Josh Hazlewood struck twice in his first two overs before Mitchell Starc cleaned up England with the new ball to banish any thoughts of a famous upset
The Ashes currently seem a distant prize for England after they went 2-0 down but the captain believes the team are in a better state than they were four years ago
Stats highlights from the final day's play between Australia and England at Adelaide
Steven Smith was nervous enough about Australia's chances of closing out a 2-0 Ashes series lead that he popped a sleeping pill the night before day five in Adelaide
Josh Hazlewood has not been at his best in this series, but his pinpoint onslaught on the fifth day at Adelaide effectively sealed the Test
England gave themselves a chance of pulling off an unlikely victory with Joe Root anchoring their pursuit of 354 after James Anderson led the way with the ball
For the first time in the series, Steven Smith was not smiling as Australia's limitations began to tell
Australia's assistant coach admitted the team probably made an error in not enforcing the follow-on on the third day in Adelaide
Plenty has gone right for Steven Smith so far in the Ashes, but he endured a frustrating evening in Adelaide
James Anderson took his first five-wicket haul in Australia after 30 innings and also became the oldest to do so in Australia since Glenn McGrath in 2006
James Anderson finally has a five-for in Australia and his continued excellence should be enough to win over his most reluctant admirers
Think England have got a chance on the final day at Adelaide? Pah, think again. Australia always find a way to be killjoys in crucial Ashes contests.
England claimed four cheap wickets in the final session after Australia opted not to enforce the follow on but they were still facing a 268-run deficit at the end of day three
Mitchell Starc said that Steven Smith did not consult his fast bowlers before opting not to enforce the follow-on on the third day of the second Ashes Test
For many years a support act, then last summer a novelty, Nathan Lyon has become very much the main attraction this summer
The realisation that Australia are not an outstanding side will just add to England's belief that they have let themselves down
Shaun Marsh completed his fifth Test hundred as Australia declared on 442 for 8 to pile the pressure onto England
England have been hamstrung by injuries to the bowlers who could have added some extra zip to the Ashes squad, but regardless of success at home they must address the need for speed
The England coach said he had not been involved in any planning for the on-field verbals and does not believe they send a good image to the next generation
England hope Mark Wood will be available to play for them in the two-day warm-up match in Perth ahead of the third Test.While Wood is not currently part of the England squad, the Test team's chronic l
The reactions on Twitter after Shaun Marsh, one of the much-debated picks in Australia's Ashes squad, scored a hundred in Adelaide
Shaun Marsh celebrated his hundred by launching Stuart Broad for six and it is a shot that will take its place in Ashes history
England managed to take four wickets - including that of Steven Smith for 40 - but Australia had nevertheless built a solid platform after Joe Root's decision to put them in
Usman Khawaja accepted there was a lingering frustration that Australia's top order had spurned a chance to bat England out of the game
Craig Overton's parents were in the 55,000-strong crowd at Adelaide to see his debut - and a memorable maiden Test wicket
England were enraged by Australia's conduct at the Gabba and Steven Smith was their chief target
England managed plenty of verbal aggression but bowling aggressively was strangely beyond them
Also, Moeen Ali won't be England's saviour. You heard it here first
A gift of a pair of signed wicketkeeping gloves belonging to his late father has been a happier Ashes moment for Jonny Bairstow
Fans wishing to listen to commercial-free, ball-by-ball radio coverage of the Ashes series at the venue will need to bring their own radios after Cricket Australia froze out the ABC and the BBC
Steven Smith's extraordinary returns in recent years have contrasted with Australia's hit-and-miss results. Something will have to give at Adelaide
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The second Test swung back and forth multiple times, before Australia made sure of victory on the fifth morning
Jonny Bairstow in the spotlight as England embark on a must-win second Ashes Test under the floodlights at Adelaide
Five-wicket haul for James Anderson from 30 innings in Australia - Previously he had taken four wickets on four different occasions .
Wickets for Nathan Lyon against England. Lyon has more than fifty wickets against England and India respectively. Lyon is the ninth spinner from Australia to this feat.
Centuries scored by Marsh in Tests - This is only his second century at home from 19 innings and first against England.
Deliveries it took to dismiss Steven Smith for the first time this series. He faced 326 balls in the first Test and 90 today.
Instances of teams choosing to field after winning the toss from 7 day-nights Tests. However both the day-night tests at Adelaide was won by Australia fielding first.