Right'oh, we're tuckered out in the cricinfo bunker, so it's time to bid you all farewell until Thursday week. England are 2-0 up in the Ashes for first time since 1986-87 and have now won four Tests in a row against Australia for the first time since 1928. If you can't stomach an evening without ball-by-ball, Pakistan are about to set off in pursuit of West Indies 261 for 7 in St Lucia (but don't feel like you have to) - apologies if you're having problems accessing other areas of the site, too, as we've had a few technical difficulties. From Gnasher, Brydon, Alex and myself, cheerio for now.
7pm: Australia captain, Michael Clarke: "Certainly not the performance we were after, we've got some time to make amends and we've got to work hard in the nets and prepare for Manchester. We have to win the last three Tests now. Of course it is [possible to win all three], we have to improve, but it would be silly to say we will. Credit to England, they played very well and deserved to win. The first innings let us down, to make 130 you're going to find yourselves in a very hard position against a good team. We're putting extra pressure on our bowlers. Our top seven has a lot of experience and we haven't performed as we'd like. When we lose one wicket, we're losing several. If we can make some runs [against Sussex] and take that momentum into the third Test I'm sure that will help us."
England captain, Alastair Cook: "All the boys were keen [to finish it today]. A bit of hard work and the chances came. We've had to scrap hard, being 30 for 3 in both innings, Belly's hundred and Root's hundred came after working hard at the beginning. When it is dry, we've got a world-class spinner in Swanny and the bowlers can reverse it - we're pretty confident in all English conditions. We all know what a great player [Root] is and it's fantastic that he's shown that at the top of the order. [KP] is just a strain but we want to take care of it and not do any further damage."
Joe Root is named Man of the Match: "I've loved every minute of it, great to get a win. There's a bit of tape [on the honours board], I'd like to see [my name] up there properly. I'd say this one [is better than maiden Test century], it's great to get a hundred in the Ashes. It's nice to contribute [with the ball too], you get an opportunity and you want to take it and it's nice to help the side as much as you can. Every time you go out to bat is an opportunity to contribute, I tried to get through it early on and have a bit of fun later."
6.45pm: Pattinson and Harris extended the innings by 43 - that's 295 for Australia's last wicket in the series now - but, after pushing their food around the plate with a fork for what seemed like an eternity, England have gobbled up this Test. The end may have come with a bit of a whimper but, make no mistake, this is a crushing defeat; by the margin of runs in the fourth innings, it is Australia's third heaviest. When Darren Lehmann said he wanted his players to have fun, this wasn't what he meant. Plans will have to be redrawn for Old Trafford, starting in a three-day game against Sussex, but there's a danger that the psychological effects will wreath themselves around each of the last three Tests. England only need to draw one of them to retain the Ashes but they will be looking at a straight knockout - not in a bar at 2am but with the eyes of the cricket world watching. You'll find David Hopps' more august appraisal on the site shortly and I'll bring the presentations in a mo...
One more over left for England to get the job done inside four days...
Andy Coan raises a legitimate point (though the forecast is by no means terrible): "Perhaps a more likely draw twist is that the weather breaks a day early tomorrow and a huge thunderstorm downpour washes out the day."
Graeme Swann hoves back into view, as Alastair Cook plays his last card for the evening... Slip, gully, silly point and short leg in