result
1st Test, Brisbane, Nov 25 - 29 2010, England tour of Australia
260 & 517/1d
(26 ov, target 297)481 & 107/1
Match drawn
player of the match
Others
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Shockers to start
3ySteven Lynch
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The most shambolic Oz performance? Hardly
8yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
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Luck or strategy?
8yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
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A chess match, not a bullfight
10yPeter Roebuck
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Protecting poor Mitchell
10yAlan Tyers
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Why we need the Ashes to be competitive
10yRob Steen
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Doherty ready for high-stakes debut
10yPeter English in Brisbane
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England's best chance, but Australia seek redemption
10yAndrew Miller in Brisbane
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Ponting still won't put away the pull
10yPeter English in Brisbane
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Head-to-head: Strauss v Johnson a key contest
10yAndrew Miller in Brisbane
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Injury lay-off costs Bollinger his place
10yPeter English in Brisbane
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Roles reversed as Ashes battle arrives
10yThe Preview by Peter English in Brisbane
Day 5
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Strauss lauds Cook's 'special innings'
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Ponting unimpressed with technology
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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'The Gabbatoir' no more
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Records galore
10yS Rajesh
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Cooking the books
10yAndrew Miller and Peter English at the Gabba
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Cheer up Australia, there's always the North star
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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England break records in high-scoring draw
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Day 4
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'It was very satisfying' - Cook
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Strauss rises to the challenge
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Don't forget Adelaide 2006
10ySamuel Ferris
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Watson bemoans collective failure
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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Struggles continue for demoralised Johnson
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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Hobbs and Sutcliffe? No, it's Strauss and Cook
10yAndrew Miller and Peter English at the Gabba
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Strauss and Cook reignite contest
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Day 3
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We're prepared for a dogfight, insists Finn
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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England take the hard knocks
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Capes are back in fashion
10ySamuel Ferris
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Haddin's best
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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'I will struggle to sleep tonight' - Hussey
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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Ghastly spills and nasty spells
10yAndrew Miller and Peter English at the Gabba
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Hussey and Haddin put Australia in command
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Day 2
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Anderson leads attack into pivotal third day
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Second new ball will be 'really challenging' - Hussey
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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How Hussey got his groove back
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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Flower has cancerous growth removed
10yAndrew Miller in Brisbane
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Ponting booed, Clarke bounced
10yAndrew Miller and Peter English in Brisbane
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Resurgent Hussey gives Australia the edge
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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Lunch-time discussion
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Day 1
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Opening salvo sets the tone on dramatic first day
10yAndrew Miller at the Gabba
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Bell promises England fightback
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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'It's an amazing feeling' - Siddle
10yPeter English at the Gabba
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From a captain to a debutant, nerves all round
10yAndrew Miller and Peter English at the Gabba
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Siddle hat-trick gives Australia control
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
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Lunch-time discussion
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