Australia opening batsman Chris Rogers says his team have to find a method to cope with the seaming conditions in England after they bowled out for just 136 on day one of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
Australia fast bowler, and sometimes all-rounder, Mitchell Johnson has become just the second Aussie, behind Shane Warne, to reach 300 Test wickets and 2000 Test runs.
Former Australia batsman and captain Mark Taylor is concerned that Chris Rogers' retirement after the Ashes will badly expose how inexperienced the batsmen are at Test level, especially in foreign conditions.
Former Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris says Mitchell Johnson has no problem with the England fans in the UK, and is handling the sledging from the sidelines much better than he had in 2009, when he bowled so poorly.
James Anderson took six wickets as England's bowlers dismantled the Australia batting line-up on the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on Wednesday.