Australia’s opening batsman Chris Rogers, who had to leave the field midway during the second innings of the Lord’s Test due to dizziness, is reportedly recovering well for to be available for the third Ashes Test that begins on Wednesday at Edgbaston.
Former Australian pacer Brett Lee goes down memory lane as he recollects his famous moment with ex-England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff moments after the culmination of the 2005 Edgbaston Test - a moment famously titled as the ‘Spirit of Cricket’.
England pacer Stuart Broad believes that his team will come out with a completely improved performance, especially in the batting department, when the third Ashes Test begins at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali has stated that he isn't worried about Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson despite the left-arm pacer's devastating performance in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s last week.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who retired hurt after experiencing a dizzy spell in the second innings of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is improving, according to team doctor Peter Brukner.