Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Sat 02 Mar 2024 Ashes 1st Test: Gabba track was a blow to advertising Test match cricket It is difficult to see how the Aussies can expect to regain the Ashes after their performance in the first Test. What is more difficult to see is why was there no criticism of the track that was prepared for the first Test match at Gabba in Brisbane. Cook's 235 not out forces draw in First Ashes Test Alastair Cook scored a career best of 235 not out while Andrew Strauss and Jonathan Trott scored centuries to help England pull off an incredible draw despite having their backs to the wall. Ponting counter-punches at the death after England domination Aus Vs End Ashes 1st Test: RICKY Ponting counter-punched in the final session in the opening Ashes Test to salvage some pride before the game was called off with 15 overs to play. Aus vs Eng Ashes 1st Test Scores: First Test ends in a draw Aus vs Eng Ashes 1st Test Live Scores from Brisbane: England head to this week's second Adelaide Test with all the momentum after dominating Australia over the final two days of the Ashes opener which ended in a draw at the Gabba on Monday. Ashes 1st Test Live Scores: Strauss and Cook helps Eng in lead Brisbane: Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook shared a 188-run opening stand to lead England to 238-1 at tea on the fourth day as the tourists worked to save the first Ashes Test against Australia. Aus vs Eng Ashes 1st Test Live Score:Aus 480; Eng 19/0 & 260 Stumps Day 3 Australia vs England Ashes 2010 Live Score: Australian batsmen’s, Michael Hussey and Brad Haddin have scored centuries each. Australia vs England (Aus vs Eng) Live Test Day 3 was kicked-off on Saturday. Hussey, Haddin tons put Australia in charge of Gabba Test Overnight batsmen - Michael Hussey and Brad Haddin scored centuries and piled up a massive 6th wicket partnership of 307 to flay England on the crucial third day's play of the Gabba Test. Michael Hussey and Brad Haddin put Australia out of sight AUSTRALIA is in a match-winning position after Michael Hussey and Brad Haddin batted England into submission at the Gabba today. The home side leads by 202 meaning England must mount a stout rearguard action over the final two days to save the match.