Ashes test

No evidence of match-fixing in third Ashes Test between Australia and England, says ICC

The Sun newspaper published a story last year which claimed they had been offered information from two bookmakers relating to match-fixing during the game.

But following an investigation into the matter, the ICC are confident there is no basis to the allegations.

"We have carried out an extensive global investigation with anti-corruption colleagues from Member countries based on the allegations in The Sun and the material they shared with us," ICC general manager - anti-corruption Alex Marshall said in a statement.

Marsh brothers join Waughs, Chappells

The hosts, already 3-0 ahead in the series with the urn secured, reached 578 for five at the break after England had toiled for another session at the Sydney Cricket Ground for the reward of one wicket.

It was Mitchell Marsh who departed for 101 on the delivery after he had secured his second century of the series when Tom Curran cleaned bowled him to break the 169-run partnership between the siblings.