The Aussies' second innings scores were higher than their first innings scores in every Test, with the sole exception of the Gabba, where their second innings was left uncompleted at 107-1.
Is this the first time ever that an Australian top 4 has gone through a 5 match series without a century?
For the record I expected him to get around 18 wickets and probably make 2 match-winning or turning spells.
He only got the one in the end but doubt he'll be complaining about it.
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