Ashes Debate Podcast: England fighting to save Old Trafford Test after last Australia strike

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Rory Burns impressed on top of the order for England but after Josh Hazlewood made three late strikes, are the hosts struggling to save their odds of regaining the Ashes?
Jonathan Trott joined Bob Willis and Charles Colvile to explore a mixed day for England since Burns’ and captain Joe Root’s 141-run third-wicket stand was brought to an end during the night session as Josh Hazlewood picked up 3-18 in a searing six finished charm to depart the hosts 98 runs due to the follow-on goal with five wickets spare.
Bob was impressed with opener Burns’ character and capacity to focus out in the middle for lengthy periods of time, while former England batsman Trott considers the batsman has enhanced with had more time to bat.
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– Burns has enhanced playing against the ball
– Have Australia switched to short-pitched bowling?
– Is it frustrating to determine Joe Root don’t convert another?
– Are the umpires on bowling?
– How players use the nets of and in between matches
– What are England’s chances of winning or rescuing this Test match?
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