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Round-up of Ashes gossip and features from the back pages of Tuesday's Australian papers.
Steve Harmison understands the problems being felt by Jonathan Trott, who is suffering from a stress-related illness.
Managing director Hugh Morris says the ECB will do everything it can to help Jonathan Trott overcome his illness.
Sky Sports cricket analyst David Fulton believes Jonathan Trott may find it hard to return for England in the future.
Mike Atherton says Joe Root should bat at No 3 but Nasser Hussain is backing Ian Bell.
Marcus Trescothick says the pressure cooker of Ashes cricket made Jonathan Trott's illness worse.
England batsman Jonathan Trott has returned home from the Ashes tour in Australia with a stress-related illness.
David Warner accepts he may have gone too far with his comments regarding Jonathan Trott, but he made them for a reason, to get in the back of England's minds.
Australia batsman David Warner admits he overstepped the mark in his criticism of England's Jonathan Trott.
Australia captain Michael Clarke has been fined by ICC for his abuse of James Anderson during the first Test victory.
Australia captain Michael Clarke told reporters that his comments to Jimmy Anderson were just banter.
Marcus Trescothick feels Australia went slightly over the line with their behaviour on the final day in Brisbane.
Australia captain Michael Clarke took sledging to a new level when Jimmy Anderson was at the crease.
Nasser Hussain is not pulling many punches in his criticism of England's performance in Brisbane.
England's players must hold full and frank talks to put the first Test behind them, says Andrew Strauss.
We look back at day four in Brisbane with a range of opinion, analysis and video.
Sky Sports gathers reaction from the Australian media to England's poor showing Down Under so far.
Should Jonathan Trott stay at three? The Panel discuss the big issues after England's defeat.
Mitchell Johnson produced another outstanding display on day four as Australia completed victory.
Australian captain Michael Clarke is happy with the start but believes England will come back fighting.
Michael Atherton praised the performance of England’s bowlers on day two at Trent Bridge, despite a 111-run final-wicket stand from India taking the tourists to 457 all out.
Broad's hat-trick, Bell's run out saga, Tendulkar's ton quest: Andrew Strauss on England's 4-0 rout of India.
England v India Test
England trail India by 176 runs with 2 wickets remaining
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