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Australia v England 2006-07

2007: Review of the Ashes, 2006-07

Gideon Haigh

South Africa seek to remedy top-order woes

India look to erase bad Durban memories

Dec 20, 2006: Luckily for India, South Africa have plenty of problems of their own. Dale Steyn limped out at the Wanderers, and is doubtful for this game

Dileep Premachandran in Durban

The Ashes 2006-07

Ponting defends England hierarchy

Dec 20, 2006: Australia's captain, Ricky Ponting, has leapt to the defence of his opposite number, Andrew Flintoff, and England's embattled coach, Duncan Fletcher, and believes that the criticism that has come their way since losing the Ashes is "harsh"

ESPNcricinfo staff

The Ashes 2006-07

McGrath knuckles down for 5-0

Dec 19, 2006: Australia will not be complacent in the remaining Ashes Tests despite snatching the series in three matches, Glenn McGrath vowed

AFP

The Ashes 2006-07

'Players still respect me' - Fletcher

Dec 19, 2006: Duncan Fletcher claims to have the confidence of the England players and will continue to review his position on a six-monthly basis despite the crushing Ashes loss in Perth

Peter English at Perth

England coach under fire

Fletcher's position to be reviewed after World Cup

Dec 18, 2006: Duncan Fletcher's position as England coach will be reviewed after the World Cup according to David Collier, the ECB's chief executive

Andrew Miller at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

Warne and McGrath as good as ever

Dec 18, 2006: Stats highlights from the last day of the Perth Test

S Rajesh and George Binoy

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

Ponting sets sights on 5-0

Dec 18, 2006: Ricky Ponting had just completed the most significant Test victory of his 33-match reign and still he could not escape from his lowest moment as leader

Peter English at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

England wallow in dreamland

Dec 18, 2006: In the end, resistance was futile. England's 463-day Ashes reign, the shortest in history, came to an end just two balls into the second session of the 15th day of this contest. In truth, it was over long before it had begun

Andrew Miller at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

Warne writes the perfect script

Dec 18, 2006: Shane Warne has usually registered his major wicket-taking achievements on overseas tours, but on Boxing Day he will have the chance to raise his 700th Test victim on his home ground in Melbourne

Peter English at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

'I'm still proud to be captain' - Flintoff

Dec 18, 2006: After England's victory in the 2005 Ashes, a gung-ho ABC news journalist kicked open the saloon doors to Ricky Ponting's post-match press conference, and before anyone else could open their mouths, had launched into an immediate demand for the Australian

Andrew Miller at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

Short cuts - The captain's day

Dec 18, 2006: It's Ricky Ponting's birthday on Tuesday and he was planning to stay up till midnight while toasting his Ashes-winning present. "Actually, it's 3 o'clock now so I might not make it," he said. His on-field staying powers are obviously better than his off-f

Peter English at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

Australia earn the urn's return

Dec 18, 2006: Following the pain of the past 18 months Australia now have a chance to never let the Ashes go

Peter English at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 5th day

Warne stars as Australia regain the Ashes

Dec 18, 2006: Australia have regained the Ashes with a comprehensive 206-run win two balls after lunch on the final day at the WACA

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

How Bell conquered Warne ... almost

Dec 17, 2006: Stats highlights from the fourth day's play at Perth

S Rajesh

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

McGrath drops the "A" word

Dec 17, 2006: The "A" word has not been spoken much by the Australians this week but after Glenn McGrath swept two late wickets he realised how close the prize was to returning "home"

Peter English

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

Cook's tour takes a positive turn

Dec 17, 2006: It was a depressing end to a superb innings. As Alastair Cook trudged despairingly from the crease after recording his maiden Ashes century, he was so crestfallen he could barely raise his bat to acknowledge a deserved standing ovation

Andrew Miller at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

England get a glimpse of the future

Dec 17, 2006: At some stage tomorrow, Australia will recapture the Ashes, just 15 days into this latest contest, and just 15 months after surrendering them at The Oval last summer. Even so, England's performance today was a glimpse of a rosy future

Andrew Miller at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

Warne burnout a real threat

Dec 17, 2006: Terry Jenner fears the over-bowling of Shane Warne could cut short his career and as Australia's drive for the Ashes was interrupted it was easy to see why

Peter English at Perth

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

McGrath dents England's Cook-led fightback

Dec 17, 2006: Led by Alastair Cook's 116, England refused to relinquish the Ashes for one more day but a late burst from Glenn McGrath has put Australia on the brink

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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