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England wants win in 5th test to complete series

 England's Graeme Swann, front, performs a dance with teammates after winning the fourth Ashes cricket test against Australia at the MCG in Melbourne,...
 England's team members perform a dance in front of their supporters at the end of their fourth Ashes cricket test against Australia at the MCG in Mel...

Australia England Ashes Cricket

England's Graeme Swann, front, performs a dance with teammates after winning the fourth Ashes cricket test against Australia at the MCG in Melbourne,...

APTOPIX Australia England Ashes Cricket

England's team members perform a dance in front of their supporters at the end of their fourth Ashes cricket test against Australia at the MCG in Mel...

England cricket coach Andy Flower wants his Ashes victors to refocus for the fifth test in Sydney and finish the tour on a winning note.
Speaking a day after England completed an innings and 157-run win in the fourth test to ensure it holds the Ashes, Flower said Thursday that "it's far too early to feel satisfied."
England leads the series 2-1, marking the first time since the 1986-87 season that they have retained the Ashes in Australia. The fifth test begins Monday.
Flower said the celebrations in the Melbourne Cricket Ground changerooms on Wednesday were memorable and noted some players were conspicuously absent on Thursday morning at the team hotel.


Updated : 2021-04-20 18:19 GMT+08:00