Ashes Test: England bowlers strike back as 14 wickets fall on Day 1 at Trent Bridge

Australia pacer Peter Siddle bagged the bragging rights on Day 1 with his eighth five-wicket haul in Tests - his fourth against England.

updated: July 11, 2013 09:55 IST
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Nottingham, England: Steven Finn brought England back into the first Ashes Test as bowlers held sway on an overcast opening day at Nottingham's Trent Bridge on Wednesday.

At stumps, Australia were 75 for four in reply to England's seemingly meagre 215, a deficit of 140 runs, after 14 wickets had fallen in the day's play. (Day 1, as it happened)

Fast bowler Finn took two wickets in two balls before England spearhead James Anderson produced a superb delivery to clean bowl Australia captain Michael Clarke, the tourists' best batsman, for nought.

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