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England ensure first drawn Ashes series since 1972 after beating Australia in final Test

talkSPORT Sunday, 15 September 2019
England must wait for their chance to reclaim the Ashes urn but Stuart Broad and Jack Leach ensured a first drawn series since 1972 by condemning Australia to a 135-run loss at The Oval. Last week’s win at Old Trafford ensured the tourists would be the ones lifting the one of sport’s smallest but most […]
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News video: Joe Root and Tim Paine reflect on Ashes series after England take a draw in the last Test

Joe Root and Tim Paine reflect on Ashes series after England take a draw in the last Test 01:07

England have walked away from the 2019 Ashes with a draw after levelling the series at 2-2 following victory at The Oval. Australia retain the urn though, after winning the last Ashes series Down Under.

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