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McGrath's inside story on famous Edgbaston ankle injury

Australia's fast-bowling great Glenn McGrath takes us through the crucial moments around his ankle injury before play at the famous 2005 Edgbaston Ashes Test

Decision making let us down: Di Venuto

Australia's batting coach Michael di Venuto says his batsmen's decision making, not their technique, was to blame for their disappointing performance at Edgbaston.


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The significance of Anderson's absence

Numbers suggest paceman James Anderson is a huge loss for England ahead of the fourth Ashes Test in Nottingham


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The twists and turns of the 2015 Ashes

After three enthralling and unpredictable Test matches between England and Australia, just where will this incredible Ashes series take us next?


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Pakistan seal series in thriller

Shahid Afridi among the stars as Pakistan complete the Test, ODI and T20 trifecta over Sri Lanka


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Warne and Healy on what must change

Wide World of Sport commentators Shane Warne and Ian Healy review Australia's heavy defeat at Edgbaston and look ahead to Trent Bridge this week


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Sandhu spins Australia A to victory

The off-spin of NSW paceman Gurinder Sandhu has guided Australia A to an impressive 10-wicket win on the fourth morning of their match against India A in Chennai


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'The hardest decision I've had to make'

Darren Lehmann speaks about the decision to drop Brad Haddin from Australia's Test side and reflects on the eight-wicket defeat in the third Test at Edgbaston


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Challenge is to do it two games in a row: Bayliss

England's Australian coach Trevor Bayliss speaks to the press after his team's thumping third Test win on day three at Edgbaston


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Johnson's long-ball antics

Mitchell Johnson continued his love-hate relationship with the England crowds on the third day at Edgbaston as the left-armer tried every trick in the book to take a wicket (restrictions apply)


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O'Keefe spin keeps Aus A in box seat

Left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe took three wickets, including the prize scalp of Virat Kohli, to put Australia A on top after day three of their match against India A in Chennai


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Root, Bell ring in crushing Ashes victory

England have taken a 2-1 Ashes series lead with Ian Bell and Joe Root seeing England to victory with a session to play on day three at Edgbaston


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Australia's good, bad and ugly from day three

It wasn't all bad news for Australia on day three at Edgbaston, but the tourists definitely have plenty to think about ahead of Trent Bridge