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England are heading for a 5-0 drubbing and must show more fight in the Melbourne Test, says Shane Warne.
Captain Alastair Cook must exert more authority over England team or lose 5-0, says Shane Warne.
Shane Warne says Steve Smith's century on day one in Perth could be a career-defining innings.
Shane Warne says Joe Root is captaincy material while Nasser Hussain calls him 'a star'.
England continue to waste Ian Bell's talents by batting him at No 5, says Shane Warne.
Shane Warne says the destiny of the Ashes could be decided early on day three in Adelaide.
England are down and out after being bashed into submission in Brisbane, says Shane Warne.
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