Memories of Lord's
Mark Ramprakash tells us why the home of cricket is so special
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4th Test - Melbourne - Day 1 morning Four wickets for England sees Andrew Strauss' decision to field first pay off
3rd Test - Perth - Day 4 morning England lost their final five wickets in less than an hour as they were bowled out for 123
3rd Test - Perth - Day 3 evening England look set for defeat after losing 5 wickets in the final session, still 310 runs short of their record target at the close of day 3.
3rd Test - Perth - Day 3 afternoon 4 wickets after lunch give England hope but a Mike Hussey hundred helps Australia to 297-8
3rd Test - Perth - Day 3 morning Just the one wicket for England before lunch on day 3 in Perth as Australia stretch their lead to 292
3rd Test - Perth - Day 2 evening England take three wickets after tea but finish the 2nd day in Perth 200 runs behind Australia
3rd Test - Perth - Day 2 afternoon. Australia finish with a first innings lead of 81 as they bowl England out for 187 by tea
3rd Test - Perth - Day 2 morning. A superb spell of swing bowling by Mitchell Johnson leads an Australian figthback, with England 119-5 at lunch.
3rd Test - Perth - Day 1 afternoon England continue to bowl well, however Hussey and Haddin battle to earn Australia much needed runs in the Afternoon Session.
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 5 morning England wrap up victory by an innings and 71 runs as they take the six remaining Australian wickets in the first session of the final day
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 4 evening England needed wickets, but found Hussey and Clarke in fine form.
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 3 evening England lead by 306 runs going into day four, which will resume half an hour earlier to make up for time lost.
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 3 afternoon England took for control of day three with some impressive batting from Kevin Pietersen leading the way.
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 3 morning England started the day 72 runs ahead and looked to build on a strong start
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 2 evening England completed another day of dominance in Adelaide as they built a lead of 72 runs with 8 wickets still standing - another century from Alastair Cook helping them reach 317-2
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