Michael Atherton reflects on an enthralling day at Edgbaston, as Virat Kohli scored a century and Sam Curran claimed four wickets.
Michael Atherton praises an inexperienced Pakistan side's 'top class' performance through three days of the first Test at Lord's.
David Lloyd and Michael Atherton believe Lancashire's Haseeb Hameed will "quickly" be back in England contention this summer.
Michael Atherton has been impressed by Jack Leach's approach on Test debut and says the spinner can prove his worth on day five.
Mike Atherton said David Warner's emotional press conference following the ball-tampering controversy was "not an easy watch".
Steve Smith could well be considering his future as Australia captain in the wake of the ball-tampering row, says Mike Atherton.
Kane Williamson's adaptability is the key to his record-breaking batting achievements, says Michael Atherton.
Joe Root's illness, impressive Pat Cummins and "the gulf between the sides" - Michael Atherton reviews day five in Sydney.
England have now bowled over 1,000 overs in this Ashes series - Michael Atherton reflects on a "brutal" day at the SCG...
After a tough day for England at the SCG, Michael Atherton takes the positives – Mason Crane and the state of the pitch.
A "madcap" morning session and Mason Crane's debut... Michael Atherton reflects on day two of the fifth Ashes Test at the SCG.
England need a "kick" from their middle order and tail after Australia's late scalps with the new ball, says Michael Atherton.
Michael Atherton bemoans the MCG pitch - and says England will have Mason Crane in mind as they move on to the SCG...
Concentration, resilience, determination and no little skill… Michael Atherton reflects on Alastair Cook's 244no at the MCG.
Alastair Cook cashed in on Steve Smith's Christmas gifts to complete one of his most "fluent" tons, says Michael Atherton.
England should not be disheartened after day one in Melbourne, says Michael Atherton, but Steve Smith looks in "ominous" form...
Steve Smith's pacemen have powered him to every schoolboy's dream, says Mike Atherton, while soul-searching awaits England...
With a big crack in the pitch and a varied bowling attack, Australia should wrap up the Ashes on day five in Perth, says Athers.
“It will feel very much like the end.” Athers says England have trudged off in Perth knowing their Ashes hopes are fading fast.
Mike Atherton reflects on another fine Steve Smith innings and an impressive spell of seam from Craig Overton at the WACA.
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