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South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Cape Town

Siddle asked to regain his pace

Mar 1, 2014: Peter Siddle has been set the task of relocating the yard of speed he has lost over the course of a taxing 18 months, after he was dropped for the Newlands Test

Daniel Brettig in Cape Town

Australia in South Africa 2013-14

Philander hits Australian wall

Feb 18, 2014: Vernon Philander began the series ranked as the world's No. 1 paceman but is increasingly struggling to live up to the expectations of his lofty perch against Australia

Daniel Brettig

The Ashes 2013-14

Attack is the world's best - Siddle

Jan 7, 2014: Peter Siddle declared Australia's bowling attack the world's best no fewer than three times

Daniel Brettig

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

Australia's attack proves fitter, faster and deeper

Jan 5, 2014: Australia's triumph was achieved on the back of an attack who proved themselves the fittest, fastest and perhaps even the best of any Ashes bowling ensemble

Daniel Brettig in Sydney

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 1st day

Australia's fast-bowling pressure cooker

Dec 26, 2013: The spectators, like the bowlers, had to earn their rewards on the opening day in Melbourne but, once again, the pressure built by Australia's attack kept them on top

Brydon Coverdale at the MCG

The Ashes 2013-14

Australia's attack 'best in the world' - McDermott

Dec 23, 2013: Craig McDermott reckons Australia's attack is the best in the world and Peter Siddle believes it is the strongest he has played in, but the tour of South Africa in February looms as their ultimate test

Brydon Coverdale in Melbourne

Australia v England, 3rd Test, Perth, 2nd day

Siddle maintains stranglehold over Pietersen

Dec 14, 2013: Other bowlers often reap the benefits of the pressure built by Peter Siddle but it seems fitting that against Pietersen, Siddle himself is rewarded

Brydon Coverdale at the WACA

Australia v England, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Siddle and Harris give Australia 2-0 lead

Dec 9, 2013: Australia took a 2-0 lead in the Ashes series, with three to play as they inflicted a 218-run defeat on England in the Adelaide Test to follow up their overwhelming 381-run win in the opening match in Brisbane

The Report by David Hopps at Adelaide Oval

Australia v England, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Siddle thrives on hard day's fight

Dec 8, 2013: As Australia grafted for wickets, Peter Siddle restated his immense value to the team

Daniel Brettig at Adelaide Oval

The Ashes 2013-14

Siddle hopes to get through Adelaide grind

Nov 29, 2013: Like last year, there is only a three-day break between the Adelaide and Perth Tests, but Siddle is hopeful he will be able to walk out with the team at the WACA this time around

Brydon Coverdale

County news

Siddle signs for Nottinghamshire

Nov 13, 2013: Nottinghamshire have pulled off a significant signing after securing Peter Siddle as their overseas player for the entire Championship and one-day campaigns on 2014

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia news

Australia's fast eight for Ashes

Oct 10, 2013: Australia's selectors have identified eight fast bowlers in line for Ashes duty during the summer and told their states to prepare them accordingly

Daniel Brettig

The Investec Ashes 2013

Signs of development but much to do

Aug 26, 2013: Australia's Ashes performance wasn't far off what was expected: a wholehearted, often impressive, bowling attack but an inconsistent batting order, although there are signs of promise

Daniel Brettig

England v Australia, 5th Investec Test, The Oval, 3rd day

Count the drinks, not the runs

Aug 23, 2013: It was a day where patience was tested all round; the batsmen showed, the bowlers used and the crowd had to find it

Brydon Coverdale at The Oval

The Siddle riddle

Aug 9, 2013: Australia's quintessential workhorse doesn't get much swing but there's enough movement to keep everyone guessing

Aakash Chopra

Australia's pace attack their one saving grace

Aug 9, 2013: England have dominated most aspects of the Ashes so far, but the one area where Australia have trumped them is fast bowling

S Rajesh

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

Damn the weather, but Australia turn a corner

Aug 5, 2013: After the humiliation of Lord's, Australia refocused their game and, if it hadn't been for the weather, would probably have won in Manchester. That bodes well for the remainder of the Ashes

Mark Nicholas

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

Still reasons for Clarke to smile

Aug 5, 2013: Australia were always going to lose this Ashes. A victory in this Test wouldn't change that. But just by winning this Test they could have proved something to themselves

Jarrod Kimber at Old Trafford

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Old Trafford, 5th day

England retain Ashes on rainy day

Aug 5, 2013: England will keep the Ashes for the next five months at least after Manchester's weather proved a far more impassable barrier to Australia's bowlers than the hosts' top order batting on a grey final day at Old Trafford

The Report by Daniel Brettig

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Old Trafford, 3rd day

Bowlers ready for some heavy lifting

Aug 3, 2013: Michael Clarke may have a tricky decision to make over the follow-on but, after an impressive day and with the Ashes at stake, the attack must continue to front up

Brydon Coverdale at Old Trafford
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