Round-up of Ashes gossip and features from the back pages of Wednesday's Australian papers.
Sir Ian Botham says England can win 4-0 as he and Nasser Hussain analyse the key moments so far.
We look at what the English and Australian press had to say about England retaining the Ashes.
We reflect on a rainy final day at Old Trafford and bring you the pick of the reaction and video.
England are yet to fire on all cylinders in the Ashes, says Nasser Hussain, and could recall Graham Onions.
Ryan Harris did all he could to inspire Australia at Old Trafford, except from stopping the rain.
Michael Clarke's man-of-the-match award was little consolation after rain denied Australia at Old Trafford.
Alastair Cook set his sights on winning the Ashes outright after the urn was retained with the third Test draw.
England deserve to retain the Ashes - and must now go on and win the series, says Andrew Strauss.
Andrew Strauss says players have lost confidence in Hotspot after more DRS controversy.
England retained the Ashes after heavy rain on the final day resulted in the third Test of the series being drawn.
We look at what the English and Australian press made of the fourth day of the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
We look back on the fourth day at Old Trafford and bring you the pick of the reaction and video.
Nasser Hussain says the umpires' decision to take the players off at Old Trafford was premature.
Matt Prior says England are taking nothing for granted going into the final day of the third Test at Old Trafford.
David Warner is hoping Australia will have a crack at bowling England out on the final day of the third Ashes Test.
Australia need a rain-free final day to have any chance of winning the third Ashes Test, says Shane Warne.
Old Trafford umpires Marais Erasmus and Tony Hill said they had no choice but to take the players off for bad light.
Day four may have been cut short at Old Trafford, but David Warner provided some entertainment.
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