Ashes 2019

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Stuart Broad has David Warner’s number: 104 balls, 35 runs & 7 dismissals in 10 outings

Going by his struggles in the series, one wouldn’t think Warner is closing on 6,500 Test runs at over 45 (the average was a bit higher at the start of the series) and has hit 21 hundreds.

Ashes 2019: Steve Smith turns boos into standing ovation in final innings

Steve Smith turned his haters into admirers by scoring the fifth-highest ever runs in an Ashes series, 774 runs in just seven innings at an average of 110.57, helping Australia to retain the urn.

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Prolific Steve Smith says 'pretty cooked' after Ashes effort

Steve Smith described himself as being "pretty cooked" after his prolific bat ensured Australia will return home having retained the coveted urn after their 2-2 drawn Ashes series against England.

Ashes 2019: 'Incredible series, Bulk memories'

Ashes 2019 is the first time a series between England and Australia has ended in a draw since 1972. This was after the Three Lions defeated the Kangaroos at the Oval on Sunday.

England vs Australia, 5th Ashes Test Day 4 Highlights: England win, draw series level

England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Live Score, ENG vs AUS 5th Test Highlights: England have won the 5th Test, tying the series 2-2.

England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Live Streaming: When and where to watch ENG vs AUS 5th Test?

England vs Australia (ENG vs AUS) 5th Ashes Test Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: Joe Root and Co. will look to equal the five-match Test series with a win Kennington Oval, London

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England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Day 3 Highlights: ENG build on lead

England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Aus vs Eng 5th Test Day 3 Highlights: Joe Root's team are desperate to level the series at 2-2 to end their historic World Cup-winning season on a high but have been consistently dogged by the peerless Smith.

England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Day 2 Highlights: Archer's fifer drowns AUS

England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Day 2 Highlights: England ended the day having a lead of 78 runs after bundling Australia for 225.

Steve Smith: Bending cricket’s law of motion

Coaching manuals insist on economy of movement, but Smith’s technique flies in the face of convention.

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