Olympic Super heavyweight gold medalist Anthony Joshua was down at The Oval to “see his mate Moeen Ali” and told us he plans to win his next two fights and become Commonwealth and British Champion by the end of the year. It seems the Ashes will culminate with yet another one-sided contest, as an England collapse has them suffering a 374-run deficit at stumps on the second day at The Oval, with two wickets left to help erase it. An all-round Australian bowling attack kept chipping away at England’s batsmen, with only Mitchell Starc unable to be among the wickets. Steven Finn: We’ve had a poor day, we can’t hide away from that