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Australian captain Michael Clarke retired from one-day cricket after the World Cup final in the hope that he could extend his injury-battered Test career. But, in the wake of his poor form in the 2015 Ashes,

England are in dominant position in third Ashes Test at Edgbaston after James Anderson inspiring bowling spell skittled Australia for 136 and they are already advanced to 133 for 3 at the end of day 1

In the preview to the Edgbaston Test, it was clearly mentioned that Australia will not go into the match as favourites in spite of having thrashed England at Lord's. It has been that kind of a series for both sides

With the 2015 Ashes tied 1-1, both Australia and England will be going all out to clinch a triumph at Birmingham, and go 2-1. If either side wins the Test, it would be a massive boost for them,

As England and Australia prepare for the third Test at Edgbaston in Birmingham, we look back at the ‘greatest Test’ played at the venue between the two sides almost a decade back

Test by Test: Gary Ballance’s sudden rise and swift fall

In the preview to the Edgbaston Test, it was clearly mentioned that Australia will not go into the match as favourites in spite of having thrashed England at Lord's. It has been that kind of a series for both sides

Consider this. On a day one pitch, Australia lost just one wicket, and two batsmen eased to their centuries. At the end of the day's play, the pitch at Lord's was heavily criticised, described by many cricket pundits as among those that kills interest in Test cricket.

Heading into the start of day day four at Lord’s on Sunday, England find themselves in a situation from where they would need a miraculous batting effort in the second innings to save the Test