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Matt Prior has given the English fans something to cheer about early on day five, notching a half-century in good time.
An entertaining Prior innings comes to an end; the English keeper falling to another good catch in the deep.
Swann edges to Michael Clarke for the second time this match and Ryan Harris has second wicket.
After his first short ball goes for six, Peter Siddle goes back to well and Broad picks out Nathan Lyon in the deep.
Joe Root and KP have provided the only resistence with Australia's bowlers needing just four wickets to wrap up the second Ashes test.
If Mitch Johnson didn't appreciate a shoulder bump from Ben Stokes, then Stuart Broad's presence on the pitch didn't help settle the peace at the end of day four.
Ben Stokes's war of attrition comes to an end, edging Ryan Harris to the Australian captain for 28.
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England batsman Joe Root has conceded his team’s chances of salvaging a draw from the second Test and going two-nil down in the five-match Commonwealth Bank Ashes series are dependent on the intervention of rain tomorrow.
Australian paceman Peter Siddle has played down the latest on-field feud between the rival camps as tempers again boiled over during the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval.
Tearaway quick Mitchell Johnson can bowl faster, says Australia’s bowling coach Craig McDermott.
It's not quite in the Shane Warne-Daryll Cullinan category, but England's Kevin Pietersen has become Peter Siddle's bunny.
ratedcomedytv Never young to watch @CricketAus demolish @ECB_cricket at The #Ashes
@wwos9 @GusWorland @abcgrandstand http://t.co/t9XEOqMz2J
Moises Henriques gave Australia’s Test selectors a reminder of his game-changing ability with a brilliant century on day one of the NSW Blues’ Bupa Sheffield Shield clash with the West End Redbacks.
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CricketAus RT @glennmcgrath11: Another great win by the Aussies.......here comes 5-0!!!! 😊
CricketAus RT @CommBank: What a performance from the Aussies, led by Man of the Match, @MitchJohnson398! #Ashes #uniteAus http://t.co/JYvMNj4TzU
CricketAus Man of the Match again goes to @MitchJohnson398 #Ashes #uniteAus
CricketAus Australia completes emphatic win: http://t.co/yB6HWzzcKv #Ashes #uniteAus
In 1936 at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, England dismiss Australia for just 58. Sir Donald Bradman departs for a duck.
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