Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ashes last chance

Can England repeat 2005 or pointing stun England. Jonathan Trott will be the new man to make his debut.Ponting praised Hilfenhaus for take much talked Bopara wickets 5 times "When we arrived, which is only a couple of months ago, everyone was talking about how good Bopara was and how much of an impact he's going to have on the series, That hasn't happened. We did feel we had the wood over Bopara, there's no doubt about that. [Ben] Hilfenhaus, especially, had the wood over him. He's got him out five times in the series". England would see South African origin to make a debut today. In a view Strauss "There are lessons to be learned from that Headingley Test match," he added. "Clearly none of us are struggling for motivation this week. Everyone is genuinely excited about playing this game of cricket. It could be a very, very special game of cricket. If we start the game well we have a really good chance of putting them under a lot of pressure to get back in the game." Jonathan Trott raised in South Africa to a family steeped in cricketing history He played in the Under-15 and Under-19 World Cups for South Africa but is a British passport holder and therefore not considered an overseas player, making his first team debut for Warwickshire in 2003.

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