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Third Test, Day 2

Jul 31, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

Third Test, Day 1

Jul 30, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

Second Test, Day 4

Jul 19, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

Second Test, Day 3

Jul 18, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

Second Test, Day 2

Jul 17, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

Second Test, Day 1

Jul 16, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

England v Australia, 2nd Test, Lord's

Strauss wants inspiration from Cardiff jailbreak

Jul 15, 2009: The England captain wants to harness the spirit from the final afternoon in Cardiff to drive England to a 1-0 Ashes lead at Lord's

Peter English at Lord's

The Ashes 2009

Flower defends under-fire Pietersen

Jul 14, 2009: Andy Flower, the England coach, has defended Kevin Pietersen for his shot selection in Cardiff, and insisted the batsman would review his own performance and learn from the experience

Andrew Miller at Lord's

The Ashes 2009

Pietersen like a spoilt child - Boycott

Jul 14, 2009: Geoffrey Boycott calls on the England team management to reprimand Pietersen

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v Australia, 1st Test, Cardiff

I'd have done the same - Hauritz

Jul 13, 2009: Australia would have employed similar stalling tactics to England's final-wicket pairing in Cardiff had they been the team fighting for a draw, said Nathan Hauritz

Peter English in Cardiff

England picked the wrong team

Jul 13, 2009: In their bowling, they went for quantity and solidity over quality and incisiveness, and none of their batsmen bar one can take a match by the scruff of its neck

Tim de Lisle

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

Strauss relieved by tailenders' heroics

Jul 12, 2009: Andrew Strauss lavished praise on the character of his lower-order, but admitted that the final stages of the match had been "horrible" to watch

Andrew Miller at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

Ponting angered by England tactics

Jul 12, 2009: Ricky Ponting delivered a stinging critique of England's gamesmanship after a contentious final session in which the hosts' 12th man and physiotherapist made multiple visits to the centre

Alex Brown at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

The 'tenacious little redhead' does it again

Jul 12, 2009: Defeat today might not have been as painful for England as a collective, given how little of the match they had actually commanded, but for Paul Collingwood personally it would have been a low without compare

Andrew Miller at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

Ponting refuses to mope

Jul 12, 2009: Ricky Ponting insisted he was not let down by Australia's dramatic near miss after watching an impregnable position turn into a gut-wrenching draw

Peter English at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

England escape; the Ashes are ablaze

Jul 12, 2009: The 2009 Ashes are officially alive. But though England will draw encouragement from their great escape, much more is needed from their marquee batsmen

Alex Brown at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

Sorry, Haury

Jul 12, 2009: A letter of apology to Nathan Hauritz from The Hauritzer Fan Club

Peter English at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

Heroes, handbags and halfwits

Jul 12, 2009: Andrew Miller presents the plays from a thrilling fifth day at Cardiff

Andrew Miller at Cardiff

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

Airline protesters interrupt Test

Jul 12, 2009: The final day of the first Ashes Test at Cardiff was interrupted by a pitch invasion involving two protesters campaigning against the recruitment policies of a discount airline

Alex Brown

England v Australia, 1st npower Test, Cardiff, 5th day

England pull off great escape

Jul 12, 2009: James Anderson and Monty Panesar produced the most important innings of their lives as England's final wicket survived 11.3 overs to pull off a thrilling escape at Cardiff

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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