20 years since Australia great Adam Gilchrist made his Test debut; Wicketkeepers pay tributes to the "revolutionary"
"Gilly changed the role of the wicketkeeper-batsman. But the way he revolutionised the role, you had to become an allrounder and contribute more with the bat."
In the list of batsmen with most Ashes centuries, Steve Smith is currently in third place, behind only Don Bradman and Jack Hobbs.
2001 was the last time Australia won an away Ashes series. If they are to correct that, here are the players who will be crucial to their chances.
From the blistering starts produced by Jason Roy to the lethal Mitchell Starc, here is a look at the men who made the cut in our team of the tournament.
Australia won the toss but that was the only thing that went their way in Edgbaston as they were bundled out for 223 before the hots got to the target with 17.5 overs and eight wickets to spare.
On the back of Aaron Finch's century, Australia post 285/7. That was too much for England as Australia's left-arm pace duo accounted for nine wickets as the hosts were bundled out for 221.
Australia have won four games out of five thanks to Aaron Finch's century and another master class by Mitchell Starc.
Australia looked set for a massive total after David Warner's century but lost their last eight wickets for 84 runs and were bowled out for 307. But that proved to be enough against Pakistan who were bundled out for 266.
After the bowlers did their part and bowled out Afghanistan for 207, Aaron Finch's 66 and an unbeaten 89 from David Warner helped Australia win by seven wickets.
From the sublime to the sub-standard, there is plenty to talk about when it comes to the various World Cup jerseys.
Steve Smith and David Warner were back on the squad after serving their ban, but there was no room for Josh Hazlewood or Peter Handscomb.
The Virat Kohli-led India are 2-0 ahead in the series will look to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series.
The Aaron Finch-led Australia are trailing 2-0 in the series and the 'Men in Yellow' will have to put their best foot forward to win the third ODI.
The Virat Kohli-led India ticked all the boxes to thrash Australia by six wickets in the series opener on Saturday.
Australia's total of five for 245 exceeds the previous record chase of 244 set by India against the West Indies in 2016.