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Ashes 2013/14 podcast: Fifth Test, day three

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In the end, the end came quickly.

Sky Sports Ashes Podcast

Download it at www.skysports.com/podcast

England's wretched Ashes campaign came to a swift conclusion as Australia sealed only their third whitewash over the 'old enemy' inside three days at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Man-of-the-match Ryan Harris and man-of-the-series Mitchell Johnson delivered the coup de grace by bundling the tourists out for just 166 in their second innings, thereby securing a 281-run win, sparking well-deserved Australian celebrations and a period of reflection and explanation for England.

As ever, our pundits are on hand to share their views and reflections on all the action and discuss the biggest talking points - on and off the field!

On today's podcast...

Download the podcast now to hear what Nasser Hussain, Mike Atherton, David Lloyd, Andrew Strauss, Shane Warne and Sir Ian Botham make of the final Test and the series as a whole... Download it here.

So, where does the blame lie for this Ashes debacle?

Nasser explains why skipper Alastair Cook must go away and ask himself some tough questions if he is to be the man to take England forward, while Athers reflects on how the tourists simply couldn't handle Australia's ferocity.

Beefy and Shane give Australia their due credit - in particular the seam attack and the dogged batting of Brad Haddin - while Bumble discusses where England go from here.

Aussies overjoyed with whitewash

Plus, Ian Ward catches up with head coach Andy Flower and Alastair Cook to find out exactly what went wrong...

Here's how to #CatchUp...

Check out the Sky Sports Ashes podcast page here or check out the podcast on itunes or by hitting this MP3 link.

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Stick with us for plenty more reaction throughout the day before The Ashes Verdict returns at 9pm on Sky Sports 2.