Guide to this winter's Australia v England series
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England captain Michael Vaughan praised the spirit his players had shown to win the second Test and level the series in New Zealand.
England's five-wicket hero James Anderson revealed that his cameo for Auckland helped prepare him for the second Test.
James Anderson's five-wicket haul helped bowl New Zealand out for 198 as England took control of the second Test in Wellington.
Tim Ambrose struck 97 to help England overcome an afternoon collapse to finish day one of the second Test in Wellington on 291-5.
Ryan Sidebottom claimed a hat-trick as New Zealand collapsed from 55-1 to 147-8 in the final session of the fourth day in Hamilton.
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Nasser Hussain says England's selectors must be consistent in order for the team to fulfil its potential.
Tim Ambrose admits he was "shocked" to learn of his call-up for England.
Andrew Strauss and Tim Ambrose, at the expense of Matt Prior, have been included in England's squad for the Test series in New Zealand.
England arrived in Perth with their grip on the Ashes ever looser - so could they rally at a ground where they have only won once, in 1978?
England's hopes of fighting their way back into the Ashes series suffered another setback on the opening day in Perth after another Australian rally with the bat.
Lost to some degree during Australia's dominance in the first two Tests has been the struggles of some of their batsmen. While runs have not been in short supply, David Warner, Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin have combined to contribute most of them.
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