Daniel Brettig

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Brad Haddin helps Peter Nevill with his wicketkeeping drills

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston, 2nd day

Succession issues prompt hard questions

Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him

Adam Voges chastises himself for a loose shot as James Anderson celebrates

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston, 1st day

Australia's soft centre exposed

The failure of anyone other than Chris Rogers to cope with the conditions at Edgbaston was another worrying sign of Australian fallibility abroad

Peter Nevill gets his third dismissal

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston, 1st day

Selectors had 'no option' but to omit Haddin

Australia's selection chairman Rod Marsh has said that he and the coach Darren Lehmann had no choice but to retain Peter Nevill ahead of Brad Haddin for the Edgbaston Test match

Australia team doctor Peter Brukner talks with Chris Rogers

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Ashes Test, Edgbaston

Australia seek to make 1-1 advantage count

Australia appear to have momentum on their side after a crushing win at Lord's but the series is poised at 1-1 with three Tests to play

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston

Nevill chosen over Haddin for third Test

Australia's wicketkeeper Brad Haddin may have played his last Test match after being formally advised by the national selectors that they will retain Peter Nevill as gloveman for the third Ashes Test in Birmingham

Chris Rogers returns from the nets with team doctor Peter Brukner

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston

Recovered Rogers eager to play

This past week, Chris Rogers the vestibular case has been getting a lot more attention than Chris Rogers the opening batsman

Mitchell Starc struck with his second ball

England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston

Starc taunts England over their uncertainty

Mitchell Starc has effectively dared England to prepare a seaming pitch for the Edgbaston Test, and declared changes to the hosts' batting order show Australia have the upper hand in the series

Michael Clarke reaches for a delivery

The Investec Ashes 2015

Di Venuto tries to mend Clarke's ways

Australia's unassuming batting coach Michael di Venuto has the responsibility for rousing into form a batsman of far greater accomplishment than his own

Michael Clarke opened the batting in the second innings

Derbyshire v Australians, Tour match, Derby, 3rd day

Batting practice for Clarke after Marsh four-for

As Chris Rogers made his first careful steps towards being passed fit for the Birmingham Test with some gentle walks around the Derby outfield, Michael Clarke sought to find his own path to batting form and confidence in the middle