4th Ashes Test, Melbourne, Day 4 afternoon
Australia have taken a 4-0 series lead, beating England by 8 wickets at the MCG
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Oxford Street special TwelfthMantv catches up with Ravi Bopara and the England players at a special event at the flagship adidas store in London's West End
There is more to come England might have won everything but Charlotte Edwards is greedy for more glory
Draw in right spirit ECB's Hugh Morris dismisses timewasting charges after thrilling Cardiff finale that saw England draw the first npower Ashes Series Test with Australia
Day 5 1st npower Test Cardiff On Day Five, Australia and England produce a fascinating day of Test Match Cricket.
Day 4,1st npower Test Cardiff On Day Four, Australia record their highest Ashes Test score since 1930. Declaring on 674-6. England 20-2 in 2nd innings.
Day 3,1st npower Test Cardiff On Day Three of the 1st Test Australia take the lead after making 479-5, Ricky Ponting top scoring with 150.
Advantage England Katherine Brunt told ECBtv that England will be the happier after day one in Worcester
Day 2,1st npower Test Cardiff On Day Two of the 1st Test England reach 435, before a fightback from Australia leaves them 249-1 at stumps.
Day 1,1st npower Test Cardiff England make a solid start on Day One of the First Ashes Test in Cardiff, finishing on 336-7.
Celebs back England Stephen Fry, Gary Lineker, Piers Morgan, Boris Johnson and more celebrities give their support to England ahead of the npower Ashes Series
TwelfthMan's 10 greatest moments from 2005 Harmison's slower ball, Pietersen's century at the Brit Oval, plus many more - watch them all here and get fired up for the Aussies
TwelfthMan's nightmares Some good moments for Australia from 2005 - we thought we better show some but hopefully not many in 2009!!
TwelfthMan's top 5 sixes Big hits galore from 2005 - Pietersen, Flintoff and 3 other of the biggest hits
TwelfthMan's top 5 catches Can you believe how Strauss help onto that ball - watch this and four other top catches from 2005
Ashes win thrilled me Stuart Broad tells ECBtv that the 2005 Ashes excitement was a big spur for his career
Thriving on seniority James Anderson tells ECBtv he is enjoying leading the attack into npower Ashes Series and loving the responsibility of now being one of the senior players
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
Reversing the trend ECB batting coach Dene Hills talks to ECBtv about the Lions and facing reverse swing
Knocking on the door Steve Harmison told ECBtv he has given the selectors a headache ahead of Cardiff
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
Hussey tames Lions Centurion Mike Hussey and Graham Onions reflect after Aussies end day one on 337 for eight
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