Ashes 2013/14 podcast: Second Test, day five

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Last Updated: 09/12/13 6:16am

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After their mauling in Brisbane, England needed to put in a much-improved showing in Adelaide but it simply didn't happen and they folded to a 218-run defeat.

As ever, our pundits are on hand to share their views and reflections on all the action and discuss the biggest talking points - on and off the field!

With five former England captains in the commentary box - Nasser Hussain, Andrew Strauss, Mike Atherton, Sir Ian Botham and David Gower - not to mention the enigma that is Bumble, there'll be plenty of chat to catch up on and no doubt one or two spicy moments!

On today's podcast...

Nasser Hussain, David Gower and Andrew Strauss join us to reflect on another humbling Test defeat for England and look at their options ahead of the third Test, which begins in Perth on Friday.

Hussain says there is no need for knee-jerk reactions and Strauss remains adamant that there isn't much between the sides, but after their second heavy defeat can England defy history and win the series?

No England side has ever come back to win the Ashes from 2-0 down so it's a good job the tourists need ONLY to draw the series to retain them!

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Watch highlights of today's play on Sky Sports 2 from 10am. The Ashes Verdict returns to deliver its judgement at 9pm on the same channel. Our coverage of the third Test begins at 2am on Friday morning.

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