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Fourth Ashes Test: All you need to know

Full preview of the clash at Trent Bridge, including broadcast and live streaming details

Aussie A side ready for success: Coulter-Nile

WA paceman Nathan Coulter-Nile discusses Australia A's prospects ahead of the triangular series with India A and South Africa A


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Aussies must tire England quicks: Healy

Test legend and Wide World of Sports commentator Ian Healy assesses Trent Bridge and the England attack ahead of the fourth Ashes Test in Nottingham


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Watson 'disappointed' but not done with

Australia allrounder Shane Watson has broken his silence after being dropped from the Ashes Test XI and discusses the circumstances, and his future


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Johnson revelling amidst England fan banter

Mitchell Johnson says mucking around with England fans has been fun but warns the opposition Michael Clarke is about to send a message


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Johnson nominates a retirement milestone

Mitchell Johnson refelects on taking his 300th wicket with a brute of a delivery and discusses the potential of joining DK Lillee on 355 wickets


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Census reveals cricket's increased diversity

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland discusses fantastic Cricket Census results that reflect the changing face of Australian society


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Behind the scenes with Boof Junior

Ethan Lehmann, son of Australia coach Darren Lehmann, goes behind the scenes for a special Ashes report and even interviews his old man


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Marsh in contention, fitness test for Wood

Australia trained at Trent Bridge on Monday excluding the resting Mitchell Johnson, while England gave quick Mark Wood a test on his ankle


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Golden oldies, Baggy Greens

This lucky group of cricketers are belatedly living out their boyhood dreams as part of Australia's Over 60s touring team to England


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Decision making let us down: Di Venuto

Australia's batting coach Michael di Venuto says his batsmen's decision making, not their technique, was to blame for their disappointing performance at Edgbaston.


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The significance of Anderson's absence

Numbers suggest paceman James Anderson is a huge loss for England ahead of the fourth Ashes Test in Nottingham


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The twists and turns of the 2015 Ashes

After three enthralling and unpredictable Test matches between England and Australia, just where will this incredible Ashes series take us next?