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Bopara opted for caution as he batted towards England's target with the tail only to be stumped by the television umpire for lifting his foot in the crease as the bail was removed

Ryan Harris has promised to come out at Adelaide with 'all guns blazing' as Australia try to take a two-nil lead in the 2013-14 Ashes

Ashes 2013-14: Ryan Harris promises to come out 'all guns blazing' in second Test despite doubts over his long-term fitness

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

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Ashes 2013-14: Ian Bell puts his hand up, but No 3 role is made for Joe Root

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Ashes 2013-14 comment: Alastair Cook is a problem, and his lack of runs are costing England

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Kevin Pietersen of England during a nets session at Sydney Cricket Ground
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Whatever Kevin Pietersen had in mind when he embarked on his new life, playing 100 Test matches for England was probably well towards the back of it. He was blessed with talent and knew it, but he could have barely imagined it would turn out like this.

Mitchell Johnson’s good form in one-dayers has led to his Test recall

The Ashes 2013-14: Australia pin hopes on Mitchell Johnson and George Bailey making a difference

All-rounder Shane Watson is also named in side although doubts remain over his fitness as he continues recovery from a hamstring injury

Kevin Pietersen will have a scan and treatment on a knee

The Ashes 2013-14: We may be old but we’re not Dad’s Army yet, says England spin bowler Graeme Swann

'Things like injuries occur at inopportune moments. I like retaining flexibility about those sort of things'

Former England batsman Graeme Hick has warned the tourists that they face a much stiffer challenge in this year's Ashes Series

The Ashes 2013-14: Graeme Hick, the batsman who eluded greatness...

Australian batting coach is a warning to England’s new boys

England captain Alastair Cook and Michael Carberry salute the crowd as they leave the field at the end of day one of the tour match between Australia A and England

The Ashes 2013-14: Michael Carberry feels debt of gratitude to Shane Warne

Carberry hit an opening century in England's latest warm-up game

Graham Ford (L) talking to Angelo Matthews (R) during his time as head coach of Sri Lanka

Surrey appoint Sri Lanka coach Graham Ford on a three-year deal

Ford will work alongside former England captain Alec Stewart who takes on director of cricket role

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The Ashes: Stuart Broad expects Australia to try and unsettle England verbally

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