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21 Jul 2013

In pictures: England v Australia - Day 4

Images from on and off the pitch on the fourth day of the England v Australia Test match at Lord's.

Glenn McGrath
21 Jul 2013

McGrath - I wanted my name up there

Former Australia fast bowler Glenn Mcgrath discussed his 8/38 against England at Lord's in 1997 after ringing the five-minute bell on day four of the Investec Test between England and Australia.

Huw Edwards
21 Jul 2013

Day four - what you might have missed

Lords.org looks back at day four of the Test as England wrap up victory over Australia and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.

Joe Root celebrating a wicket
21 Jul 2013

Five-for: England wrap up emphatic victory

Lords.org's five picks as England wrapped up a crushing victory in the second Investec Ashes Series Test Match at the Home of Cricket.

20 Jul 2013

In pictures: England v Australia - Day 3

Images from on and off the pitch on the third day of the England v Australia Test match at Lord's.

James Anderson
20 Jul 2013

A special dining room

Former Australia bowler Shane Warne and England's James Anderson have both been singing the praises of the Players' Dining Room at Lord's.

Joe Root
20 Jul 2013

Five-for: Root grinds Australia to dust

Lords.org recaps on a day where Joe Root came of age as a Test opener and Australia's hopes of regaining the Ashes took another hammer blow - England losing just two wickets.

Joe and Billy Root
20 Jul 2013

Day three - what you might have missed

Lords.org looks back at day three of the Test between England and Australia and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.

Bresnan gets a wicket
19 Jul 2013

In pictures: England v Australia - Day 2

Images from on and off the pitch on the second day of the England v Australia Test match at Lord's.

Tim Harrington
19 Jul 2013

Cooking up a storm

Lords.org goes behind the scenes during the second Investec Test between England and Australia to meet the MCC chefs that look after hungry visitors to the Home of Cricket.

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