Having gone 2-0 down in the Series, Cook knows that they need to win in Perth if England are to have any chance of winning the Ashes
Harris is struggling with a sore knee but is expected to be fit for the Third Test which begins in Perth tomorrow
The half-built ground was missing the sharpness of the crowd at the First Test but the match is yet to hot up
Three missed catches take shine off solid opening day for tourists as Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar justify selection and Ben Stokes performs well in first Test
The hosts have retained George Bailey at number six
Tim Bresnan says he was always aiming to return in time for the second Ashes Test after suffering a stress fracture of the lower back in August.
Bresnan has returned to fitness after recovering from a stress fracture in his back
Chris Rogers said it was good that Australia had the upper hand after their experiences in England
My being on the BBC shortlist shows the impact of success in the Ashes
Waugh believes Warner was 'out of order' for making personal comments about Trott before his Ashes departure
Australia v England, First Test, , fourth day: Few crumbs of comfort for Cook’s shattered side as they look to turn round another Test series after a disastrous start
1. Jonathan Trott
The first session of the First Test has often proved a pivotal passage of play in Ashes series Down Under. Even the first ball; Steve Harmison’s wide to second slip in 2006, or Michael Slater smashing Phil DeFreitas through cover point for four in 1994. It tends to “set the tone”, as the pundits like to say – and the tone in the Sky Sports commentary box these days is like a dressing-room banter free-for-all.
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