result
5th Test, The Oval, Sep 8 - 12 2005, Australia tour of England and Scotland
373 & 335
(target 342)367 & 4/0
Match drawn
Player Of The Match
158
kevin-pietersen
Player Of The Series
249 runs • 40 wkts
shane-warne
Others
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An immortal at The Oval
5ySimon Barnes
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When I ditched the Aussies for England
6yPhilip Brown
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Cue, a star
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Champs today, chumps tomorrow
7yEd Smith
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The Fantastic Four
8yMark Nicholas
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Batting to Ashes glory
12yLawrence Booth
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England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval
15yHugh Chevallier
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Roll credits
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Commemorative stamps for England
16yAFP
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The urn returns to Lord's
16yCricinfo staff
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'This time we've really done it'
16yAndrew Miller
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Party time in London
16yRoving Reporter by Andrew McGlashan at Trafalgar Square
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The moments that made the memories
16yAndrew Miller
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English fans claim gloating rights
16yAFP
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Fantashtic
16yMartin Williamson
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England's marks out of ten
16yAndrew Miller
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Tens of thousands fete England side
16yCricinfo staff
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Australia's marks out of ten
16yPeter English
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Warne unsure of playing future
16yAFP
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Pietersen the pulveriser
16yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
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Ponting: 'We were never as good as England'
16yCricinfo staff
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The urn has turned
16yAustralian View by Peter English
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Living the dream
16yThe Verdict by Andrew Miller
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Frayed nerves and chewed nails
16yRoving Reporter by Andrew Miller
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Hoggard warns there is work to be done
16yCricinfo staff
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Flintoff puts body and soul on the line
16yThe Verdict by Andrew Miller
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It's darkest before the dawn
16yAustralian View by Peter English
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Flintoff to the fore ... again
16yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
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Flintoff and gloom give England cheer
16yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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Rain ... it's what the fans want
16yAFP
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England count on the heavens
16yThe Verdict by Andrew McGlashan at The Oval
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Flintoff says Aussies hold slight advantage
16yCricinfo staff
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Hayden - The renaissance man
16yAustralian View by Peter English
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Langer's last-Test heroics
16yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
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That morning-after feeling
16yRoving Reporter by Andrew McGlashan
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An ominous precedent
16yAndrew Miller
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Hayden, Langer and rain dominate a stop-start day
16yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
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Scaling the heights and plumbing the depths
16yRoving Reporter by Andrew Miller
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Getting the opening act right
16yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
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Langer says he didn't take decision lightly
16yCricinfo staff
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The odd couple rediscover the magic
16yAustralian View by Peter English
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The elements balance the battle
16yThe Verdict by Andrew Miller
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Rain stalls Australia after century stand
16yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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England stumble as destiny looms
16yThe Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller
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The main men: Warne and Strauss
16yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
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Australia's one-man band
16yThe Australian view by Peter English
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Warne says Australia hold the edge
16yAFP
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Touts, flats and the Baggy Green Beach
16yRoving Reporter by Andrew Miller
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The Strauss and Warne show
16yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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Vaughan and Ponting ready for the showdown
16yAndrew McGlashan at The Oval