Ian Bell struck his second half-century of the match to steer England to an eight-wicket victory in the third Ashes Test.
Watch the best of the action as England complete an eight-wicket victory over Australia in the third Ashes Test.
Ricky Ponting discusses how Australia can regroup and hit back in the Fourth Test in his latest Sky Sports video blog.
Michael Clarke would be sending a "bad message" if he changed his batting position in the Ashes, says Ricky Ponting.
Bumble on the Ashes Events centre and Beefy helping Finn... check out the lighter moments from Edgbaston.
Alastair Cook praised Steven Finn for bouncing back from being sent home in 2014 to leading England to victory.
Mark Wood is the best man to replace the injured James Anderson at Trent Bridge, says Nasser Hussain.
Steven Finn has admitted his match-winning performance against Australia was beyond his wildest dreams.
Australia captain Michael Clarke admits he cannot explain his team’s poor performance in the third Investec Ashes Test.
Ian Bell says England’s bowling performance was among the best he has seen after their eight-wicket win over Australia.
Australia greats Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne and Ian Healy joined Ian Ward in the Ashes Zone for a cricket masterclass.
Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke reflect on the third Test, plus David Lloyd looks ahead to Trent Bridge.
England fast bowler James Anderson has been ruled out of the fourth Investec Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
Shane Warne says Adam Voges is under pressure to keep his place in Australia's XI for the fourth Ashes Test.
Mitchell Johnson challenged Australia to "get out and fight" despite their perilous position in the third Ashes Test.
Steven Finn's hard work has earned him a much-deserved England recall, says Michael Holding, after the seamer's star turn at Edgbaston.
Tom Moody says too many Australia batsmen have been like “rabbits caught in the headlights” during the third Ashes Test.
Nasser Hussain and Shane Warne talk two-day Tests, Australia's selection posers and the dashing David Warner.
Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad's 87-run stand was crucial in putting England in pole position to win the third Ashes Test, says Sir Ian Botham.
Australia finished day two on 168-7 in their second innings with a lead of just 23 as England close in on victory.