Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Wed 08 Dec 2021 Current Indian bowling attack incredible: Graeme Swann Former England off spinner Graeme Swann has termed the current Indian bowling attack incredible, and claimed that it has the ability to bowl out any side cheaply. Swann was in West Indies when the Indian pace attack comprising of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma blew away West Indies with 33 wickets in two Tests, and was highly impressed with India's bowling prowess. Kuldeep should do play in first Test: Graeme Swann Retired England off-spinner Graeme Swann feels India will do well if the ball does not swing. He also opines Kuldeep Yadav Flashback: These famous cricketers retired in 2013 2013, in a sense, can be termed as retirement season in the sport, since so many big names hanged their boots. As the year draws to a close, here’s a look at some prominent names who quit the game in 2013. Graeme Swann had a major role to play in England’s resurgence One could see it coming. England off-spinner Graeme Swann just could not make any sort of impression in the ongoing Ashes series that England have lost, having been defeated in the first three Tests. Ashes 2013: Five Tests, five amazing performances The 2013 Ashes is over, and now it’s time for some rewind. So here’s a look back at from impressive performances in the series, one from each Test. Australia make inroads after piling up 527 Australia for the first time has put England under serious pressure in the series by capturing a couple of wickets before the close of Day 2. England is 52 for 2 in 30 overs in reply to Australia’s 527 for 7 declared. England found a hero every time they were under pressure Although England are 2-0 up in The Ashes, there have been many occasions during the series when the hosts have been under the pump. However, unlike Australia who have allowed the Englishmen to get away numerous times, Alastair Cook’s men have fought back from tough situations and have reversed the pressure on the Aussies. England wrap up Second Ashes Test by 347 runs England wrapped up a comprehensive win of 347 runs in the Second Ashes Test at Lord’s. The hosts are now 2-0 up in the 5-match Test Series. Asked to chase an improbable target of 583, Australia was shot out for 235.