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It's the Ashes. Again

The fun just never stops when it comes to cricket's premier contest

Strauss lets rip

England skipper in chewing team out shocker

The Watto exception

When it comes to a certain blond Australian allrounder, the normal rules of respecting the opponent do not apply

Saturday Night Auction Fever

A congregation of the unfortunate unsold

Pup: I'm the top dog now

And a top dog needs to be a bit of a showpony, what?

Australia unveil new leader

He'll bring fresh ideas, a change of direction - and tattoos, lots of tattoos

Jimmy takes charge of England's sledging

Fast bowling spearhead acknowledges weaknesses in a vital part of the side's game

SOS the Fat One - Part Deux

The blond Aussie spinning legend can't bear that his lady friend thinks highly of his successors

SOS the Fat One

Australia's selectors call on a burger-loving, card-playing 40-year-old

Protecting poor Mitchell

Watto and Katto come up with a cunning plan

The Newspaper Ashes Predict-o-Matic

How to get an entire sports pullout done in no time at all

'Leave my batting boys alone'

A nuggety former Australian great comes to the rescue, armed with a lunchbox

The Department of Predikshuns

Pidge and Hughesy draw up a cunning plan

And now, a message from our sponsors

In which England keep plugging away - though there's weeks to the first Ashes Test yet

Pup stoops to conquer

The Australian vice-captain deigns to bless a certain Twenty20 tournament with his presence. Maybe

Horsing around with England

In which the lads develop their core skills and a poor beastie is put out of its misery

The Twitterati go OMG

Warnie, Shilpa, Vijay, Lalit and Co come to terms with the latest controversy to hit the IPL

When Sir Ian addressed the Ryder Cup team

It's a barbaric world out there. At least you have Both to warn you about it

Mitch gets mean, Bolly gets enlightened

The Australians are ready for India, you better believe it

A dastardly conspiracy

What links alien abductions, the JFK killing, Elvis and, er, Kamran Akmal?

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