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After four years and four months, the Ashes are back in Australia's possession.
Alec Stewart says England are unlikely to drop James Anderson for the fourth Ashes Test - even after the seamer conceded 28 off one over.
England's tour hit a new low in the morning session on day four of the third Ashes Test when their bowlers were flayed around the WACA.
England started day three in Perth with hopes of at least asking a question or two of Australia, they ended it in a position that has become depressingly familiar on this tour... deep in trouble and facing heavy defeat.
Australia hold a 2-0 lead in the Ashes series after needing just under an hour's play on the final day in Adelaide to pick up the four wickets they required for victory.
It has been a tough Ashes tour for England's batsmen but Joe Root finally made Australia's bowlers earn their spoils on day four in Adelaide.
Round-up of lively Ashes gossip and top features from the back pages of Friday's Australian papers.
It was honours just about even by the close of the opening day of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
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Well this is most certainly not how England would have been picturing things panning out when they boarded the plane for Australia a month ago.
It's difficult to find a voice in Australia that does not believe the hosts are going to win the Ashes convincingly. The nation's press is ebullient, revelling in England's woes and eager to give the tourists a good kicking at every opportunity.
Andrew Strauss told Sporting Chapters that Australian sledging only made him more determined to perform during the Ashes.
A look at the top stories in the Australian papers as England chill at Ayers Rock.
A look at the top stories in the Australian papers as England refuse to talk to local media in Brisbane.
Almost half of Sky Sports Cricket readers think Ian Bell should replace Jonathan Trott at No.3 in the second Ashes Test.
England's batting collapsed again as Australia completed a 381-run victory in the first Ashes Test at The Gabba with a day to spare.
Australia batted themselves into a position of real power on day three of the opening Test at The Gabba.
The opening Test at The Gabba went into fast-forward mode on day two with 12 wickets going down in blameless conditions.
The second Ashes series of the year got under way in Brisbane with England making a positive start to their defence of the urn.
Kevin Pietersen has warned Australia that England fully expect to improve on their performance in this year's 3-0 Ashes victory.