Player of the Match
Player of the Match
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Should England shake things up for Perth?

Graeme Swann weighs in on the changes he would make ahead of the third Test at the WACA

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Swann: The batting monkey is growing on Root's back

Graeme Swann says that the pressures of captaincy are showing in Joe Root's batting performance during the Ashes

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'I had to have a sleeping pill last night' - Smith

Australia captain says he's had a few 'different thoughts' about his decision to not enforce the follow-on in Adelaide.

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'We want to perform for our fans' - Root

England captain Joe Root says his team's performance has let the fans down and they want to change that in the remaining Ashes Tests

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#PoliteEnquiries: Time to give Maxwell a go?

Melinda Farrell and George Dobell answer your questions following the fourth day of the 2nd Ashes Test at Adelaide.

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Katich: Anderson's spell was magnificent

Melinda Farrell and Simon Katich discuss James Anderson's impact for England during the 2nd Ashes Test in Adelaide, where the England fast bowler took his maiden Test five-for on Australian soil

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Katich: Australia let down by shot selection

Simon Katich explains why he didn't have an issue with Steve Smith's decision not to force England to follow-on in Adelaide

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Katich: Australia's tactics weren't right

Despite England's fightback on the fourth day in Adelaide, Simon Katich believes that Australia remain favourites

, play 01:45
Shown we can cause Australia problems - Anderson

James Anderson said England's fightback in Adelaide has made a strong statement and victory from such a poor position would be a huge blow to Australia

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'Smith's obviously frustrated' - Saker

David Saker discusses Steven Smith's state of mind following the close of a frustrating fourth day in Adelaide

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'Lyon is the one bowler who doesn't need the lights to make him more dangerous'

Dan Brettig has been enjoying watching Nathan Lyon bowl as he took the key wicket of Alastair Cook before dinner on Day 4.

, play 04:37
#PoliteEnquiries: Is this Cook and Anderson's last Test series?

George Dobell and Melinda Farrell ponder the implications of no follow-on as they answer your questions from Adelaide

, play 01:45
Why didn't Australia enforce the follow-on?

Mitchell Starc spoke to the press following the third day of the second Ashes Test and Dirk Nannes explains to Melinda Farrell about Australia's decision to not follow-on.

, play 01:46
Could Hales feature in Australia?

George Dobell and Melinda Farrell discuss the news that Alex Hales has been cleared for selection in the limited-overs formats against Australia and New Zealand.

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Nannes: Still can't see how England get out of this

Dirk Nannes and Melinda Farrell discuss whether England's late fightback on the third day in Adelaide will be enough to ignite their Ashes

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Nannes: Lyon has been the difference

Dirk Nannes looks back at Nathan Lyon's latest impressive performance on the third day of the second Test

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'Lyon could sing Bohemian Rhapsody standing on his head at the moment'

Dan Brettig says Nathan Lyon and the other Australian bowlers could do no wrong as they put themselves in a strong position to potentially enforce the follow-on.

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Old stories at the new Bodyline bar

Melinda Farrell goes behind the scenes at the famous Bodyline bar in Adelaide during the second Test

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#PoliteEnquiries: Is Mark Wood really the saviour for England?

Melinda Farrell and George Dobell try to avoid distractions as they answer your questions on the second day in Adelaide

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Hussey: Cook and Root hold the key for England

Melinda Farrell and Michael Hussey discuss what we can expect to see on the third day of the second Test

Anderson shines


Five-wicket haul for James Anderson from 30 innings in Australia - Previously he had taken four wickets on four different occasions .

Fifty and counting


Wickets for Nathan Lyon against England. Lyon has more than fifty wickets against England and India respectively. Lyon is the ninth spinner from Australia to this feat.

Marsh Marches on


Centuries scored by Marsh in Tests - This is only his second century at home from 19 innings and first against England.

Long time coming


Deliveries it took to dismiss Steven Smith for the first time this series. He faced 326 balls in the first Test and 90 today.

Crucial Toss


Instances of teams choosing to field after winning the toss from 7 day-nights Tests. However both the day-night tests at Adelaide was won by Australia fielding first.