Brydon Coverdale

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Australia team doctor Peter Brukner talks with Chris Rogers

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Ashes Test, Edgbaston, 1st day

Unchanged Australia bat; Finn replaces Wood

Michael Clarke won the toss and chose to bat on a pitch with some grass on it as Australia again sought to play from the front as they did during their win at Lord's

Mark Wood receives treatment on his foot

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Ashes Test, Edgbaston

England hope for some Edgbaston magic

ESPNcricinfo previews the third Test of the Investec Ashes at Edgbaston

Chris Rogers receives attention after suffering a dizzy spell

England v Australia, 2nd Investec Ashes Test, Lord's, 4th day

Johnson inspires Australia's 405-run rout

Australia completed a 405-run thrashing of England on the fourth day at Lord's, where England were set 509 for victory and were bowled out for 103

Ben Stokes raises his bat after reaching a fifty

England v Australia, 2nd Investec Ashes Test, Lord's, 3rd day

Dominant Australia build vast lead

On every day of this Test Australia have tightened their grip further and so it was again on day three, a day on which Alastair Cook fought hard for 96 and Ben Stokes lashed 87

Steven Smith recorded his maiden Test double

England v Australia, 2nd Investec Ashes Test, Lord's, 2nd day

England in a hole after Smith's 215

Steven Smith scored 215 in the first innings at Lord's. By the end of day two, there was no guarantee England's entire team would manage that many

Steven Smith lets out a scream on reaching his hundred

England v Australia, 2nd Investec Ashes Test, Lord's, 1st day

Rogers and Smith lead Australia plunder

Chris Rogers and Steven Smith placed Australia in a dominant position on the first day at Lord's, where they reached 337 for 1 at stumps

One out, one in: Moeen Ali could be replaced by Adil Rashid for the second Test

England v Australia, 2nd Investec Ashes Test, Lord's

Australia look to quickly regroup

ESPNcricinfo previews the second Test of the Investec Ashes at Lord's

Ellyse Perry halted England's recovery by removing Arran Brindle

Women's Ashes 2015

Australia women eye Ashes success

Australia captain Meg Lanning and her squad leave for England on Monday night with great expectations, although recent history will be against them in their bid to regain the Women's Ashes

John Rutherford, now in his 80s, shows he can still bat

One and Done

The underdog who remained unbeaten

John Rutherford played just the one Test before a stroke while playing put paid to his cricket career. It went downhill from there before he turned things around

Chris Rogers walks with team doctor Peter Brukner

Australia in West Indies 2015

Rogers admits sitting out was right call

Chris Rogers has conceded that team doctor Peter Brukner was right to rule him out of both Tests in the West Indies after he suffered concussion when he was struck on the helmet at training