Wednesday, August 10, 2005


The third test in the current Ashes is very interestingly poised with the English on a high after the win at Edgbaston and the Aussies suddenly appearing vulnerable and seemingly out of their wits.

Nothing seems to have gone right for the Aussies ever since the win at Lords. McGrath's injury seems to have given the self-belief that the English lacked. Now with Brett Lee doubtful, things have become very bleak for the tourists. Warne is a great bowler and he displayed all his tricks in the second test. But then the rest of the bowlers went for runs. It is highly unlikely for Gillespie and Kasprowicz to get the English batsmen out for low scores twice in the match.

The batting machine is also not in top shape with most of the batsmen not firing. The unexpectedly hostile bowling from Harmison and company has created doubts in the minds of the Aussie batsmen.

Ponting does not want the posterity to remember him as the captain who surrendered to the English. A good test match is on the cards with the both sides keen to have the psychological edge.


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