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Joe Root speaking to the media in Adelaide

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Former England batsman Graeme Hick has warned the tourists that they face a much stiffer challenge in this year's Ashes Series

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Australian batting coach is a warning to England’s new boys

England captain Alastair Cook and Michael Carberry salute the crowd as they leave the field at the end of day one of the tour match between Australia A and England

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Ford will work alongside former England captain Alec Stewart who takes on director of cricket role

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