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England: England are on the verge of creating history. They are just one win away from retaining the Ashes Urn for the 3rd time in a row. The only enemy they might have now is their over-confidence and complacency. Ian Bell is in the form of his life and has already notched up two splendid centuries in the series. With 317 runs to his tally, he is by far the leading run-scorer. Joe Root has grabbed the opening slot and made it his own with a match-winning 180 in the 2nd Test at Lord’s. Jonny Bairstow has got some starts and looked impressive in the series. So there wouldn’t be any change in the squad unless any got injured.
Australia: Australia on the other hand need their batmen more specifically top order batsmen to perform who failed so far to deliver and Australia had lost the match even before the match had passed the half-length. So the batsmen must perform if they are to win against England and get back in the series so that they can try at least to draw the series.
Series: The Ashes 2013
Match: England vs Australia 3rd Test Match 2013
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Dated: 01 August 2013 to 05 August 2013
Match Timings: England vs Australia 3rd Test match will begin on Thursday, 01 August 2013- 10:00 GMT, Local Time 11:00
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Match Preview: England leading the 5 match Ashes series 2-0 and they need one more win to secure the series win. A decade ago no one even in their wildest dream would have imagined that a touring Australian Ashes side would be on the verge of being labelled as the worst unit to have ever put a foot on the shores of England. That tag is almost a certainty now unless Michael Clarke’s men can pull off a miracle as they go into the 3rd Test against England at Old Trafford in Manchester, 2-0 down in the series fully aware that a loss at the historic venue would not only mean that the Ashes urn would remain with England but it would also equal a 125 year old 7 match Aussie losing streak and leave Australian cricket at one of its lowest points in history.
The visiting Australian side do not need more inspiration than what the situation demands. A look at the numbers and what’s at stake – the series along with their pride and reputation, is enough motivation for them to give it their all. But the question is if this Australian team have the ability and the skill-set to topple a world-class English side? Most former players and experts are of the opinion that they do not! Ashton Agar’s freak heroic performance in the opening Test at Trent Bridge, albeit in a losing cause, rekindled hopes of an Australian fightback and an exciting keenly contested series. But soon everything, including the enigmatic personality of the new coach, Darren Lehmann, was washed away as the hosts thrashed their traditional foes in the Mecca of cricket. The humiliation at Lord’s was a result of an insipid and uninspiring batting display by the visitors and though some of their batsmen got some invaluable runs in the tour match against Sussex at Hove, the real test awaits at Manchester!