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Blood on the tracks

Blood on the tracks

The 2005 Ashes promised to be different, but a divorce meant Daniel Harris was missing the finale read more

Magic and realism: The Broad picture

Very few sportsmen can possess a game the way Broad can when he gets it right read more

Gutted Clarke takes loss personally

Skipper berates himself for not leading from the front, insists Australia have not forgotten how to win read more

A very special day, gushes elated Cook

England captain admits Rogers, Warner had him worried, pats Broad for turning things around read more

Feisty Broad makes it 3-0 to England

Powered by Harris and Warner Australia show signs of a revival, only to fall well short

Bell and the art of batting in the zone

Since 2011, Bell has been winning and saving Tests for England almost as a matter of course

It’ll be a scrap over the next two days: Bell

Harris focussed on bowling England out early on the fourth morning, says if Australia bat well, they can chase down around 300 runs

Bell slams ton to change the script

England end third day ahead by 202 runs and with five second-innings wickets left

Rogers and the pause before the ton

Rogers was troubled and survived chancily during his knock, but in the end he was unequivocally a winner

Broad’s spell ‘unbelievable’, says Rogers

Stuart Broad lauds Rogers’s perseverance, says, England must remove him early on the third day to stand a chance

Rogers ton keeps Australia in front

Australia end second day on 222 for 5, just 16 behind England’s first-innings total

Lyon’s brilliance lies in his patience

Offspinner reaps reward for persistence as pressure from both ends pays off for Australia

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