Injury concerns follow the announcement of the first ever day-night Test match at the Adelaide Oval, as players come to grips with a new pink ball. Jessica Adamson reports.

The final Ashes warm-up game shapes as a selection trial for Aussie all-rounders Mitchell Marsh and Shane Watson.

On his 26th birthday in the first Ashes Test of 2010, Peter Siddle came to the bowling crease with England in the steady position of 4-197. He knocked over Alastair Cook, Matt Prior and Stuart Broad in consecutive balls to write himself into Ashes folklore.

With his career on the line, Steve Waugh played undoubtedly the most memorable innings of his long Test career. Needing a four off the final ball of the day to reach his century, Waugh blasted Richard Dawson to the cover boundary and soaked up the applause.

Shane Warne's first ball in Ashes cricket - a beautiful leg-break that drifted, spun and bounced into Mike Gatting's off-stump - sent a shiver down the spine of every English batsmen for almost 15 years.