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England beware Sussex opener Chris Nash gives his verdict on the Australia side after the draw in Hove
Prepared for anything Mike Hussey is ready for the Ashes despite admitting he is unsure what to expect
Nielsen pleased with progress Australia coach Tim Nielsen was happy to see his bowlers get a decent workout on day two
Ashes is the pinnacle Tim Neilsen says playing in an Ashes series is the ultimate for any Australian cricketer
A dream come true Marcus North will realise a boyhood dream when he takes part in this summer's Ashes
Day 5, 2nd npower Test Riverside England win the 2nd test by an innings and 83 runs, as they bowl the West Indies out 3 overs after lunch on day 5. The also re-claim the Wisden Trophy with a 2-0 series win.
Day 4, 2nd npower Test Riverside England make the West Indies follow on as Sarwan makes a hundred and Anderson picks up 5 wickets. Gayle then entertains the crowd in Twenty20 style as he makes a fifty off just 39 balls.
Day 3, 2nd npower Test Riverside England strengthened their grip on the second Test after the West Indies closed day three 475 behind on 94-3.
Day 1, 2nd npower Test Riverside Alistair Cook and Ravi Bopara lead the attack for England as they both record centuries and England reach 302-2 at close of play.
Day 3, 1st npower Test Lord's England win the 1st test match by 10 wickets, as the West Indies are bowled out for 256.
Day 2, 1st npower Test Lord's West Indies are made to follow on in the 1st Test at Lord's, after being bowled out for 152. Graham Onions takes 5 wickets on debut.
Day 1, 1st npower Test Lord's England reach 289-7 at close of Day One in first Test at Lord's. Ravi Bopara unbeaten on 118 n.o
Bopara is England's hero Ravi cracks superb hundred batting at number three, and holds innings together
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