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Australia v England, fourth Test, Melbourne, second day

Depressing scenes at the 'G

Dec 27, 2010: An Australian fan can't bear to watch England pummel his side

Sean Kelly

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 2nd day

Trott's hunger hurts Australia

Dec 27, 2010: After the bowlers did their job yesterday, England's No.3 ensured there was no let-up with another impressive display

Andrew Miller at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 2nd day

Siddle's efforts clouded in controversy

Dec 27, 2010: Peter Siddle was Australia's everywhere man, including a brief stint as a self-appointed on-field spokesman, as the hosts tried but failed to stay in touch with England at the MCG

Peter English at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 2nd day

Time running out for Collingwood

Dec 27, 2010: Almost everything has gone right for England in Melbourne, but Paul Collingwood's poor form continued with another failure

Andrew Miller at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 2nd day

A thin line for Johnson, a rare failure for Bell

Dec 27, 2010: Plays of the day from the second day between Australia and England at the MCG

Andrew Miller and Peter English at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 2nd day

Ponting fined as the match slips away

Dec 27, 2010: Ricky Ponting finally cracked under the strain of impending Ashes defeat when he picked a series of arguments with the umpires and Kevin Pietersen after the batsman correctly survived a caught-behind referral

Peter English at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 2nd day

Trott keeps England on target to retain the urn

Dec 27, 2010: On a day when Ricky Ponting lost his cool with the umpires, Jonathan Trott was a picture of composure as his second century of the series kept England on target to retain the Ashes

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, 2nd day, Melbourne

Australia have to force the game

Dec 27, 2010: Andrew Miller and Peter English discussed the Melbourne Test

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 1st day

Edge ends Hussey's run, but restarts Cook

Dec 26, 2010: Plays of the day as the Boxing Day Test gets underway at the MCG

Andrew Miller and Peter English at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 1st day

Clarke lost for words after awful display

Dec 26, 2010: "What can you do?" Michael Clarke and the Australians are almost out of answers on how to fix Australia's regular batting collapses

Peter English at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 1st day

Too much on too few for Australia

Dec 26, 2010: Australia's win at Perth felt like a lifetime ago as they were blown away for 98 on Boxing Day

Peter English at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 1st day

England's quicks set up Ashes history

Dec 26, 2010: It was a day of dreams for the visitors as their impressive pace attack proved too much for Australia

Andrew Miller at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne, 1st day

Dominant England bring Ashes triumph nearer

Dec 26, 2010: Within three sessions of complete England dominance at the MCG, they moved to within touching distance of retaining the Ashes by dismissing Australia for 98 and passing their total with no wickets down

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale at the MCG

Australia v England, 4th Test, Melbourne

The biggest stage set to sizzle

Dec 25, 2010: ESPNcricinfo's preview of the fourth Test between Australia and England at the MCG

The Preview by Brydon Coverdale
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