AFP England's paceman Ben Stokes approaches his bowling mark against Australia during day two of the second Ashes Test cricket match in Adelaide on December 6, 2013. AFP In Summary Skipper Clarke claimed his third century in five Ashes Tests and his
Australia will attempt to win two Test matches for the price of one in Adelaide. Behind the overwhelming priority of winning here lies the significant subplot of trying to leave England's drained bowling attack so broken that they fire like damp
Michael Clarke might as well have told England to get ready for a broken f---ing spirit. Clarke and Brad Haddin, united as captain and vice-captain when Australia hit rock bottom earlier this year, are looking more and more like the leaders who could
on sledging, talk of a sledging truce, George Bailey saying he didn't sledge and Shane Warne saying Michael Clarke was only backing Bailey up because Jimmy Anderson was sledging and he was entitled to sledge himself. A considerable ...
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