Londoner and Scotsman beat Australia's Marinko Matosevic and Poland's Michal Przysiezny
Finn has not played a minute of Test or ODI action having been selected in the original squad for the Tour of Australia
Cook was walking back to the pavilion within the first over but Ravi Bopara stares with the ball to earn 172-run victory
Williams admits she is not looking forward to the expected heat that will hit the first week of the opening Grand Slam of 2014
Anderson was back in the wickets as England reduced Australia to 164-9 leaving the tourists with a 91 run lead
Three wide-margin wins over England have put the hosts in an unassailable lead already
Nothing could disguise the extent to which England had been outplayed across the series
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
Cook’s reckless men who are a fading force are being outplayed by average side
Former England opener Geoffrey Boycott has criticised the application of the national team's current batsmen after yet another devastating collapse against Australia.
Brad Haddin, tough as teak and in the form of his life, has been around long enough to know what really counts. “You need to have luck in this game,” he said after scoring his fourth Test hundred yesterday. “You can have all the technique you want but everyone needs to have luck. I had my share.”
The Aussie Angle
The hosts have retained George Bailey at number six
Tim Bresnan says he was always aiming to return in time for the second Ashes Test after suffering a stress fracture of the lower back in August.
Australia are trying desperately to avoid getting ahead of themselves. They have England precisely where they want them, they are in front in an Ashes series for the first time in seven years, but they sense that it could all yet go horribly wrong.
Bresnan has recovered from a stress fracture to his lower back and could feature in the Second Test in Adelaide later this week