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Picture of the day - Debutant Jonathan Trott run out by Australia's Simon Katich

Jonathan Trott made amends in the second innings.

England batsman Jonathan Trott was run out by Australia's Simon Katich during the fifth Ashes Test at the Oval on this day in 2009.

Debutant Trott's first Test innings ended in disappointment when, having reached 41 in his side's first innings, he was brilliantly dismissed by Katich fielding at short leg.

However, the Warwickshire batsman was to make amends in the second innings when he plundered 119 from a total of 373 for nine declared as England set the tourists a mammoth 546 to win the series.

If his was the major contribution with the bat, it was bowlers Graeme Swann and Steve Harmison who ultimately settled the match in the home side's favour by 197 runs.

Swann claimed the wickets of opener Katich, the dangerous Mike Hussey, Marcus North and Brad Haddin on his way to four for 120, while Harmison mopped up the tail with three for 54.

Trott did not have to wait long to gain a measure of revenge for his first innings dismissal when in December the following year he ran out Katich before he had faced a ball on the first morning of the second Test in Adelaide.

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· There are no Brits in the women's 100m hurdles final, but Puerto Rico's Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, fresh from breaking the Olympic record in the semis, will hope to pip world record holder Kendra Harrison to gold (3.50am)
· The women's 5000m final also has no Team GB representation, but two-time world champion Hellen Obiri of Kenya will be looking to add an Olympic gold to her list of honours (1.40pm)

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· Australia, who edged past Team GB's in a seven-goal quarter-final thriller, take on Sweden in the second semi-final (12pm)

· The track cycling schedule gets underway, with Team GB holding a particular interest in the team pursuit qualifying. Laura Kenny is part of the women's team (7.54am), while the men's team includes Ed Clancy (9.02am)

· The Gadirova twins Jessica and Jennifer will both take part in the women's floor final as they look to add to their team bronze (9.57am)

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