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England managed to delay the seemingly inevitable on Sunday in Adelaide, some stoic batting making sure Australia had to wait to go 2-0 up in the Ashes series.
Blackburn duo Josh King and Jordan Rhodes should both be fit for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Charlton at Ewood Park.
Norway winger King (thigh) and Scotland international Rhodes (groin) were unavailable for their countries in midweek but have been back training with Rovers along with Scott Dann (groin).
Dann could assume the captain's armband once more as fellow centre-back Grant Hanley begins a three-game ban for his dismissal against Wigan while the clash is likely to come too soon for long-serving midfielder David Dunn (knee).
Northern Ireland international Corry Evans will definitely miss out, though, as he awaits the results from a scan on an ankle injury he sustained on international duty yet midfielder Dickson Etuhu (knee) and striker DJ Campbell (ankle) are nearing returns.
Charlton, meanwhile, could welcome back Johnnie Jackson and Yann Kermorgant.
Skipper Jackson has missed three matches with a groin problem and striker Kermorgant has been carrying an ankle injury for five weeks.
They have edged closer to fitness over the international break, but manager Chris Powell is conscious that both players attempted comebacks from injuries earlier this season only to break down again.
Powell has no new selection worries following their last outing, a 0-0 draw against Blackpool, but defenders Leon Cort and Chris Solly are still on the sidelines due to knee problems.
Australia's seam attack has fired on all cylinders during the first two Ashes Tests and, on the final day in Adelaide, it was Peter Siddle's turn to take centre stage.
It has been a tough Ashes tour for England's batsmen but Joe Root finally made Australia's bowlers earn their spoils on day four in Adelaide.
The transformation from object of ridicule to the most feared fast bowler in the world is complete for Mitchell Johnson after another devastating spell on day three of the second Ashes Test.