Despite Australia getting off to a strong start on Day One of the final Ashes Test, England fast bowler James Anderson says there is still a long way to go at The Oval.

Shane Watson exorcised all his demons of the past by scoring a magnificent century to take Australia to a total of 307 for four at stumps on Day One of the fifth Ashes 2013 Test at The Oval. Watson was dismissed for 176. Steven Smith was unbeaten on 66 at the end of the day along with Peter Siddle on 18. Watson and Smith put together a 145-run partnership for the fourth wicket to hand Australia the upper hand going into Day Two.

Stuart Broad has annoyed Australia's players and supporters with his behaviour during the ongoing Ashes, which England lead by an unbeatable 3-0 with only the final Test at The Oval, which started Wednesday, left.
The 27-year-old Broad angered his Australian opponents in particular during England's narrow 14-run first Test win at Trent Bridge, his Nottinghamshire home ground, when he refused to walk after a thick edge deflected off the wicketkeeper's gloves to slip.