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The 2013–14 Ashes series is a Test cricket series currently underway between England and Australia. The 1st Test has already been started from yesterday at the Gabba stadium, Brisbane and consequently the remaining four tests to be played at the Adelaide Oval, the WACA Ground, the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Sydney Cricket Ground. In the 1st test Australia won the toss and elected to bat. The results of day-1 of  the 1st test are simply given at the end of this presentation:

The Ashes has always been dominated by the Australians so expectation from cricketing fan of Australia would higher this time too. The Ashes is considered as a series of prestige and reputation among these two countries so it is expected to get the best from both this teams before the Cricket world cup. The popularity of test cricket is still retained, and a lot has to be attributed to this legendary contest. 
The Ashes is one of the most anticipated and exiting tours in the world of International Cricket. Played between Englandand Australia, The Ashes is also one of the most popular rivalries to exist in cricket. It is a cricket series at its purest form. The series comprises of five test matches hosted by either of the two countries. The series is held once every two years. The Ashes have been in existence since the year of 1882.

Although the trophy is at the moment with the English team, it is Australia who has been more successful between the two teams. There have been as many as 327 matches played in this series. Out of these matches, England has won 102 while the Australians have won 133 matches. 

Hours of play (local time): 10am start, Lunch 12.00-12.40, Tea 14.40-15.00, Close 17.00

Australia squad
Michael Clarke(c), Brad Haddin, George Bailey, James Faulkner, Ryan Harris, Mitchell Johnson, Nathan Lyon, Chris Rogers, Peter Siddle, Steven Smith, David Warner, Shane Watson

England squad
Alastair Cook (c),James Anderson,Jonny Bairstow (wk),Ian Bell,Gary Ballance,Stuart Broad,Michael Carberry,Steven Finn,Monty Panesar,Kevin Pietersen,Matt Prior (wk),Boyd Rankin,Joe Root,Graeme Swann,Ben Stokes,Chris Tremlett,Jonathan Trot

    Drinks: Australia - 42/1 in 13.0 overs (DA Warner 26, SR Watson 9)
    Australia: 50 runs in 17.2 overs (105 balls), Extras 6
    2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 106 balls (DA Warner 29, SR Watson 16, Ex 5)
    Lunch: Australia - 71/2 in 25.0 overs (DA Warner 42, MJ Clarke 0)
    Australia: 100 runs in 34.6 overs (211 balls), Extras 8
    Drinks: Australia - 110/5 in 39.0 overs (SPD Smith 19, BJ Haddin 7)
    Australia: 150 runs in 51.4 overs (311 balls), Extras 10
    Tea: Australia - 153/6 in 53.0 overs (BJ Haddin 24, MG Johnson 12)
    7th Wicket: 50 runs in 129 balls (BJ Haddin 23, MG Johnson 27, Ex 2)
    Australia: 200 runs in 71.5 overs (432 balls), Extras 10
    BJ Haddin: 50 off 100 balls (4 x 4, 1 x 6)
    Drinks: Australia - 212/6 in 75.0 overs (BJ Haddin 50, MG Johnson 45)
    MG Johnson: 50 off 115 balls (5 x 4, 2 x 6)
    7th Wicket: 100 runs in 208 balls (BJ Haddin 40, MG Johnson 58, Ex 2)
    New Ball Taken: Australia 235/6 after 80.1 overs (BJ Haddin 60, MG Johnson 58)
    Australia: 250 runs in 83.1 overs (500 balls), Extras 12
    End Of Day: Australia - 273/8 in 90.0 overs (BJ Haddin 78, RJ Harris 4)