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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
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 2 morning England recover from the third ball dismissal of Andrew Strauss to reach lunch on 90-1
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 2 afternoon Another record stand between Cook and Trott as England reached tea just 47 behind
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 1 afternoon England remain on top on day one in Adelaide after another 2 wickets before tea, as Australia again rely on Mike Hussey for runs.
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 1 evening An excellent day for England as they wrap up the Australian innings for 245
2nd Test - Adelaide - Day 1 morning A stunning start to the second Test for England but Australia fight back before lunch.
1st Test - Brisbane - Day 5 evening The first Test ends in a draw as a Ricky Ponting 50 ensures there is no late drama in Brisbane
1st Test - Brisbane - Day 5 afternoon England declare with a lead of 296 and take the wicket of Simon Katich as Australia continue to struggle.
1st Test - Brisbane - Day 5 morning Records tumble as England rack up the runs - a double century from Cook and a hundred from Trott gives them a lead of 218
1st Test - Brisbane - Day 4 evening Another wicketless session saw England complete their day of dominance - Alastair Cook scoring an unbeaten century as they closed on 309-1, a lead of 88
1st Test - Brisbane - Day 4 morning England made an excellent start to day four at the Gabba as Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook built a record opening stand in Brisbane
1st Test - Brisbane - Day 4 afternoon Another impressive session for England saw them take a 17-run lead at tea on 238 for one, despite losing captain Andrew Strauss soon after his century.
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