Head hit 146 not out.
Head scored an unbeaten 146 against India on day one of the World Test Championship final
Head was the standout performer as the Baggy Greens racked up 327 for three.
Moeen is poised to play his first red-ball cricket in almost two years.
Swann backed ‘brilliant’ Ali to add new dimension to England’s bowling attack for the Ashes
Woakes had to undergo an operation on his bowling knee last summer
Head was at his counter-punching best, reeling off 10 boundaries in 75 balls to push the pressure back on to the Indian attack.
Giant images of Knight and Stokes were beamed on to one of London’s best known sights as part of the countdown to the men’s and women’s series.
Australia reached 73 for two against India by the first interval at the Kia Oval.
He has 64 Test caps, 195 wickets and the small matter of five Test centuries.
The 35-year-old, who stepped away from the Test side in 2021, will be available to face Australia and cover for the injured Jack Leach
Yorkshire and Essex were the night’s other winners.
The ICEC report was initially due in autumn 2022.
The seam bowler is targetting a big impact in the fifth Test
England’s veteran seamer is gearing up for whatever part he has to play in this summer’s Ashes.
All five matches take place in a period lasting just over six weeks.
The Zimbabwean led England for five years between 2009 and 2014.
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There have been some memorable tussles between England and Australia.
The series starts at Edgbaston next week.
Josh Hazlewood’s side injury left Boland and Neser fighting for the final pace attack spot, and captain Pat Cummins did not leave the pair waiting.
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Jack Leach’s injury could mean the 35-year-old reverses his retirement from Test cricket.
Pope provided an insight into his role as Ben Stokes’ official number two amid concerns over the captain’s fitness.
The club accused Graves of “a distinct lack of understanding” of their financial position and county governance requirements.
Jack Leach became England’s lates injury blow with a stress fracture to rule him out of the Ashes
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Leach will not face Australia due to a back injury.
The Australia batter is desperate to achieve a particular goal during the Ashes
Leach has been ruled out of the Ashes with a back injury, leaving England short of a front-line spin option