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At 104 for 1 in the 35th over, West Indies looked in some sort of control over Australia for the first time in the series

Adelaide Test: Often, poor decisions are overrated, and exaggerated, being termed as a key reason behind a team's failure or bad performance.

Australia continued their dominance on the Perth Test, even as New Zealand put up an improved show on day two. Australia had already crossed 400 on the opening day itself, and there was genuine interest over whether David Warner could progress to 300, having resumed the day at 244 not out.

Australia have taken a long stride towards victory in the fifth Ashes Test at the Oval after bowling England out for 149 in the first inning, before enforcing follow on and reducing the hosts to 203 for 6 at stumps on day 3.

Australia clinched the four-Test match series 2-0 to recapture the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after having lost the same following the 4-0 thumping in India.

When India prepared to face Australia at Adelaide, they would not have seen Nathan Lyon as one of their main threats.

Just a few months after being thrashed 3-0 in England, Australia have regained the Ashes in an equally convincing manner, at home.

India completed a superb 4-0 whitewash over Australia through a 6-wicket win in the fourth and final Test at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. The Test match was over inside three days on a pitch that was heavily loaded in favour of the bowlers.

Nathan Lyon claimed his 3rd five-wicket haul to help Australia stay in the contest in the Fourth and Final Test at the Feroz Shah Kotla. India was restricted to 266 for 8 despite a strong opening stand of 108.