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Ashes 2017: I know my role in the Australian cricket team, says Nathan Lyon

Nathan Lyon showed a surprising new dimension as he sledged the England team gratuitously in the lead-up to the match.

I'm all for playing the game in an aggressive manner: Trevor Bayliss

Bayliss will take charge of England for the first time when the Ashes get underway in Cardiff on July 8.

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After detailed review of Ashes Down Under, England sack coach Andy Flower

Andy Flower was in charge of the England cricket team since 2009.

England end Ashes tour with another defeat

England wilted under pressure as Australia edged home by five runs in a low-scoring thriller in Adelaide on Sunday to win the five-match series 4-1.

Andy Flower denies 'rift', says no decision on future involvement of any individual

Andy Flower and Kevin Pietersen moved quickly on Wednesday to dampen media speculation.

After Ashes high, David Warner wants to see how Proteas play without Jacques Kallis

Australia plan to use same intimidatory tactics that unravelled England in South Africa tour.

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The Ashes: Australia hails 'unlikely heroes' for complete win

Australia hailed most complete Ashes triumph in nearly 137 years of cricketing rivalry with England.

The Ashes: Australia complete whitewash with big win

Australia complete whitewash with big win, erase memories of 3-0 loss earlier in year.

Another rearguard rescue act

Steve Smith makes 115,adding 128 with Haddin to take Australia to 326; Stokes ends with 6/99.

The Ashes: I took a back seat and watched Haddin go,says Steve Smith

Smith's 115 was his 2nd century of series and helped hosts to finish day with 326 runs on board.

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