He may be the fastest bowler in the world, but Brett Lee does not fit the recognised model of the modern paceman. Read his interview in the Sunday Times:
The slate will be clean at 11 o’clock in Brisbane when that first ball is bowled. It doesn’t matter what’s happened recently with England; it doesn’t matter what’s happened recently with Australia, there’s going to be a lot of nerves on both sides on November 23. It’s a love/hate thing. England hate to lose to Australia; we hate to lose to England, but there’s respect on both sides. And there will be some great cricket played.
Also read Robin Scott-Elliot's piece in the same paper. England expect a barrage of bouncers in Australia, he writes, but it will not match up to the assault suffered on the 1974-75 tour.

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan is a former assistant editor at Cricinfo