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Flintoff rocks Australia

Nov 29, 2009: The old faithful cranks it up one last time

Andrew Miller

Run, Ricky, run

Sep 29, 2009: The unthinkable is something Australia's captain must be thinking about, a lot

Christian Ryan

Damn the bloat

Sep 21, 2009: Day-nighters in autumn? English cricket has crossed a certain line with this one

Tanya Aldred

The last Ashes were better

Sep 18, 2009: Why this year's win was a pale shadow of 2005's

S Aga

England v Australia, 4th ODI, Lord's

Lee has a ball and makes his point

Sep 12, 2009: As Brett Lee made his way into the Lord's museum for his press conference, the ball he had used to claim a series-clinching 5 for 49 was already on display behind one of the glass cabinets

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

Alastair Cook

Gooch fine-tunes his young protege

Sep 10, 2009: While England struggle, Alastair Cook, not required for international duty, has been hitting hundreds for Essex in domestic one-day cricket to fine-tune his game

Andrew Miller

There's life in the ODI yet

Sep 10, 2009: No version of the game that has produced so many outstanding feats ought lightly to be tossed away in favour of a format that does not offer the possibility of greatness

Peter Roebuck

England v Australia, 1st ODI, The Oval

Timing the key for Clarke's future

Sep 4, 2009: Michael Clarke may be the captain in waiting, but Australia need to ensure he rediscovers his hustle at the crease before leading full-time in one-day cricket

Alex Brown at The Oval


England glorious

Aug 29, 2009: A look back at England's 2-1 Ashes-regaining series victory over Australia

Ashes 2009

The battles within the war

Aug 26, 2009: A look at the head-to-head stats during The Ashes

S Rajesh

Flintoff's retirement from Tests

My favourite Flintoff moment

Aug 26, 2009: Cricinfo asks cricketers and journalists to pick their favourite Andrew Flintoff moments

Andrew Miller and Nagraj Gollapudi

The teams' chances in the Ashes

'Hard to see England winning from here'

Aug 26, 2009: You don't say? We look at Ashes predictions - after the fact

ESPNcricinfo staff

No time for back-slapping

Aug 26, 2009: England have displayed fortitude, pride, skill and unity, but they need to confront some hard truths still

Peter Roebuck

When the numbers didn't add up

Aug 26, 2009: Instances when teams with the leading run-scorers and wicket-takers in a series ended up on the wrong side of the scoreline

Travis Basevi and George Binoy

The Ashes 2009

Grounded, astute Broad ready for stardom

Aug 25, 2009: Fortunately, Stuart Broad is as grounded as they come. At the age of 23, he's well aware that his career is still in its infancy, and he's as well placed as any young player to maintain a cricket-centric focus

Andrew Miller

Australia's selectors should be full-time professionals

Aug 25, 2009: It won't be so easy for England in the 2010-11 Ashes, but Australia must look at having full-time selectors

Jason Gillespie

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval

Fred was one of the good guys

Aug 25, 2009: I'm so happy for Fred that he's managed to go out on his terms. Yes, he's been forced into retirement by injury, but in the circumstances, what a way to go

Matthew Hoggard

Andrew Flintoff retires from Test cricket

The Flintoff story in numbers

Aug 25, 2009: Andrew Flintoff's career numbers are ultimately underwhelming, but against the best team of his era he stepped it up

S Rajesh

It was the allrounders wot won it

Aug 25, 2009: Andrew Flintoff, Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann made a telling impact on the series with both bat and ball

Tim de Lisle

Ashes 2009

England get their timing right

Aug 24, 2009: Stats review of the 2009 Ashes

Siddhartha Talya
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Tour Results
England v Australia at Chester-le-Street - Sep 20, 2009
England won by 4 wickets (with 60 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Nottingham - Sep 17, 2009
Australia won by 111 runs
England v Australia at Nottingham - Sep 15, 2009
Australia won by 4 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Lord's - Sep 12, 2009
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 38 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Southampton - Sep 9, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
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