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2005 should be left behind us Andrew Flintoff says England need to create some new history in npower Ashes Series 2009
Miller names Ashes squad Geoff Miller talks Panesar, Flintoff, Harmison and Onions after naming squad
Bell alarmed by Lee Ian Bell says England need to be wary of Brett Lee when the Ashes begins in Cardiff
Roll on Cardiff Alastair Cook says England just can't wait to get started in first npower Ashes Test
A good workout Ravi Bopara says England have gained from their week at Edgbaston ahead of the first npower Test in Cardiff
Out to be Mr Consistency Matt Prior says he aims to churn out consistent Ashes runs this summer, wherever he bats in the line-up
Monty wants part in victory Monty Panesar wants to play his part in England's spin attack against Australia and help drive his side to Ashes victory
Five-star Anderson England paceman Jimmy Anderson spoke to ECBtv after bagging five wickets to help dismiss Warwickshire cheaply on day two at Edgbaston in their pre-Ashes warm-up game
Dress rehearsal over Phillip Hughes loved his stint at Middlesex but now it's time for the real thing
Cook mauls Bears Alastair Cook hit a ton as England continued their npower Ashes build-up on day one v Warwickshire
Edgbaston game important Ravi Bopara says England need the group workout of the match v Warwickshire ahead of the first npower Ashes Series Test v Australia in Cardiff
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.
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