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Alastair Cook carried his bat for 244 not out but England's hopes of victory were hampered by the weather and some obdurate batting
Alastair Cook scored his fifth Test double century and added 100 for the ninth-wicket with Stuart Broad as England seized control of the fourth Test
Alastair Cook scored his first Ashes hundred since January 2011 to back up excellent work from England's pace attack on a day where the visitors dominated
David Warner survived being caught off no-ball on 99 before Steven Smith cemented Australia's position in the evening session
Brydon Coverdale previews the fourth Test at the MCG as Steven Smith chases batting records and Tom Curran may make a Test debut for England
England were 368 for 4 on the second day at the WACA. After a Steven Smith epic, they ended up losing by an innings
When rain arrived to curtail played on the fourth evening, Australia needed six wickets to win, while England required a further 127 runs to make them bat again
Mitchell Marsh scored his maiden Test hundred and Steven Smith batted through the day for a double as England were ground into the dirt at the WACA
Steven Smith moved serenely towards a 21st Test hundred as Australia continued the fightback started by taking England's last six wickets for 35 runs
An unbroken 174-run stand between Dawid Malan and Jonny Bairstow allowed England to enjoy a strong start to the pivotal third Test
The last time a team came back from 0-2 to win the Ashes, Sir Don Bradman was at the forefront of that charge. Can England's batsmen strike similar form on a ground where they haven't had much success?
And who was the first to score a hundred and take ten wickets in the same Test?
Josh Hazlewood struck twice in his first two overs before Mitchell Starc cleaned up England with the new ball to banish any thoughts of a famous upset
Joe Burns continued his good form in the Sheffield Shield with a career-best score as Queensland pushed for a result with a declaration
Wicketkeeper Seb Gotch fell just short of his maiden first-class century as Victoria piled on 450 on the third day against Western Australia at the MCG
England gave themselves a chance of pulling off an unlikely victory with Joe Root anchoring their pursuit of 354 after James Anderson led the way with the ball
England claimed four cheap wickets in the final session after Australia opted not to enforce the follow on but they were still facing a 268-run deficit at the end of day three
Shaun Marsh completed his fifth Test hundred as Australia declared on 442 for 8 to pile the pressure onto England
England managed to take four wickets - including that of Steven Smith for 40 - but Australia had nevertheless built a solid platform after Joe Root's decision to put them in
And does Tim Paine hold the record for most Tests missed between appearances?
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