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Short square boundaries and a flat pitch have contributed to Australia breaking the record for most sixes in an Ashes innings.
Brad Haddin edges behind for 118, chasing quick runs.
Who needs two hands? The hot-spot operator at the Adelaide Oval plucks a beauty in the right duke.
Brad Haddin's century and some lusty hitting from Ryan Harris has Australia well on top heading into the evening session.
Brad Haddin has notched his fourth test century, and third in Ashes cricket, as Australia continues to pile on the pain in Adelaide.
Ben Stokes picks up his second wicket, Siddle caught behind for two.
Mitchell Johnson departs for five, spooning a simple catch to Broad at mid-on.
Ben Stokes picks up a belated first test wicket, removing the Australian captain for 148.
Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin hit centuries today as Englan...
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Australia reckon Michael Clarke is the key, while England believe their two spinners are.
The momentum that Australia generated at the start of the Commonwealth Bank Ashes series stalled in the face of some self-destructive batting, dogged English bowling and a slow Adelaide pitch on the opening day of the second Test.
Such was the inconclusive nature of day one in Adelaide, both Ashes rivals claim to hold the upper hand although it was England’s faltering fingers that may yet prove pivotal to the result.
The return of Monty Panesar to the England team in Adelaide, bowling in tandem with Graeme Swann, was a welcome sight for any England fan.
dawson_beth Clarke and Haddin was beautiful to watch! #Ashes @CricketAus
With an Ashes Test debut in the offing, you might think Nathan Coulter-Nile is watching proceedings in Adelaide with a sense of nervous anxiety.
One ball is all it takes to announce yourself as a champion cricketer. On June 4, 1993, Shane Warne launched his career with what has since been dubbed “the ball of the century”.
Cricket Australia has issued an apology for posting an item on its official Twitter feed that made reference to England off-spinner Monty Panesar.
Former New Zealand Test cricketer Lou Vincent has confirmed he is involved in an investigation into alleged match-fixing.
The prospect of a batsman-friendly Adelaide Oval pitch has convinced England to further bolster its bowling by including Test debutant Ben Stokes and back-up spinner Monty Panesar in their line-up for the second Ashes Test beginning this morning.
CricketAus RT @BigBashLeague: Watching the #Ashes? Here's what Warnie was just talking about. He's right, it was a shocker! http://t.co/Je9UDYkq3W #BB…
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CricketAus Out! Stokes picks up another with Siddle caught behind for 2. Australia 8-483 #Ashes #uniteAus
CricketAus Brad Haddin brings up his fourth Test century, his third in The #Ashes, with a boundary! This one comes from 157 balls #uniteAus
In 1988, crowd favourite & man-of-the-match Merv Hughes takes 13 wickets (5-130 & 8-87) against the almighty West Indies at the WACA, but it isn't enough, as Australia lose by 169 runs
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