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23 Nov 13
Highlights from Michael Clarke's half-century on day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
David Warner scored his fourth Test ton, and his first against England, on day three of the first Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Gabba.
After losing a couple of early wickets on day three, Michael Clarke and David Warner have steadied the Aussie innings on the morning of day three.
David Warner brings up his half-century against England on the morning of day three at the Gabba.
Chris Tremlett picked up the key wicket of Shane Watson, caught Broad, early on day three at the Gabba.
Chris Rogers was caught at point by Michael Carberry early on day three at the Gabba. Broad collected his 7th wicket of the match.
22 Nov 13
Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon rip through England as Warner and Rogers consolidate
Peter Siddle dismisses the dangerous Broad, ending the England innings on 136.
Ryan Harris picks up his third wicket with a good short ball into Tremlett's ribs.
Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon have ripped England's middle order to shreds, the tourists losing 6-9 before tea.
Steve Smith takes his third catch and Johnson his third wicket, as Root departs for 2.
Nathan Lyon grabs his second wicket in as many balls, removing Prior for a golden duck.
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