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Last Updated: Thursday, 23 June 2005, 11:06 GMT 12:06 UK
England v Australia photos

Australia's Adam Gilchrist hits out

England win the toss and put Australia into bat, but their bid for early wickets is initially thwarted by Adam Gilchrist

England's Geraint Jones and Chris Tremlett celebrate the wicket of Matthew Hayden

England rookie Chris Tremlett is hit to all parts until Geraint Jones takes a great catch to dismiss Gilchrist in the 10th over

Ashley Giles is congratulated by Steve Harmison for catching Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting's scratchy innings is brought to a halt when Steve Harmison has him caught by Ashley Giles at third man

Andrew Flintoff dismisses Matthew Hayden

Soon after Ponting's dismissal, Flintoff removes Matthew Hayden to leave Australia in a spot of bother on 96-3

Andrew Symonds hits a drive

Andrew Symonds and Damien Martyn get the tourist's innings back on track as they sail past the 200 mark

Andrew Flintoff runs out Andrew Symonds

Just as Symonds threatens to cut loose, Trescothick's brilliant throw from mid-off runs him out

England's Andrew Flintoff

Tight bowling at the death restricts Australia to 266-5 and leaves the England team smiling

Andrew Strauss is bowled by Brett Lee

But they are not laughing for long as Brett Lee bowls with real venom and dismisses Andrew Strauss for just three

Glenn McGrath takes the wicket of Marcus Trescothick

And its gets worse as Glenn McGrath snares the wickets of Marcus Trescothick and Paul Collingwood in the same over

Ricky Ponting, Brad Hogg and Jason Gillespie celebrate the wicket of Andrew Flintoff

Flintoff and Vikram Solanki provide momentary respite, but Australia take control as England's innings fails to ignite

Brad Hogg dismisses Andrew Flintoff

Brag Hogg takes the crucial wickets in the middle of the order and England slide towards defeat

England's Kevin Pietersen walks from the crease

Kevin Pietersen makes only 19 and despite a late flurry from Darren Gough, England end on 209-9, 57 runs short


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