4.25pm: That's a wrap from Edgbaston, folks. We've had the most fast-forward Test of a helter-skelter series - will any of them get to the fifth day? You can read all about this one in Brydon's report and then hang around on the site for more of the good stuff, including a bumper bag of video treats, featuring Ricky Ponting and Jonathan Trott. For the second time in two years, Australia have had a swing and a miss in Birmingham. Hopefully we've hit the spot but, from myself, Vishal and Gnasher, it's thanks and goodbye. Join us again for the fourth Test next week. Cheerio!
4.10pm: Here go with the presentations, then, starting with the umpires, who were pretty solid all round. Now a word with Australia captain Michael Clarke: "Very hard to explain, I guess credit has to go to England, they came out and bowled really well on day one. I still would have batted first, the wicket's deteriorating, we wanted to get deep into day four, day five. It seemed and swung throughout the game, probably the best time to bat. [Concerns about batting?] The form at No. 4 certainly concerns me, we're playing with 10 players, so the captain needs to get off the plane. [Worried about game?] Not really, the work's there, for me it's about the preparation. Credit to England, they've got me out early. I think my record at five is obviously better than at four but I'll do what's best for the team. I think our tail did really well, Mitchell Starc batted well, I was proud of how the boys fought. I think around 180-200 would have given us a chance but England played well. You don't want to play against a weaker team, someone else gets a chance for England, I'm sure they'll do well. Our goal is to win the series, I still believe we can do that. We have to play well but it's pretty simple."
England captain Alastair Cook: "It's been a fantastic three days. Firstly thanks to everyone who's turned up, we spoke about the atmosphere before and the crowd was as loud as I can remember. I don't think the pitch was 140 all out but the way Jimmy bowled, backed up by Steve was fantastic. It's the sort of pitch we want to play on. For Steven to do what he's done after two years out... Sport has a way of testing you, for him to bowl as he has here, it's great reward. We couldn't have a happier dressing room for Finny, after all the work he's done. [Bell contribution?] Class is permanent and Ian Bell is a fantastic cricketer. He's had a tough few games, that happens when you play for a long period of time but Ian Bell is a class player. [Miss Anderson] This was an opportunity, at 1-1, to grab it and Trent Bridge will give someone else an opportunity. If the [win-loss] sequence carries on to nine I'll be very happy but it would be nice if we didn't do the same at Trent Bridge."
Steven Finn is named Man of the Match: "When I dreamed about it before the game I didn't think it would go like that. You have to trust the work you've done throughout the county season, then when you go out and try to get in the groove. I don't think I've celebrated a wicket like that first one but I just wanted to be out there. [Spell on second afternoon] That was as good as I've bowled in Test match cricket. I try to appreciate every moment I have in the England shirt and the round of applause when I went down to the boundary, the crowd have been brilliant all week. It teaches you to enjoy the highs more, to be here and help win a Test match for England is great. [Onwards and upwards?] Let's not speak too soon, I feel good with the ball in my hand, who knows what will happen at Trent Bridge. But I'm really happy and glad to be playing for England again."
3.55pm: For a moment there, it looked as if Bell and Root didn't want to miss out on tea. Anyway, they'll get a proper sit down and a tot of something a bit stiffer to drink after seeing England through what could have been a ticklish chase without any drama. Edgbaston rises to hymn another victory over Australia - the fortress in Brum is still standing and England have got their noses back in front in this see-saw series.
Ian Bell, the Warwickshire man, made sure he was there to finish things off: "Dressing room's full of enjoyment, we had a tough week at Lord's, Australia showed us how to bounce back and we've done that. The bowlers showed us the way on day one. I was determined to be there at the end - Geoff Boycott told me this morning how bad a shot mine was in the first innings. It's been a great week for us but there's a lot of hard work to come over the weeks to come. Being around friends and family, I've had great support here. I know how hard it's going to be, as it always is against Australia."
That result means England extend their yo-yo record to WLWLWLW. It was also a rare victory for the side batting second, at least over recent Ashes contests - though Edgbaston has a fickle reputation in that regard. Alongside Bell, Steven Finn and James Anderson were key in shaking up Australia after they had sauntered to that enormous victory at Lord's. Anderson won't be in the line-up at Trent Bridge, however, which should give Australia a lift as they attempt to level the series when the fourth Test begins on Thursday. They don't, of course, have to win the series to retain the urn.
Anyway, we've had an early finish here, comfortably inside three days, so why not utilise the time to send in questions for Geoffrey Boycott here or by tweeting them with #BowlatBoycs?
Hello everyone, I've returned to cut the cake...
And Alan will take you through England's winning moments. Scores level
Just two more to go
Long-on comes in
Samrat Ahuja: "How the tide changes! Bell came into this match to protect his career, and ends up enhancing his reputation by taking the bull by the horn! "
"When was the last time England's top 4 batsmen had 4 character names?" Astute observation, Ben. Maybe a question for Steven or Zaltzman. Here's Mitchell Marsh for the first time in the innings