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Clarke demands more of bowlers — and himself

Australia's Michael Clarke walks back to the pavilion after being caught out by England's Adam Lyth for three runs on the second day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on July 30, 2015Australia captain Michael Clarke called for an improved performance by his attack and was even harder on himself after an eight-wicket defeat by England in the third Test at Edgbaston left his side 2-1 down in the five-match Ashes series. A remarkable match ended inside three days as England pacemen James Anderson and Steven Finn took six wickets each in below par Australia scores of 136 and 265 respectively on a seaming but far from unplayable pitch in Birmingham. As a result, Australia’s bowlers didn’t have anything like sufficient runs to play with, particularly when England were chasing a modest target of 121 for victory.

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