Australia versus England: a pictorial history of every test match since 1877
With forewords by Sir Leonard Hutton, Sir Donald Bradman and Alan McGilvray, this large-format illustrated history tells the story of Anglo-Australian cricket from 1877 to 1989. Voted Britain's Magazine Sportswriter of the Year in 1988, the author is founding editor of TWisden's Cricket Monthly' and has published several books on cricket.
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A.E. Stoddart A.R. Border Adelaide Armstrong Ashes Australia won ball Bannerman Bardsley Barnes batsmen batted Bedser Benaud Botham bowled Boycott Braund Brearley C.B. Fry captain catch caught century Compton Cowdrey D.G. Bradman Darling debut Edrich Emburey England won fast bowler FIFTH TEST fifth wicket follow-on four FOURTH TEST Frank Woolley Gatting Giffen Greg Chappell Greig Grimmett Hammond Hassett Headingley Hendren Hookes Hughes Hutton I. T. Botham Ian Chappell Knott Laker Larwood Lawry left-arm leg side Lillee Lindwall Lord's lunch M.A. Noble Macartney MacLaren Mailey Marsh Match drawn McCabe Miller minutes O'Reilly off-spinner Old Trafford Oval pitch play players rain Rhodes Richardson runs S.F. Barnes score second day SECOND TEST second wicket slip Spofforth stand stumps Sutcliffe TEST Australia Test cricket TEST England Test match THIRD TEST Thomson took Trent Bridge Trueman Trumble Trumper Tyldesley victory W.G. Grace wicketkeeper wickets fell Woodfull Woolley