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Prior takes pride in Ashes ton

Prior takes pride in Ashes ton

Matt Prior relished the “very special feeling” of his maiden Ashes hundred after becoming England’s third centurion in the final Ashes Test at the SCG.

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England deserving winners - Watson

England deserving winners - Watson

Chris Devine

Shane Watson has admitted Australia can have no complaints as they head towards a seemingly inevitable defeat in the final Ashes Test in Sydney.

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England home in on glory

England home in on glory

Justin Goulding

The stage is set for England to bring down the curtain on a triumphant Ashes tour with victory over Australia on the last day in Sydney. They require three more wickets to wrap up a 3-1 series win.

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Collingwood calls time on Test career

Collingwood calls time on Test career

Justin Goulding

England batsman Paul Collingwood has announced his retirement from Test cricket at the end of the current Ashes Test. The 34-year-old will continue to lead the Twenty20 side and play one-day cricket

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Pattinson and Copeland step in

Pattinson and Copeland step in

Seamers James Pattinson and Trent Copeland have been called up to the Prime Minister’s XI side to face England in their tour match on January 10.

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Cook shares recipe for success

Cook shares recipe for success

Alastair Cook revealed his lean summer spurred him on to his prolific Ashes series. "It’s a pretty lonely spot when you keep walking back in with not many on the board," he said after scoring 189.

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Clarke dismisses Cook and Bell story

Clarke dismisses Cook and Bell story

Australia captain Michael Clarke has rejected any suggestion of ill feeling towards Alastair Cook or Ian Bell after both were beset by moments of controversy on their way to scoring hundreds.

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Cook and Bell call the shots

Cook and Bell call the shots

Justin Goulding

Alastair Cook missed out on his second double century of the series and Ian Bell hit his maiden Ashes hundred as England opened up a sizeable first-innings lead of 208 and counting in Sydney.

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Anderson pleasantly surprised by form

Anderson pleasantly surprised by form

Rob Barnett

James Anderson’s consistently outstanding bowling in the Ashes has been something of a shock to himself. "I’ve performed really well in all five Tests,” said Anderson, who has 21 wickets.

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Sydney spoils up for grabs - Johnson

Sydney spoils up for grabs - Johnson

Australia seamer Mitchell Johnson believes the final Ashes Test is “in the balance” following a topsy-turvy second day at the SCG. England trail by 113 with seven first-innings wickets in hand.

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