The 24-year-old played two Tests against South Africa in 2012
Marsh has just seven Test caps after inconsistency and injury blighted his rise through the Aussie ranks
Flower praises 'outstanding' Swann but admits he had hoped the 34-year-old would see out the remainder of the tour
Tourists labour to 226 for 6 before 91,000 crowd
Flower says Stokes' 120 was 'brilliant' but accepts it underlines the batting failures that have haunted the team in their Ashes defeat
England lost in Perth to go down 3-0 in the Series and lose their four year hold on the Ashes
It was yet another day that went to Australia
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
When things go wrong, you go looking for people to blame. Well, it's the players
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.
The Aussie Angle
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.
England’s worries for the Ashes increased today. As if their lack of meaningful cricket were not enough, Matt Prior, their wicketkeeper, failed to take the field for Australia A’s innings on the fourth day of the tour match.
O'Connor was refused onto a flight just hours after the Wallabies one-point victory over Argentina
Rock samples from Apollo 16 mission finally analysed show the moon is millions of years younger than previously thought
The Australian political party founded by Julian Assange is mired in controversy as the election nears