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Michael Clarke couldn’t imagine his international swansong going any better, having signed off with an innings and 46-run victory in the fifth Ashes Test.
Rain looms as the only roadblock to Australia winning the fifth Ashes Test, a result likely to gladden and grate retiring captain Michael Clarke.
Michael Clarke has outlined his hopes for Australia’s time of transition after signing off with an emphatic yet consolatory Test win.
Where was this at Trent Bridge? Australia’s batsmen continued a belated show of steel before their English counterparts bottled it on a dramatic second day of the fifth Ashes Test.
Australia reached 0-82 at lunch on Thursday’s opening day of the fifth Ashes Test, showing the sort of grit that was so sorely lacking at Edgbaston and Trent Bridge.
Australia will confront another raging green seamer at The Oval, with Michael Clarke calling the Ashes finale a test of his side’s character.