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Old 27th April 2016, 14:13   #10
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As mentioned before though, lots of test matches even between evenly matched sides, are thrashings. The 2005 Ashes was probably unique in having three very close finishes indeed plus two other games that were competitive (although of course Australia walked away with the Lord's test in the end) and the series itself in the balance almost throughout.
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