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Australia slump to 2-1 series deficit



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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

Michael Clarke drops Ian Bell in the slips

Australia captain Michael Clarke puts down a chance in the slips on the third day at Edgbaston with England needing 121 runs to win (restrictions apply)


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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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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)


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Highlights: Starc brings up fifty with a six

Australia fast bolwer Mitchell Starc succeeded where some batsmen failed and made a fifty in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on day three (Australia only)


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Highlights: Nevill's first-ever Test fifty

Australian wicketkeeper Peter Nevill made a fighting fifty with his team's back up against the wall in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston (Australia only)


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How Australia can still win the game

Legendary 'keeper and Wide World of Sports commentator Ian Healy is taking the glass half full approach when it comes to day three


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Warne slams Hawk-Eye accuracy

Aussie spin king Shane Warne has a bone to pick with Hawk-Eye as Nathan Lyon does his best to weave a web around England's batsmen (restrictions apply)


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Healy refuses to give up hope

Former Australia wicketkeeper Ian Healy hasn't given up hope of an unlikely win to Michael Clarke's side after a dramatic day two at Edgbaston


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Australia dodge heavy two-day defeat

Steven Finn collected five wickets as England found themselves on the brink of a crushing third Ashes Test victory after just two days


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James Anderson leaves the field with side injury

England's pace spearhead has been forced from the field with a suspected side injury late on day two of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston


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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