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Australia crashes to 128 all out, England on 31-3

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LONDON: England off-spinner Graeme Swann dominated a bizarre second day of the second Ashes test with 5-44 as Australia was bundled out for just 128 at Lord's on Friday.
Ashes upates: England vs Aust

Ashes: Australia suffers despite Siddle treble

London: Graeme Swann bowled England into a commanding position on the second day of the second Ashes Test against Australia at Lord's on Friday.
The off-spinner took five wickets for 44 runs in 21.3

Australia now closed to boatpeople: PM

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd Friday announced that no more boatpeople will be resettled in Australia as refugees, with all unauthorised arrivals to be sent to poverty-stricken Papua New Guinea (PNG).

I could have played for England, says Aussie star Harris


LONDON: Australia pace bowler Ryan Harris tormented England on the first day of the second Test at Lord's and then revealed he could have been an Ashes hero for the hosts.       Harris ripped the hea

Ashes upates: England vs Australia second Test

England has won the toss and chosen to bat first.
England team: AN Cook*, JE Root, IJL Trott, KP Pietersen, IR Bell, JM Bairstow, MJ Prior†, TT Bresnan, SCJ Broad, GP Swann, JM AndersonAustralia team

England unchanged for second Ashes Test

LONDON, Greater London: England on Monday named an unchanged squad to face Australia in the second Ashes Test, starting at Lord's later this week.       The home side got off to the best possible sta

Avoid DRS, give more power to third umpire


England won the first Ashes Test, which swung like a pendulum till the time English bowler James Anderson sent Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin packing in what can be called a controversial decisi

Rogers holds firm as Aussies lose Watson and Cowan

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Nottingham: Australia's Chris Rogers scored his maiden Test fifty before the see-saw Ashes opener against England took yet another twist on the fourth day at Trent Bridge on Saturday.
To what turned

Broad, England and the spirit of cricket


Agar to Broad: Short and pitched wide, comes back into the left-hander and Broad trying to work it against the spin gets a thick outside edge and Michael Clarke at slips makes no mistake. Exactly the

Australia wakes up to a new hero: Amazing Agar


Brisbane: The name "Agar" was trending on Twitter. Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan admitted even he was cheering for an Aussie.
And one respected India-based commentator said it helped

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