Solanki says pressure is key factor
Experienced Surrey batsman says whoever deals with pressure best will win Finals Day
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Out to be Mr Consistency Matt Prior says he aims to churn out consistent Ashes runs this summer, wherever he bats in the line-up
Monty wants part in victory Monty Panesar wants to play his part in England's spin attack against Australia and help drive his side to Ashes victory
Five-star Anderson England paceman Jimmy Anderson spoke to ECBtv after bagging five wickets to help dismiss Warwickshire cheaply on day two at Edgbaston in their pre-Ashes warm-up game
Dress rehearsal over Phillip Hughes loved his stint at Middlesex but now it's time for the real thing
Cook mauls Bears Alastair Cook hit a ton as England continued their npower Ashes build-up on day one v Warwickshire
Edgbaston game important Ravi Bopara says England need the group workout of the match v Warwickshire ahead of the first npower Ashes Series Test v Australia in Cardiff
England beware Sussex opener Chris Nash gives his verdict on the Australia side after the draw in Hove
Prepared for anything Mike Hussey is ready for the Ashes despite admitting he is unsure what to expect
Nielsen pleased with progress Australia coach Tim Nielsen was happy to see his bowlers get a decent workout on day two
Ashes is the pinnacle Tim Neilsen says playing in an Ashes series is the ultimate for any Australian cricketer
A dream come true Marcus North will realise a boyhood dream when he takes part in this summer's Ashes
Day 5 evening session, 1st npower Test Lord's Jacob Oram scores a120 ball century before bad light ends day five early and the match ends in a draw.
World Cup 07 - England v New Zealand - Impressions of the match Michael Vaughan and Stephen Fleming talk about their respective team's opening performance in the World Cup 2007
Cook hits maiden ashes ton Ian Bell and Alastair Cook fought back today, and put on a 170 2nd wicket stand. However Mcgrath hit back with 2 wickets in 3 balls this evening, putting Australia firmly back in the driving seat.
England show fight on day four England reach tea on day four on 180-1, with Ian Bell making a defiant 87.
Gilo leaves the tour Australia were awesome with the bat today, Gilchrist scored a century from 57 balls and they finished up on 556 runs ahead, leaving two days to bowl England out
Warne rips through England Freddie Flintoff, Ricky Ponting and the man of the match Shane Warne attended the press conference.
KP and Colly dominate Paul Collingwood and Kevin Pietersen made a record 4th wicket partnership of 310 on the 2nd day at Adelaide.
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