The all-rounder flew to Melbourne to have the injury assessed after picking up the knock in the final One-Day International on Sunday
Simon Gerrans reclaims the overall lead after fifth stage on Willunga Hill
Nothing could disguise the extent to which England had been outplayed across the series
Anyone with a passing interest in cinema would know which production had been named Best Picture in a given year. How many, though, could recall the Best Assistant Director, or which film had the best visual effects?
Having gone 2-0 down in the Series, Cook knows that they need to win in Perth if England are to have any chance of winning the Ashes
Harris is struggling with a sore knee but is expected to be fit for the Third Test which begins in Perth tomorrow
The Ashes holders are 2-0 down after just two Tests but Prior claims England believe they can still win the five-Test series
Peter Siddle may be a vegetarian amid a pack of voracious fast-bowling carnivores but he is still excited by the smell of blood. In his case, Kevin Pietersen’s blood.
The Aussie Angle
The half-built ground was missing the sharpness of the crowd at the First Test but the match is yet to hot up
Panesar, Root and Carberry all failed to cling on in the final session as Australia reached close of play on 273-5 having won the toss
The hosts have retained George Bailey at number six
Harris has suffered with injury in the past but the Australian bowler claims the testing Adelaide pitch won't pose him a problem later this week
Chris Rogers said it was good that Australia had the upper hand after their experiences in England
Selection options for the Second Ashes Test starting on Thursday revolve around how to fill a Trott-sized hole and which bowlers to use, writes Stephen Brenkley in Alice Springs
The last time England were in Adelaide for an Ashes Test, Graeme Swann, during pre-match nets, passed on a few words of advice to a young off-spinner, who was combining trying to make his way in the game with earning a living tending to the turf at the Adelaide Oval. It is a very different surface Swann will bowl on this week when the second Test gets under way and it is also a very different Nathan Lyon who will be pulling on a baggy green cap rather than the overalls of a groundsman.