Paceman Steven Finn's five-wicket haul has put England on the
brink of a 2-1 Ashes series lead over Australia, with the
tourists facing a desperate battle to avoid a humiliating
third test defeat.
Paceman James Anderson took six wickets to skittle Australia
for a paltry 136 and put England in control on the first day
of the third test at Edgbaston.
A British judge has declared himself "not impressed" after
former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns failed to
show up for a London court hearing in his perjury trial.
Former captain Ricky Ponting believes Australia were wrong to
leave wicketkeeper Brad Haddin out of the team for the third
Ashes test and says they will miss his experience when it
starts at Edgbaston later on Wednesday.
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