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Fourth Test Match

Australia v England

2004: At Melbourne, December 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 2002

Steven Lynch

Caddick, Harmison make Australia fight all the way for five wicket win

Dec 30, 2002: Remarkable as it might appear, Australia took the result but England took heart from the last session of the fourth Test

Ralph Dellor

Australia win at the MCG but have to fight for victory

Dec 30, 2002: Remarkable as it might appear, Australia took the result but England took heart from the last session of the fourth Test

Ralph Dellor

Vaughan leads England defiance but Australia set for another win

Dec 29, 2002: It could be said that England are getting better

Ralph Dellor

Australia set for fourth Ashes win despite Vaughan hundred

Dec 29, 2002: It could be said that England are getting better

Ralph Dellor

Australia falls behind for the first time

Dec 29, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 29 AAP - England ensured Australia had to bat again by reaching 5-326 at tea on day four of the fourth Ashes Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

AAP

Vaughan leads England fightback

Dec 29, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 29 AAP - Opener Michael Vaughan capped off an outstanding year with a century as he led England's fightback here today on day four of the fourth Ashes cricket Test.

AAP

Australia enforce follow-on despite White heroics

Dec 28, 2002: A battling, unbeaten innings of 85 from Craig White could not prevent England from being asked to follow on in the fourth Ashes Test at Melbourne

Stephen Lamb

Fiery Gillespie burns England

Dec 28, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 28 AAP - Jason Gillespie looked mean and nasty.

Will Swanton

Australia enforces the follow-on

Dec 28, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 28 AAP - Australia dismissed England for 270 on day three of the fourth Ashes Test at the MCG, enforcing the follow-on.

AAP

Result of ICC Code of Conduct hearing concerning Andrew Caddick

Dec 28, 2002: England fast bowler Andrew Caddick has been officially reprimanded and warned as to his future conduct after being found guilty of a breach of the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Code of Conduct.

Australian Cricket Board

Caddick gets warning for bird

Dec 28, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 28 AAP - English fast bowler Andy Caddick received an official reprimand here today after pleading guilty to an on-field misconduct charge during the fourth Ashes Test.

AAP

England in trouble at 7-185 - lunch day three

Dec 28, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 28 AAP - Australia snared four wickets before lunch here today to pile the pressure on England in the fourth Ashes Test at the MCG.

AAP

Caddick charged with Code of Conduct level 1 offence

Dec 27, 2002: England fast bowler Andrew Caddick has been charged with a Level 1 offence under the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Code of Conduct.

Australian Cricket Board

Another controversial replay as Australia dominates

Dec 27, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 27 AAP - A packed MCG erupted into a chorus of boos after grim-faced England captain Nasser Hussain refused to walk when Australia claimed a catch late on day two of the Boxing Day Test.

Will Swanton

Australia take key wickets after declaration

Dec 27, 2002: A wicket apiece for Australia's trio of fast bowlers consolidated their position of dominance at the end of the second day of the Melbourne Test

Stephen Lamb

Langer on verge of second double century

Dec 27, 2002: MELBOURNE, Dec 27 AAP - Australian opener Justin Langer was nearing his second Test double century at lunch here today on day two of the fourth Ashes Test against England at the MCG.

Roger Vaughan

England bowlers struggle to contain Australia at MCG

Dec 26, 2002: Bing Crosby might have been dreaming of a white Christmas, but Steve Waugh was still dreaming of a whitewash after the first day's play in the fourth Ashes Test at the MCG

Ralph Dellor

Australia in control once again after first day at the MCG

Dec 26, 2002: Bing Crosby might have been dreaming of a white Christmas, but Steve Waugh was still dreaming of a whitewash after the first day's play in the fourth Ashes Test at the MCG

Ralph Dellor
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