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Australia’s captain Steve Smith celebrates with team mates after taking a catch to dismiss England’s captain Joe Root during the fourth day of the third Ashes cricket test match. Photograph: Reuters

A tempestuous Sunday in Perth ended with England on the brink of surrendering the Ashes. A fierce, winter wind blew all day, which had players digging(...)

Joe Root has denied there is a rift between James Anderson and the England coaches. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty

Joe Root moved to quell suggestions of a rift between Jimmy Anderson and the coaching staff on the eve of his side’s crucial third Test with Australia(...)

Joe Root and Steve Smith after Australia’s second Test win in Adelaide. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty

1) England’s failure to seize key moments proves critical England have not been pulverised as they were in 2013-14. Theirs is a different kind of pai(...)

 Australia’s captain Steve Smith reacts during the fourth day of the second Ashes Test. Photograph: David Gray/Inpho

The twilight zone. Though 24 hours later than many expected, England got their moment under lights on the fourth evening in Adelaide and through Joe (...)

James Anderson took five wickets as England bowled Australia out for 138 in Adelaide. Photograph: William West/AFP

Jimmy Anderson does his best work after midnight. Australian time. For cricket fans in this country, the presence of the world’s most productive seam (...)

The sun sets over the Adelaide Oval on day four of the second Ashes Test. Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Australia 442-8dec and 138 all out; England 227 all out and 176-4 After England’s traumas of the first two and half days it was remarkable that as th(...)

 Joe Root and James Anderson with their England teammates during day three of the second Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes series. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Jimmy Anderson admitted to there being “some pretty frustrated players” in the England dressing room after a collapse with the bat on the third day in(...)

Security guards wearing plastic raincoats stand on the field as rain falls during the second day of the second Ashes cricket test match. David Gray /Reuters

After almost two days of sedate torment for England in the field, the match came alive for 45 minutes of technicolour cricket as darkness descended. (...)

Moeen Ali is stumped by Tim Paine during day four of the opening Test. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty

Shoddyline? Wobblyline? Amid a frenetic fourth afternoon at the Gabba that saw the hopes the suncream-slathered travelling support rise, before eventu(...)

England’s Joe Root bowls to Shaun Marsh during day two of the Ashes Test match at The Gabba, Brisbane. Photo: Jason O’Brien/PA Wire

Joe Root may never be able to sport a beard as thick as the one that led to Mike Brearley being dubbed the Ayatollah during the 1978-79 Ashes but when(...)

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