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Steve Waugh
18 Jul 2013

Waugh: "It doesn’t get any better than that"

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh started the second Investec Test between England and Australia by ringing the five-minute bell at the Home of Cricket.

18 Jul 2013

Five-for: Smith saves Australia after Bell ton looks back at the headlines from a topsy-turvy first day of the second Investec Ashes Series Test Match at the Home of Cricket.

Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe
18 Jul 2013

Day one - what you might have missed looks back at the first day of the Test between England and Australia and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.

Steve Waugh
17 Jul 2013

Steve Waugh to let battle commence at Lord's

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh will ring the five minute bell on day one of the Second Test of the Investec Ashes Series.

Michael Vaughan
17 Jul 2013

Vaughan: Warne is most missed

Former Ashes winning captain Michael Vaughan has described Australian spin bowler Shane Warne as the 'most missed cricketer of any generation' in the latest Lord's Podcast.

Groundsman hammer
17 Jul 2013

In pictures - Lord's prepares for the Test

Lord's has been a hubbub of activity for the week leading up to the arrival of the 2013 Investec Ashes Series - browse some of the best pictures.

The Pitch
17 Jul 2013

The Test match pitch

Lord's TV has taken an exclusive look at the pitch for the second Investec Test between England and Australia which starts on Thursday 18 July.

Sonia Agar
17 Jul 2013

Agars bowled over by Lord's

Ashton Agar's parents may be hoping that if Australian captain Michael Clarke wins the toss tomorrow he'll bowl, as they have a flight to catch on the day their son could make his Lord's debut.

Lord's 1946
16 Jul 2013

'Cricket' - then and now

Graham Sheffield blogs for on a film that shows the Ground during the Ashes summer of 1948, when Don Bradman's Australia were all conquering.

Glenn McGrath
15 Jul 2013

All time Lord's Ashes XI

In the lead up to the 34th Test match between England and Australia at Lord's, is assembling an 'All time Lord's Ashes XI' based on the best performances in Tests between the two teams at the Home of Cricket.

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