Watson was due to be rested for Friday's match in Brisbane but will also sit out the third and fourth One-Day Internationals in Sydney and Perth
England women claim a 61-run victory over their Australian counterparts to take an important lead in the current Ashes series
Flower praises 'outstanding' Swann but admits he had hoped the 34-year-old would see out the remainder of the tour
England's top order once again collapsed after they looked set to build towards a good score with Kevin Pietersen the only one to push on past 50
Flower says Stokes' 120 was 'brilliant' but accepts it underlines the batting failures that have haunted the team in their Ashes defeat
Swann commented on his brother's Facebook page but has since apologised on his remark via his Twitter account
England lost in Perth to go down 3-0 in the Series and lose their four year hold on the Ashes
Broad did not bowl after suffering the blow to his right foot by a Mitchell Johnson full toss delivery but x-rays have confirmed that he has not suffered a fracture
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
The Ashes holders are 2-0 down after just two Tests but Prior claims England believe they can still win the five-Test series
New measures for west coast come after spate of recent killings – but are slammed by environmental campaigners
Australia can hardly believe what is happening. Two weeks ago as the Ashes series was about to start, the mood was one of despair and lament for the years of glory long past.
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.
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
Australia XI v England, tour match, SCG, fourth day
Australia: 271 for 5