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Bob Willis has urged England to make wholesale changes for the fourth Ashes Test on Boxing Day.
Bob Willis believes under-fire England should turn to the natural pace of Steven Finn for the third Test.
Bob Willis feels David Warner should have curbed his tongue after his criticism of Jonathan Trott.
Bob Willis backs Surrey seamer Chris Tremlett to make an impact for England in the final Ashes Test.
Can Australia rally? Will Onions return? Are batsmen cheating? It's Bob Willis on the fourth Test.
England's post-Ashes dip is down to tired minds and problems with the batting order, says Bob Willis.
England fully deserve their place in Test history for the emphatic manner of their Ashes win, says Bob Willis.
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