result
5th Test, Sydney, Jan 2 - 7 2011, England tour of Australia
(84.4 ov)280 & 281
England won by an innings and 83 runs
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Trent Bridge to Kolkata: Anderson's six of the best
5yDavid Hopps
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Oz lost? Sez who?
8yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
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The Cook, the Cheat, His Life and Their Umpire
8yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
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A new motto for Australia
8yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
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A man worth more than numbers
10yAndrew Miller
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Ashes in the bag, but series still at stake
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Clarke still in Ponting's shadow
10yPeter English in Sydney
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Clarke needs runs to be long-term leader - Strauss
10yAndrew Miller
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Tight-knit unit eases Strauss's job
10yAndrew Miller in Sydney
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Khawaja relaxed ahead of big day
10yPeter English in Sydney
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Hussey expects aggression from Clarke
10yPeter English
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First-timer Beer prepares for SCG debut
10yPeter English
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McGrath not interested in official bowling coach role
10yPeter English
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Melbourne hangover sorted out - Swann
10yPeter English
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Haddin backs Clarke as captain
10yPeter English
Day 5
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Meticulous Flower helps England bloom
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Clarke wants Australia to learn from England
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Unstoppable England create their own history
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Australia in crisis, but also in denial
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Cook's shining example
10yAndrew McGlashan at the SCG
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England complete crushing Ashes victory
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at the SCG
Day 4
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Into cricketing heaven
10yAlistair Kilburn
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'The perfect moment for me to go' - Collingwood
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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'We've let ourselves down' - Watson
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Awful Australia sink to new depths
10yPeter English at the SCG
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No-balling and no calling
10yPeter English and Andrew Miller at the SCG
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England on the brink of series glory
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at the SCG
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Collingwood retires from Test cricket
10yESPNcricinfo staff
Day 3
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Bell finally ends quest for Ashes ton
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Another epic from conquering Cook
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Clarke defends Hughes over claimed catch
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Hosts slide towards series defeat
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Hot pink and Hot Spot
10yPeter English and Andrew Miller at the SCG
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Cook and Bell build commanding lead
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at the SCG
Day 2
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No highs for Beer
10yAndrew Pelechaty
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No-balls hurt Australia
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Uncommonly tight contest looms
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Johnson's confidence sounds a warning
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Brawny batting, coy captaincy
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Celebrity death match and tailend fun
10yPeter English and Andrew Miller at the SCG
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England hold the edge despite Johnson's efforts
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at the SCG
Day 1
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Collingwood contemplates Test future
10yESPNcricinfo staff
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Composed Khawaja conquers debut nerves
10yPeter English at the SCG
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Disciplined England land the early blows
10yAndrew Miller at the SCG
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Bright debut and the captain's curse
10yAndrew Miller and Peter English at the SCG
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England chip away on rain-hit day
10yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at the SCG