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Starc: Rogers fit for third Ashes Test

Australia batsman Chris Rogers will be available for the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston this week, according to team-mate Mitchell Starc.
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Question marks evaporate on Marsh's bowling

The Marsh brothers, Mitchell and Shaun, were Australia's top performers as their tour match against Derbyshire wound down to a draw.
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Chris Rogers rejoins teammates after dizzy spell

Australia doctors will continue to monitor Chris Rogers, who has linked up with the squad ahead of the third Ashes Test on Wednesday.
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Wood reveals English plan to dismiss Steve Smith

England have to test Steve Smith outside off when the Ashes heads to Edgbaston, starting Wednesday.
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Rain frustrates Australia at Derby

Just 29 overs were possible on day two of Australia's tour match against Derbyshire as rain brought a premature end to proceedings.
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Marsh, Warner dominate in Tour match

There were timely reminders from Shaun Marsh and Shane Watson, while David Warner scored a ton as Australia made 413-9 against Derbyshire.
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Aussies 'optimistic' Rogers will play third Test

Chris Rogers has been diagnosed with a vestibular injury, which has affected his inner ear and his balance.
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Ding Ding: Warner delivers ultimate sledge to Bell

David Warner appears unmoved by Ian Bell's move to number three in the batting line-up, dubbing the batsman as an "easy wicket".
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England's Ballance axed for third Test

Gary Ballance has paid for his poor form by being omitted from the England squad for the third Ashes Test in favour of Jonny Bairstow.
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John Howard: Poms are scared and have mental problems

Former Australian prime minister John Howard has sunk the boot into the England team after their 405-run loss in the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
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Gillespie: Bairstow ready for Ashes recall

Jonny Bairstow is a different beast who is ready for another taste of Ashes cricket, according to Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie.
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Kevin Pietersen slams "silly" England

As if on cue, Kevin Pietersen has taken to twitter to lament his ongoing exclusion from the English cricket team.
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Improving Rogers could play third Test

Chris Rogers' condition is improving and the Australia opener has been cleared of serious damage.
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Aussie cricket stars have a night out celebrating...without the Poms

The Australian cricketers finally had that post-match night out without an English cricketer in sight after their crushing 405-run win in the second Test at Lord's.
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Video: Liverpool stars to become England's Ashes saviours?

It seems that England have a couple of extra batting options for the Ashes with Liverpool stars Adam Lallana and James Milner showing better technique than some of the English batsman from the recent Lord's Test.
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The Ashes: Leading run-scorers second Test

See who's dominating at the crease and who needs time in the nets with our up to date Ashes run-scoring leaderboard.
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Cook: Aussies outplayed us in all areas

England failed to perform in any area during defeat to Australia in the second Ashes Test, admitted captain Alastair Cook.
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The Ashes: Second Test Player Ratings

What a difference a Test makes. After no Aussie scored over 7 in our last ratings, none of them scored below six in the second Test.
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Rogers symptoms a concern for Australia

While Australia’s dominance in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s has levelled the series at 1-1, the win has been marred with opener Chris Rogers forced to retire hurt during Australia’s second innings after suffering dizzy spells early on day four.
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Australia level Ashes with dominant win at Lord's

England's tail was quickly seen off as Australia completed a fine performance to level The Ashes at 1-1 at Lord's.
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