Sport Kevin Pietersen can either wait for the IPL auction next month or play county cricket in England

There are rumours that the batsman's England career is over

Kevin Pietersen walks after his controversial dismissal

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Reviews have become one of the biggest talking points of the series

England bowler James Anderson runs out Australia’s Steve Smith

Australia 527-7 dec & 172-7 England 368: England can retain Ashes as rain looks to frustrate bold Aussies

England did not much resemble a team who were 2-0 ahead in the series and intent on making it three

Stuart Broad was criticised after failing to walk despite edging the ball at Trent Bridge

Ashes 2013: Controversial umpire decisions of the 2013 series...so far

The on and off-field decisions have been firmly in the headlines throughout the series, so we take a look at the controversy so far

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Ian Bell on the Ashes 2013: Our aim was to keep Australia in the field and wear them down mentally

View From The Middle: I can’t really explain my recent form. I’m trying to keep things as simple as possible

Ashton Agar is run out by England’s James Anderson

Ashes 2013: Appalling Australians fall apart but England join second Test carnage

England close on 31 for 3 - a lead of 264

The England wicketkeeper’s appeal led to the first Test’s most vital decision

Ashes 2013: Matt Prior - 'I asked Brad Haddin if he had edged it... he nodded'

Prior tells of the crucial moment when Hot Spot came up trumps for England

Michael Clarke and Ashton Agar look towards umpire Aleem Dar after the Stuart Broad incident

Angus Fraser on the Ashes: Wouldn’t cricket be better off without DRS until the wrinkles are ironed out?

The game has created an animal that we don’t know how to control

Michael Clarke (left) and Shane Watson are all friends in the slips at Trent Bridge

Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke called Shane Watson 'a cancer on the team' alleges fired Australia coach Mickey Arthur

Leaked documents for unfair dismissal case  reveal full extent of the split in Australian camp

Ashes 2013: Umpires Aleem Dar and Kumar Dharmasena face rapid return to the front line

With only four of the ICC’s elite umpire panel eligible for the Ashes, reputations are at risk

England celebrate their victory after a compelling first Test

Ashes 2013: After a perfect start, the only problem is actually coming up with something to follow it...

Wonderful series ahead as Australia prove to be no one’s whipping boys

Jimmy Anderson celebrates after taking the wicket of Ashton Agar at Trent Bridge

Ashes 2013: The complete package - how James Anderson became England’s go-to man

Anderson’s precision with the ball was staggering

Stuart Broad ’s non-dismissal when he was caught behind on the third day only for umpire Aleem Dar to deny Australia, was the most prominent moment

Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke won’t be driven to distraction by DRS in the 'Technology Test'

It will be remembered as one of the most exciting Ashes battles, but Trent Bridge 2013 might  also become known as “The Technology Test”.

Stuart Broad celebrates the wicket of Australia's Shane Watson to get England on the board after an opening stand of 84 (Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Poll: Cricket, Morality and Stuart Broad

The actions of England cricketer Stuart Broad this week have started a conversation transcends mere matters of sportsmanship to touch on wider questions of morality.

Closing in: Graeme Swann is mobbed after trapping Steve Smith lbw just one ball after Michael Clarke was caught behind

Ashes 2013: Double review ends Michael Clarke’s resistance to give England the edge

Australia captain and Steve Smith perish in two balls as bowlers grind on towards a First Test victory - but first-innings hero Agar is still there...

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