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They took care to not permit Starc or Cummins to get a four-for in Brisbane, that's why
How do you define a headbutt? Where did Jonny Bairstow make contact with Cameron Bancroft? And actually a bit of cricket as well. The full transcript of an unusual press conference
Stats highlights from the final day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba
The England team "have to be smarter" about how they go about life off the field, the coach said, in the wake of the latest controversy to surround the team
The circus around Jonny Bairstow's bizarre "headbutt" greeting to Cameron Bancroft risks destabilising England's Ashes campaign
Ten-Wicket wins for Australia V England in Tests - This is the first since 2007 and second at the Gabba. In 1990 Australia chased down 157 without losing a wicket.
Spinners from Australia to take 50 or more wickets in a calendar year. Shane Warne was the last to achieve this in 2005 when he took 96 wickets.
Balls taken for Steven Smith to score his century - His slowest in Tests and slowest for Australia in an Ashes Test since 1993
Runs only for Steven Smith in the first session from 72 balls he faced. He managed to score just one boundary in this session. Australia scored only 48 runs and lost 3 wickets.
Dismissals for Bairstow against Nathan Lyon - Joint most he has been dismissed against any bowler from Australia.
Innings since England had a century stand for the second wicket. Previous instance was in 2016 when Cook and Root added 185 against Pakistan at Manchester
Highest Test score for James Vince before today.He had four scores between 35 and 42. Vince has 20 fifties and 30 hundreds in First-Class matches coming in to this Test
Test matches at the ground since January 1989- Aus have won 21 and drawn seven. Of those 21 wins, six have been by an innings, four by nine or ten wickets, and five by margins of 200 or more runs
Number of Test matches missed between appearances for Tim Paine - Joint Most for Australia along with Bradd Hogg