The Ashes | England Vs Australia | 5th Test Match-Day 1
England Vs Australia 5th Test Match, Cricket Highlights - 2015 - 20th August. Australia Tour of England, 5th Test Match: England V Australia at Kennington Oval, London International Cricket Stadium, Aug 20-24, 2015 Cricket Highlights.
Australia Squad: 1 Michael Clarke(C), 2 Steven Smith, 3 Pat Cummins, 4 Fawad Ahmed, 5 Bradd Haddin, 6 Josh Hazlewood, 7 Mitchell Johnson, 8 Natan Lyon, 9 Mitchell Marsh, 10 Shaun Marsh, 11 Peter Nevill, 12 Chris Rogers, 13 Peter Siddle, 14 Mitchell Stark, 15 Adam Voges, 16, David Warner, 17 Shane Watson, 18 Ryan Harris
England Squad: 1 Alastair Cook(C), 2 Moeen Ali, 3 James Anderson, 4 Jonny Bairstow, 5 Ian Bell, 6 Stuart Board, 7 Jos Buttler, 8 Steven Finn, 9 Adam Lyth, 10 Adil Rashid, 11 Joe Root, 12 Ben Stokes, 13 Mark Wood ,.
Giles Clarke could be called to appear before the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee if one conservative MP has his way.
Damian Collins, MP for Folkestone and Hythe, has applied to be chairman of the committee for Clarke to be invited to account for his actions as the ECB's representative at the ICC.
In particular, he wants him to explain the decision to distribute the finances of global tournaments to the advantage of India, England and Australia and the apparent disadvantage of the other 102 member nations - be they full, associate or affiliate - of the ICC.
Clarke, the former chairman and current president of the ECB, has become the focal point for anger after his less than flattering portrayal in the documentary Death of a Gentleman, which alleges that poor governance of the game at a global level has endangered the future of the sport.
The film is also critical of the decision to cut the World Cup to a 10-team tournament and draws attention to the ICC's decision to disregard an independent report in 2012 from Lord Woolf and the financial services company, PricewaterhouseCoopers which referred to the conflict of interest implicit in the composition and membership of the ICC, chaired by N Srinivasan of India
"Cricket has been taken over by England, Australia and India at the expense of the other 102 countries that play the game," said Collins, who has previously been highly critical of the poor governance standards and corruption in FIFA.