Jack Leach
Cricket  /  Published 19.03.22

WI lose early wickets

England picked up two morning wickets on Day III of the second Test against the West Indies on Friday in a session highlighted by several extremely close leg before calls in Barbados, as the hosts rea...
By Reuters in Bridgetown

Cricket  /  Published 13.03.22

West Indies, England settle for a draw

England fell short of victory as West Indies survived for a tense draw despite a top-order collapse on the final day of the first Test in North Sound on Saturday. The home team were reeling after los...
By Agencies in North Sound

Cricket  /  Published 15.12.21

Pink-ball Test: Root expects a response

England captain Joe Root is unsure of what his playing XI will be in the second Ashes Test — a day-night affair in Adelaide — but he expects opener Rory Burns and spinner Jack Leach to reb...
By Agencies

Cricket  /  Published 02.12.21

Leach takes ‘lessons’ from Jadeja

England spinner Jack Leach on Wednesday said he has been watching clippings of India’s spin bowling all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja as part of his preparation for the upcoming Ashes series. The 30-...
By Agencies

Sports  /  Published 07.09.21

Buttler, Leach return

Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler and left-arm spinner Jack Leach on Tuesday returned to the England squad for the fifth and final Test against India as the hosts gear up save the series. Buttler had m...
By Our Bureau


Sports  /  Published 14.02.21

Umpiring slip puts DRS in VAR zone

Agreeing that these things are part of the game, Leach jokingly compared the DRS to being “a bit like VAR (Video Assistant Referee)” in football. “It was a bit like VAR today. It&rs...
By A Staff Reporter in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 02.02.21

Leach focuses on trajectory

Among England’s modern-day left-arm spinners, Ashley Giles and Monty Panesar were the ones to trouble Indian batsmen in India. Panesar, being quicker through the air, played a big role in Engla...
By A Staff Reporter in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 18.01.21

England show nerves in pursuit of victory

Left-arm spinner Jack Leach took five wickets as England edged towards victory over Sri Lanka in the first Test in Galle, but they made a nervous start to their pursuit of a modest target of 74 and cl...
By Reuters in Galle

Sports  /  Published 31.12.19

Silverwood hints at ‘big decision’

Head coach Chris Silverwood has made it clear that England would not think twice about effecting changes in their XI for the second Test against South Africa, particularly if conditions in Cape Town d...
By TT Bureau in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 26.08.19

Free glasses for Jack Leach

Ashes sponsors Specsavers — opticians and eye-care specialists which retails across the British Isles, Australasia and the Nordic nations — has granted Headingley hero Ben Stokes his request to of...
By TT Bureau


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