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England are on the brink in Sydney

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Champagne on ice

Joe Drabble is getting ready for the party of all parties after England moved within touching distance of victory.

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Cook came to the boil again at the SCG

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Good, Bad & Ugly

Joe Drabble showers Alastair Cook with praise after he batted England into a winning position at the SCG.

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Billy Bowden signals the no-ball to break Beer's heart

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Beer oh Beer

Joe Drabble raises a glass to Billy Bowden after Australia debutant Michael Beer was cruelly denied a maiden Test wicket.

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England's fielding brightened up a gloomy day at the SCG

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Playing the field

Skysports.com's man at the SCG heaps praise on England's flawless fielding after the opening day.

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Our man (top right) poses for the cameras

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In the Army now

After weeks of reporting on the Ashes, our man Down Under took to the field in the Fans series decider in Sydney.

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England celebrate in style in front of the Barmy Army

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As good as it gets

Our man Down Under attempts to describe the greatest day of his life after England retained the Ashes.

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It's coming home

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It's coming home

Our man Down Under continues to float on cloud nine as England close in on victory at the MCG.

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Nasser Hussain

Test recipe for Cook

Nasser Hussain says now is not the time for England to drop struggling opener Alastair Cook.

Michael Atherton

The end of the show

Andrew Flintoff was a scene-stealer on the pitch, says Mike Atherton, but he'll be relieved to retire.

David Lloyd

Ready to fly

Bumble's getting set to jet off to Australia - and is pleased to see England hitting the heights in the build-up.

Bob Willis

Delivering the Ashes

Bob Willis knows his bowling. Here's how he rates England's pack man-for-man against Australia's.

The Ashes Panel

Back in business!

After the whitewash of 2006/07, the Ashes Panel examine how England rallied to beat Australia last summer.