Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin says that England look like a broken side to him, ahead of the fifth Ashes Test in Sydney.
He bases his assumption on the number of catches England have dropped during the series, which Australia lead 4-0 as they chase a 5-0 whitewash.
Haddin has scored 390 runs to help his side regain The Ashes and he has strong views on where the England side finds itself with one match remaining.
"I don't think they're in a great place to be perfectly honest," he said.
"You could probably tell a bit of that in their fielding the other day. That's the first thing to go when you're struggling a bit.
"All the team stuff, all those little one percenters, they're the first thing to go when you're struggling as a team. The batting and bowling, it's an individual thing. But the team stuff looked like it was breaking a bit."
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