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Australia slump to 2-1 series deficit



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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


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Nevill and Starc set England tricky total

Half-centuries to Peter Nevill and Mitchell Starc saw Australia to 265 and a lead of 120, as England hunt a big third Ashes Test victory


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Siddle's chances and Anderson's 'grunter'

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Extended Highlights: England goes 2-1 up

Australia have suffered an eight-wicket loss in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, with Steven Finn winning man of the match (Australia only)


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Clarke discusses his form slump

Australian captain Michael Clarke had plenty of questions fired his way after he led his side was thrashed at Edgbaston and he didn't make runs


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Players showed character and skill: Cook

England captain Alastair Cook says his players showed real character and skill to win the third Test after their humbling loss at Lord's


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England fans react to winning runs

England needed to chase down 121 to beat Australia on day three, and didn't the fans love it when they reached the target to take a 2-1 series lead (Australia only)


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Highlights: Bell makes Australia pay

Ian Bell was dropped by Michael Clarke early on and went on to make an undefeated half century as England rolled Australia at Edgbaston (Australia only)


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The Bowlologist puzzles England fans

Damien 'The Bowlologist' Fleming enters enemy territory to ask colourful England fans how much Australia will win the third Test at Edgbaston by


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Replay: Watch all 10 Australian wickets

Steven Finn was the chief destroyer for England with six wickets as Australia offered meek resistance in the second innings at Edgbaston (Australia only)