Well, Gina145, you now know the answer to this. It was a 5-0 whitewash. In the fourth test it looked like England were going to make a fight of it when Butler stepped up to the crease, but it was not to be. So, England, despite all their bravado before it all began, must be feeling a lot more humble now.
Point now is, how are we going to fair against the South Africans. That has not yet begun. No doubt you'll watch it with interest. May we wish Australia good luck...Come on, Aussie come on, come on...come on, Aussie come on...
by countrywomen9 years ago
India chased down a mammoth 387 to mark a famous win and take the series lead over England in Chennai after Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh batted most of day five for their match-winning 163 runs unbroken stand....
by LarasMama7 years ago
Finally! I published a hub a few days ago that's finally taken off and pushed me over the 500, even with my lower than usual views in the last few weeks. YAY! 1000 is next
by arthriticknee8 years ago
Will England win the Ashes?
by Gary Anderson7 years ago
This should be an eye opener to anyone living in Australia: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/busines … 5958005881
by John Holden4 years ago
RIP.A great man.
by first_arif7 years ago
How often do the Ashes take place in Australia?
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