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CATV goes deep into enemy territory to chat with members of the Barmy Army at Adelaide Oval.
Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin speaks after his century on day two at Adelaide
Australia has England on the ropes after day two with centuries to Clarke and Haddin and an early breakthrough for Johnson proving decisive.
Watch the reaction from those involved on another great day of cricket at the Adelaide Oval.
Mitch Johnson straightens a full ball down off-stump, beating Alastair Cook all ends up.
Ryan Harris shows there's plenty of runs in the Aussie tail, notching his second test half-century from 53 balls.
Short square boundaries and a flat pitch have contributed to Australia breaking the record for most sixes in an Ashes innings.
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Former New Zealand cricketer Daryl Tuffey is seeking legal advice after expressing shock at being linked to a probe into match fixing.
Australia reckon Michael Clarke is the key, while England believe their two spinners are.
fabienclark @CricketAus @MitchJohnson398 mustaches win matches!!!
The momentum that Australia generated at the start of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes series stalled in the face of some self-destructive batting, dogged English bowling and a slow Adelaide pitch on the opening day of the second Test.
Such was the inconclusive nature of day one in Adelaide, both Ashes rivals claim to hold the upper hand although it was England’s faltering fingers that may yet prove pivotal to the result.
The return of Monty Panesar to the England team in Adelaide, bowling in tandem with Graeme Swann, was a welcome sight for any England fan.
With an Ashes Test debut in the offing, you might think Nathan Coulter-Nile is watching proceedings in Adelaide with a sense of nervous anxiety.
One ball is all it takes to announce yourself as a champion cricketer. On June 4, 1993, Shane Warne launched his career with what has since been dubbed “the ball of the century”.
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CricketAus RT @wwos9: LIVE | ENG 1/35 | Johnson would have had Carberry if Australia reviewed! What a twist on the last ball of the day! #Ashes #WWOS
CricketAus Root (9) and Carberry (20) survive through to stumps with England 1-35. @MitchJohnson398 has the wicket. Scorecard: http://t.co/uA7sKC126G
In 1988, crowd favourite & man-of-the-match Merv Hughes takes 13 wickets (5-130 & 8-87) against the almighty West Indies at the WACA, but it isn't enough, as Australia lose by 169 runs
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