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Pace battery will win it for Australia

Aug 11, 2009: There was nothing wrong with the bowling at Headingley, no leaking of runs, no easing of pressure

Jason Gillespie

The Ashes 2009

Johnson rediscovers himself

Aug 10, 2009: He hasn't reached his peak, but Mitchell Johnson has begun to find his form again and believe in himself

Peter English

The Ashes 2009

Flower hits out at middle order

Aug 10, 2009: England's coach, Andy Flower, has accused his players of failing to heed the lessons of past performances, and has described the performances of his batsmen as 'simply not good enough'

Andrew Miller

The Ashes 2009

Flintoff to play Ashes decider

Aug 10, 2009: The England & Wales Cricket Board is understood to have received a positive diagnosis of Andrew Flintoff's knee condition this evening

Andrew Miller

The Ashes 2009

Play Johnson, rest Hussey

Aug 10, 2009:

Peter English

England v Austalia, 4th Test, Headingley

England defeat proves costly for Leeds

Aug 10, 2009: England's dismal defeat to Australia at Headingley could cost the local economy in Leeds up to £2 million

ESPNcricinfo staff

The Ashes 2009

Flintoff was fit for Headingley, says agent

Aug 10, 2009: The Times has reported that Andrew Flintoff had declared himself fit for the fourth Ashes Test only to be overlooked by England's captain and coach

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

Langer 'shattered' by leaked dossier

Aug 9, 2009: Justin Langer has told Cricinfo that he bitterly regrets the fact that a dossier he compiled on the England team has been leaked to the press

Alex Brown at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

The Australian way begins to succeed

Aug 9, 2009: Ricky Ponting and his mates were right after all: they do perform best when it matters most, and they did come back from being a match behind with two to play

Peter English at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

Desperate times, desperate measures?

Aug 9, 2009: Change for change's sake is something that the England management rarely sees fit to sanction, even when the cosiness on display becomes so self-serving that it is ridiculed in pre-series dossiers by high-profile former opponents

Andrew Miller at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

Ponting ready for 2005 revenge

Aug 9, 2009: Since arriving on these shores two months ago, Ricky Ponting has artfully dodged questions relating to England's 2005 Ashes triumph and its lingering impact on his emotions and legacy

Alex Brown at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

The Flintoff conundrum

Aug 9, 2009: To pick him or not to pick him, that's still the question for England. Andrew Flintoff has become this series' Glenn McGrath, missing the Ashes Test which his side lost

Peter English at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

Never in the game

Aug 9, 2009: This was no throttling. It was a heart-attack of a performance and England need a defibrillator if they're to regain the Ashes

Andrew Miller at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

Stuart vs Stuart

Aug 9, 2009: Peter English presents the plays of the third day at Headingley

Peter English at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley

Bopara feeling the pressure

Aug 9, 2009: Ravi Bopara has admitted that he is fighting to save his Test place after his poor form continued with a miserable match at Headingley

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley, 3rd day

Australia level with crushing win

Aug 9, 2009: Stuart Board lived up to his promise to provide late-innings resistance for England's beleaguered cricketers, as he and Graeme Swann compiled a spirited and thrilling eighth-wicket stand of 108 in just 12.3 overs

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller at Headingley

Fourth Test, Day 3

Aug 9, 2009: Featuring Cricinfo's deputy editor Alex Brown, UK editor Andrew Miller and Australasia editor Peter English

England v Australia, 4th npower Test, Headingley, 2nd day

Woeful England heading for a new low

Aug 8, 2009: Outplayed from the first ball, the home side are lurching towards one of the worst defeats in their history

Andrew Miller at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th npower Test, Headingley, 2nd day

Broad stands amid the wreckage

Aug 8, 2009: Sifting for positives is a tricky business for any team faced with a 343-run first innings deficit and an historic defeat on the horizon, but Stuart Broad's career-best haul temporarily lifted English spirits on Saturday

Alex Brown at Headingley

England v Australia, 4th npower Test, Headingley, 2nd day

The real Mitchell Johnson

Aug 8, 2009: He started the Ashes slowly, and was close to being dropped, but Australia's spearhead is finding peak form again

Alex Brown at Headingley
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