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After the disappointment of the first Ashes Test, England are once again in a bad position heading into the third day in Adelaide. The contest looked finely balanced when Australia ended the first day on 273-5 but centuries from Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin took the game away from England.

After England were swept aside by Australia in the opening Test, Hoggy will be appearing on BT Sport Live to discuss his thoughts on the crushing defeat at the Gabba.

Just two months after England retained the Ashes with a 3-0 victory over Australia, one of sport’s most iconic series has begun once again at the Gabba in Brisbane. Hoggy has featured across a range of media platforms including BBC News, BBC Radio 5 Live and Sky Sports News commenting on the build-up and reaction to the series.

Hoggy appeared on BT Sport Live to discuss his decorated career and the upcoming Ashes series.

On 11th September 2013, one of England's all-time great cricketers announced his retirement from the sport after 17 years. Matthew Hoggard MBE was known as the 'King of Swing', confounding some of the world's best batsmen. Today, Matthew will begin his final first-class match playing for Leicestershire against Hampshire.

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