Guide to this winter's Australia v England series
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A fine century from Steve Smith and a dogged innings from Brad Haddin helped Australia claim control of the third Test.
Bowling coach David Saker conceded England had let Australia off the hook during day one of the third Ashes Test.
Steve Smith is determined to kick on after scoring an unbeaten century on day one of the third Ashes Test.
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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.