result
1st Test, Nottingham, Jul 10 - 14 2013, Australia tour of England and Scotland
215 & 375
(target 311)280 & 296
England won by 14 runs
Player Of The Match
5/85 & 5/73
james-anderson
Day 5
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Broad shoulder was major worry
8yGeorge Dobell
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Flower proud of England's nerve
8yGeorge Dobell
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England lean on Anderson again
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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World changes for Ashton and Australia
8yMark Nicholas at Trent Bridge
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Haddin epitomises Australia fight
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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It was Jimmy who done it
8yJarrod Kimber at Trent Bridge
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England not dependent on Anderson - Cook
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Australia have proved credibility - Clarke
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Inspired Anderson puts England 1-0 up
8yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 4
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Edgbaston 2005 redux?
8yCraig Nicholson
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Hundred was Ashes best - Bell
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Clarke draws line under Broad debate
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Australia lose openers' thread
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Roared on and roared off
8yMark Nicholas at Trent Bridge
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An English plan made in Australia
8yJarrod Kimber
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Starc begins with a car crash
8yGeorge Dobell and Dan Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Can you review Hawk-Eye?
8yNikita Bastian
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Late wickets lift England in victory pursuit
8yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 3
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Anderson's Ashes best and tenth-wicket resistance
8yShiva Jayaraman
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Wrong place, wrong time, wrong call
8yDavid Hopps
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Sins of omission are no sins at all
8yBrydon Coverdale
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No. 13 already lucky for Agar
8yJarrod Kimber
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Bell stands tall when England need him
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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A fate Australia did not deserve
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Australia bite tongues over Broad decision
8yDaniel Brettig and George Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Test slows down, but remains exhausting
8yTanya Aldred at Trent Bridge
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Trent Bridge chases, and teenage spinners
8yS Rajesh
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Broad's edge
8yGeorge Dobell
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Bell and Broad take control as controversy erupts
8yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 2
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'Broady pitch it up for god's sake'
8yJack Vittles
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Agar joins Waugh in Ashes pantheon
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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England freeze when faced by the unknown
8yGeorge Dobell
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Mega Ashes keeps throwing up surprises
8yJarrod Kimber at Trent Bridge
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A new high for No. 11
8yShiva Jayaraman and S Rajesh
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Hughes comes of age
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Agar lives a life-changing dream
8yTanya Aldred at Trent Bridge
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England seek clarity over Trott dismissal
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Hot Spot under the spotlight
8yGeorge Dobell, Dan Brettig and Jarrod Kimber
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Agar's world records create extraordinary day
8yThe Report by David Hopps
Day 1
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Clear as Broad daylight
8yNitin Sundar
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'Declare Pup, make a game of it'
8yJack Vittles
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A portent of a possibly brutish Ashes
8yESPNcricinfo staff
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England turn up bearing gifts
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Siddle flicks switch to light way
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Broad, Watson injury doubts
8yGeorge Dobell and Dan Brettig at Trent Bridge
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Batsmen reveal Australia's pain
8yJarrod Kimber
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No surprises from Siddle
8yMark Nicholas at Trent Bridge
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Siddle and Anderson find their bunnies
8yS Rajesh
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Wide, but not <i>that</i> wide
8yGeorge Dobell and Jarrod Kimber at Trent Bridge
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Selectors beguiled by a natural
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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England hit back as 14 wickets crash
8yThe Report by David Hopps
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Teenage Ashton Agar handed shock debut
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
Others
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Seven ways to stay alive
4yNigel Henderson
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The heroic beauty of the last-wicket stand
5yNicholas Hogg
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The Agar error
5yMichael Hussey
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Trent Bridge to Kolkata: Anderson's six of the best
6yDavid Hopps
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Capturing Agar
8yPhilip Brown
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When the Ashes start to go downhill
8yAndrew Hughes
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Unassuming Bell begins to growl
8yRob Steen
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In the dead of the antipodean night
8yPaul Ford
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It's the humans, silly
8yJon Hotten
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A Test that enveloped the soul
8yAndy Zaltzman
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How to improve the DRS immeasurably
8ySidin Vadukut
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How about demanding honesty from the players?
8ySambit Bal
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The DRS is not the solution, it's part of the problem
8yAdam Gilchrist
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Gillespie's grief sobers Australia
8yDaniel Brettig
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Lehmann puts batsmen on notice
8yDaniel Brettig
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Don't blame the DRS
8yMichael Jeh
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Finn must fly
8yRob Smyth
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Leave the DRS to the umpires
8yIan Chappell
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'An appalling piece of umpiring'
8yESPNcricinfo staff
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Is there a different moral code for batsmen?
8yMichael Jeh
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Old-school Hughes shows new skills
8yESPNcricinfo staff
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For the love of Vicious
8yMatt Cleary
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Two Ashes series or one?
8yDaniel Brettig at Trent Bridge
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We can handle being favourites - Cook
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Swann and Anderson can expose Australia's cracks
8yGeorge Dobell at Trent Bridge
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Ashes can make heroes and history
8yPreview by David Hopps