Keaton Jennings dug deep to deliver a career-reviving century for England, then laid bare the scale of the anxieties and self-doubt he has experienced trying to prove himself over the past 18 months.
Keaton Jennings kickstarted his England career with a diligent, unbeaten century against Sri Lanka, helping his side establish an impregnable position in the first Test at Galle.
Keaton Jennings carved out a diligent century as England established a formidable lead in the first Test against Sri Lanka.
Keaton Jennings dug deep as England stretched their lead over Sri Lanka to 250 in the first Test at Galle.
Marcus Trescothick hopes Keaton Jennings and Rory Burns can “forge their own path” as England prepare to begin life without Alastair Cook.
Keaton Jennings accepts Test cricket can be “a brutal world” but is eager to prove it is one he can thrive in.
England completed preparations for next week’s first Test against Sri Lanka but questions remain over the likely composition of their side ahead of the trip to Galle.
England take on Sri Lanka in three Tests starting next week following a successful limited-overs leg of the tour.
No opening batsmen have been given central Test contracts for 2018-19 by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Jack Brooks took five Worcestershire wickets as Yorkshire guaranteed their Specsavers County Championship Division One status by claiming the two bowling points they needed.
England have unveiled a new-look top order for the forthcoming Test tour of Sri Lanka after more than a decade in the safe hands of Alastair Cook.
Rory Burns and Joe Denly earned their first Test call-ups for England’s forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka but national selector Ed Smith insists there is no pressure to become “the new Alastair Cook”.
Moeen Ali knows better than most about the perils of bowling at England team-mate Jos Buttler, but is ready to try his luck when the team-mates turn rivals at Vitality Blast finals day.
Trevor Bayliss has refused to give incumbent opener Keaton Jennings any assurances as England rack their brains for the right top order following Alastair Cook’s retirement.
Alastair Cook registered his highest score of the series as the focus fell on him in England’s final Test match of the summer against India.
Opener Keaton Jennings fell to the penultimate ball of the morning session as England slipped to 92 for three in their attempt to provide their bowlers with a series-winning target.