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Smith reveals mid-pitch chat

Australia's superstar No.3 batsman reveals he made a rare statement to opener during their match-winning partnership

Improved Australia strike, before England dig in

A pair of brilliant short balls got Australia off to the perfect start on day two, before Stuart Broad and Moeen Ali guided England to lunch


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Third Test hangs in the balance at tea

Australia bowled England out after lunch on day two, but a pair of wickets has the home side on top heading to the tea break in Edgbaston


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Johnson joins 300 club with classic short ball

Mitchell Johnson has become just the fifth Australian to take 300 Test wickets, with a cracking delivery sending Jonny Bairstow on his way early on day two


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Steyn joins all-time greats with 400th scalp

South African speedster Dale Steyn has become just the 13th player to take 400 Test wickets on day one of the second Test against Bangladesh


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Highlights: Warner races to half century

Australia's aggressive opener David Warner reached his half century off just 35 balls at Edgbaston on day two of the third Ashes Test (Australia only)


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Preview: How Australia can bounce back

Mark Taylor previews day two and explains how Australia can get back into the match, which you can watch on GEM from 7:30pm AEST


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Voges catch among the short-leg greats

Adam Voges caught Alastair Cook without looking to join the lexicon of fantastic close catches in cricket (restrictions apply)


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McGrath's inside story of Edgbaston 2005

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 (restrictions apply)


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McGrath and Fleming discuss Edgbaston opener

FBC TV is back as Glenn McGrath and Damien Fleming chew the fat over the toss, Clarke's form, Nevill's selection the pitch and why Adam Voges deserves more credit for that catch (restrictions apply)


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Day one goes to England after collapse

James Anderson snared six wickets to help bowl Australia out for 136, with England's batsmen moving to within three runs of the total by stumps


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Adam Voges takes catch without looking

Alastair Cook was looking good on 34 when he struck a pull shot into Adam Voges at short leg, and he somehow took this stunning catch


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Anderson rips through Australia at Edgbaston

A middle-order collapse of 4-17 has seen Australia bowled out for 136 in their first innings of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston