When Australia walk in to meet England at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday, Dec 4, 2013,, the ongoing Ashes series will have yet another decider in the offing.
The Aussies are 1-0 up after they beat the Englishmen in the first Test of the current series. They will now be looking to consolidate their position as the series rages.
The match is scheduled to start at 12:00 GMT, 5.30 a.m. India time.
History has it that Australia has won the last Ashes series after they got a boost in the first Test in 2006-07. They went on for a clean sweep and drubbed England 5-0 then.
Going by what folks at ESPN Cricinfo said on December 4, even if the match ends in a draw, the Aussies wouldn’t be so concerned as they would look forward to the bouncy WACA which is a favourite home pitch that would help them big time.
Ashes 2013 live scorecard: Aus vs Eng 2nd Test:
Follow the ball-by-ball scorecard here.
Meanwhile, Adelaide is the current scene of action and the England team would look at finding a way to regain their confidence.
They were out for less than 200 in both innings at the Gabba. With both sides capable of major batting collapses, we need to watch the proceedings closely.
Live telecast and streaming info:
Willow TV will be live streaming the Ashes 2013 in the United States. Watch HERE.
Australia : Michael Clarke, Steven Smith, George Bailey, Chris Rogers, David Warner, Shane Watson, Brad Haddin, Mitchell Johnson, Peter Siddle, Ryan Harris, Nathan Lyon.
England : Alastair Cook, Michael Carberry, Joe Root, Kevin Pietersen, Stuart Broad, Tim Bresnan, Graeme Swann, James Anderson, Ian Bell, Gary Ballance, Matt Prior.
The highlights will be uploaded here after the match is over.