INTL CAREER: 1981 - 1991
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Shootout at Trent Bridge
A soggy Nottingham hosted the low-scoring first Test of the 1981 Ashes, and the quick bowlers ruled the roost
The ghosts of '89
Australia's triumph in the 1989 Ashes is a cautionary tale for those who think England barely need to lift a finger to retain the urn
The 16 Aussies who went to South Africa
The squad that toured a country under apartheid in 1985-86 played some quality, hard-fought cricket, but at what cost?
Time is right for Copeland
The world Shane Warne entered in 1992 lacked respect and understanding for legspin, and many of the batsmen with whom Trent Copeland has just joined battle regard medium pace almost as dimly
07-Sep-2011•Daniel Brettig in Pallekele
A costly tackle
In a week where Andrew Symonds hit the headlines for shoulder-barging a streaker we look back at the Perth Test in November 1982, when a similar move almost cost a player his career
Falling in a heap
Cricinfo takes a look back at five instances from the modern era where England's batting has collapsed in dramatic style
This week the List focuses on players who have the largest differences between their Ashes averages and career averages
15-Nov-2006•Travis Basevi and George Binoy
Kim's game of his life
When West Indies went to Australia in 1981 they had not lost in 15 Tests. Australia had just lost against Pakistan, albeit a dead rubber, by an innings. On an MCG pitch so lively it was deadly West Indies had Holding, Garner, Roberts and Croft. Australia
27-Oct-2006•Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi
'Is the microphone live?'
Dean Jones's recent on-air gaffe about Hashim Amla was not the first time a player or commentator has said something on-air they have instantly regretted, and nor will it be the last
Alderman doubts McGrath will make it through the Ashes
Terry Alderman has jumped on the ex-fast bowling wagon that thinks Glenn McGrath is past it and he worries for Australia's selectors as they prepare for life without him
Can of worms meets hornet's nest
A week dominated by Zimbabwe, Jerusalem and who was it that called Tony Blair a knob?
Alderman blasts South Africa's abilities
Terry Aldermann, the former Australian fast bowler, has questioned the ability of South Africa's cricketers after they succumbed to an innings defeat against Western Australia yesterday
Former players call Martyn a 'scapegoat'
Damien Martyn's Test-team dumping has disappointed the former Australia bowlers Terry Alderman and Wayne Clark
The Alderman incident
David Frith on the Perth Test of 1982-83 and the marketing of that summer's Ashes