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Greg Blewett and Mike Atherton debate whether England will play two spinners at Adelaide.
Bob Willis feels David Warner should have curbed his tongue after his criticism of Jonathan Trott.
Nasser Hussain, Bob Willis and Mike Atherton explain the effect of England's 1986/87 Ashes win.
Bob Willis recalls how a dramatic Melbourne victory almost inspired weakened England to glory...
Bob Willis paid tribute to YB40 Champions Nottinghamshire and feels for Glamorgan's Simon Jones.
England will miss Andy Flower greatly when he eventually stands down as team director, says Bob Willis.
Bob Willis backs Surrey seamer Chris Tremlett to make an impact for England in the final Ashes Test.
Can Australia rally? Will Onions return? Are batsmen cheating? It's Bob Willis on the fourth Test.
Nasser Hussain looks ahead to the second Ashes Test, assessing England's best route to victory....
England failed to take their chance to turn the screw on day one of the second Test against Australia in Adelaide.
Australia opener Chris Rogers claims the Adelaide Oval pitch is offering more for the bowlers that was first feared.
England spinner Graeme Swann said the tourists are 'fairly pleased' after day one of the second Test.
Australia are batting first in second Ashes Test
The West Indies are battling to avoid an innings defeat in the first Test against New Zealand in Dunedin.
No player on either side was able to seize the second Ashes Test by the scruff of the neck on day one.
Round-up of Ashes gossip and features from the back pages of Thursday's Australian papers.
The Adelaide Oval is the venue for the second Ashes Test with England the outsiders as they look to hit back following a demoralising defeat in Brisbane.