Test Cricket - Scorecard: 2015 England v Australia (The Ashes) - 5th Test - 20th August, 2015 - Kennington Oval Ashes 2015 live: England give Michael Clarke a guard of honour as Australia make strong start at The Oval. England vs Australia Live Score - Check out England (ENG) vs Australia (AUS) Live Score, Cricket Score of 5th Test of The Ashes 2015, only at News18 Live Full Scorecard. Live: Ashes 2015 - England v Australia Fifth Test Day 1 from The Oval By Tom Decent Updated August 21, 2015 — 3.52am first published August 20, 2015 — 6.09am JAI BEDNALL news.com.au August 23, 2015 8:20am Reports and scorecards from Australia's 2015 tour of England, which includes five Ashes Tests, five ODIs and a Twenty20 international. The Ashes 2015 DAY ONE recap: England vs Australia cricket score from the fifth Test at The Oval Keep up to date with the action using Sportsmail's live scorecard England take on … Check out All cricket schedule for all series of major cricket playing countries including Pakistan, South Africa, Australia, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, New Zealand, West Indies, England, Zimbabwe and other International teams as well. The 2015 Ashes (named Investec Ashes Series for sponsorship reasons) was a series of Test cricket matches played between England and Australia for The Ashes.The venues were Sophia Gardens (), Lord's (), Edgbaston (), Trent Bridge (), and The Oval (London). Follow the latest news and updates from the Ashes Fifth Test … England VS Australia, 5th Test - Live cricket Score card between England VS Australia, 5th Test, England vs Australia, The Ashes, 2015. The Ashes, 2015 Schedule, Points Table, Final Teams List, News, Venue Details, Series & Player Stats, Expert Analysis, Videos and much more details made available in … England vs Australia, Ashes 2015, 5th Test, Day 2: England look to bowl out Australia on Day 2 of fifth Test. England vs Australia - Ashes 2015 cricket score: Follow the fifth Test from The Oval. England collapse to 107-8 in reply to Australia's 481 after two days of the final Ashes Test. TWO Michael Clarke decisions — one he’d never made before and another stroke of genius — has Australia poised for victory in the fifth Test. (Source: AP) England, after bowling out Australia for 481, ended Day 2 on 107/8, still trailing Australia by 374 runs after their batsmen fell like nine pins to Australia’s bowling.