England collapsed to 136 all out today to leave Australia in charge of the first Ashes cricket Test with a 224-run lead going into day three.
Centuries by Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan helped India beat Australia by six wickets in their sixth one-day cricket match, sending the series to a deciding game.
Shane Watson’s first Test cricket century in 48 innings put Australia in control on day one of the Ashes series finale against England.
Shane Watson smashed 143 off 107 balls as Australia beat England by 49 runs in their one-day cricket decider to close its four-month tour of the U.K. with a series victory.
Shane Watson’s century helped push Australia to 183-3 at tea on the first day of the fifth and final Ashes cricket Test against England.
Australia picked two 35-year-olds to plug an experience gap for its Ashes cricket series in England, choosing Brad Haddin as first-choice wicketkeeper and vice-captain, and recalling batsman Chris Rogers.
England leads Australia by 264 runs at the end of the second day of the second Ashes Test, after bowling out the visitors for 128 at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
England routed Australia by 347 runs to move to within one victory of winning its third straight Ashes cricket series.
Chris Rogers’s first Test century helped Australia rebound from a slow start to trail England by 16 runs in the Ashes.
Australia will begin the second day of the third Ashes cricket Test on 303-3 as it seeks the victory needed to keep alive the series against England.
"I've had to have a deep look at myself a number of times."
- Shane Watson on Aug 21, 2013