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The wickets are falling, now for the runs
The wickets are falling, now for the runs

An analysis of England's attack and the success they have had in this Ashes series

Partners in victory
Partners in victory

How Mahela jayawardene and Russel Arnold combined in the partnership which turned the game around

Ashes comebacks, and other unlikely events
Ashes comebacks, and other unlikely events

The column where we answer your questions

Losing the length
Losing the length

How England's tendency to bowl short on the fourth day nearly cost them the match

A captain's trot
A captain's trot

Michael Vaughan is suffering from a run of poor form much like Nasser Hussain

Warne's magic, and Flintoff's response
Warne's magic, and Flintoff's response

Shane Warne once again proved a master at exploiting a wearing wicket

Warne does what's never been done
Warne does what's never been done

Shane Warne became the first bowler to take 100 Test wickets in a country other than his own

The virtues of discipline
The virtues of discipline

The key to England's success on the second day was the length their bowlers bowled

Hoggard's importance to England
Hoggard's importance to England

As unspectacular as his presence is, Matthew Hoggard's importance to England's recent rejuvenation cannot be over-emphasised

Australian pies and kids in the candy shop
Australian pies and kids in the candy shop

The Paper Round from the first day at Edgbaston

The boundary bounty
The boundary bounty

The perils of pitching it short at Edgbaston

Warne revives memories of 2001
Warne revives memories of 2001

Edgbaston, as everyone in the cricket-playing world now knows, is England's lucky ground

Australia's missing metronome
Australia's missing metronome

McGrathed and Warned at Lord's, England fought back magnificently at Edgbaston this morning

A spot of tennis and a Tiger or two
A spot of tennis and a Tiger or two

A selection of Cricinfo's writers recall their alternative Ashes memories

A win-the-toss-and-bowl venue
A win-the-toss-and-bowl venue

What the numbers say about Edgbaston the Test venue

Tough love and love-ins
Tough love and love-ins
The busiest umpire, and Geoff Boycott's near-miss
The busiest umpire, and Geoff Boycott's near-miss

Steven Lynch answers your questions

'You really earn your runs against Australia'
'You really earn your runs against Australia'

Mark Ramprakash spoke to Cricinfo about his Ashes memories from 2001

Bennett King's impossible job
Bennett King's impossible job

The West Indian coach has been hampered by issues which are far beyond his control

Windies let down by batting and catching
Windies let down by batting and catching

The spirit remained willing but the batting basics, the tactics, the bowling lines and, for the first time on tour, the catching were weak