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Chris Rogers gets a thin edge through to the keeper, departing for 72.
James Anderson hangs on to a difficult caught and bowled chance to remove Shane Watson for 51.
Shane Watson has continued to frustrate the English bowlers on day one, bringing up his half-century off 109 balls.
Chris Rogers has brought up his first Test half-century in Australia, coming off 135 balls with eight boundaries.
Chris Rogers survives a close LBW referral off the bowling of Monty Panesar.
Patchy rain and the departure of David Warner are the only blemishes on Australia's morning, after Michael Clarke won the toss and chose to bat in Adelaide.
South Australian Premier, Jay Weatherill, opens the new Riverbank Stand at the Adelaide Oval before the start of the second Ashes Test.
Joe Ashton speaks to Kylie Clarke early on day one in Adelaide.
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Andrew "Rambo" Ramsey takes a look at the form the England players carry into the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
Cricket Australia's National Selection Panel has placed Doug Bollinger and Nathan Coulter-Nile on stand-by for the Perth Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test.
Fans are now able to listen to audio commentary of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes series wherever they are in the world.
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13DSmith Day 1 of the Adelaide Test last year was the best days play I've ever seen live! Wish I was in Adelaide now & going tomorrow! #uniteAus
England captain Alastair Cook claims that any batsman who claims to have remained immune from the on-field barbs hurled by opponents is not telling the truth.
Michael Clarke has brazenly dared England to play two spinners in the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test as Australia aims to carry the mental edge gained in Brisbane into tomorrow's match in Adelaide.
Less than 24 hours out from the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test, three former protagonists are predicting an all-out Australian assault at the Adelaide Oval.
England are yet to name a side for Thursday's second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test but skipper Alastair Cook says a recall for spinner Monty Panesar is definitely under consideration.
The second Test in Adelaide in 2006 set the scene for one of the most incredible Australian victories in Ashes history. With a draw looking almost certain on the final day, Shane Warne led the Aussies to a remarkable win.
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In 2006, after earlier posting 6-551 (dec), England lose 9-60 in their second innings, leaving Australia 168 runs for victory on the final day. Veteran Mike Hussey hits the winning runs for a memorable win
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