side avoid defeat in the fifth Test against England at The Oval starting Thursday, Tim Paine will join the list of Australia captains who have led the team to an Ashes series win in England.But if his side avoid defeat in the fifth Test against England at The Oval starting Thursday, Tim Paine will join the list of Australia captains who have led the team to an Ashes series win in England.

Australia captain Paine on verge of Ashes landmark - Saudi Gazette

Coach and selectors weigh up fatigue and freshness of fast-bowling group ahead of final Ashes Test at The OvalCoach and selectors weigh up fatigue and freshness of fast-bowling group ahead of final Ashes Test at The Oval

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A little over four years ago, Trevor Bayliss arrived as England head coach just before a home Ashes series.A little over four years ago, Trevor Bayliss arrived as England head coach just before a home Ashes series.

Trevor Bayliss says England's Test team lacks the depth of the one-day side

England's James Anderson has missed the Ashes series through injuryEngland's James Anderson has missed the Ashes series through injury

James Anderson says he's still hungry to play international cricket | Sports - Geo.tv

Australia's star batsman Steve Smith, at one stage, was seen wearing and rubbing a pair of glasses before shadow batting left-handed in the middle of a team huddle. Some fans and pundits came to the conclusion that Smith was unkindly parodying the glasses-wearing Leach.Australia's star batsman Steve Smith, at one stage, was seen wearing and rubbing a pair of glasses before shadow batting left-handed in the middle of a team huddle. Some fans and pundits came to the conclusion that Smith was unkindly parodying the glasses-wearing Leach.

Justin Langer defends Australia's Ashes celebrations | Sports | thenews.com.pk |

Coaching manuals insist on economy of movement, but Smith’s technique flies in the face of convention.Coaching manuals insist on economy of movement, but Smith’s technique flies in the face of convention.

Steve Smith: Bending cricket’s law of motion | Sports News, The Indian Express

Australia has not had an established opening pair since Chris Rogers retired after the 2015 Ashes, which England won 3-2. Rogers only played 25 matches but he was a beacon of stability considering the 11 combinations Australia has fielded either side of his stint. The list is long and covers awful tours of England, India, […]Australia has not had an established opening pair since Chris Rogers retired after the 2015 Ashes, which England won 3-2. Rogers only played 25 matches but he was a beacon of stability considering the 11 combinations Australia has fielded either side of his stint. The list is long and covers awful tours of England, India, […]

David Warner is a lock for the Oval - Marcus Harris not so much