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Brad Haddin Highlights The Hidden Flow-On Effect Of Jonny Bairstow’s Bungles

The third Ashes Test in Leeds hangs in the balance after a brilliant day one, but the match could well be in England’s favour had they held on to their chances in the field.

England grassed four chances – two each to keeper Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root – to keep Australia in the contest, and Haddin says the poor fielding and catching starts with one man.

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England have dropped 14 catches in the series, with Bairstow dropping six as well as missing a stumping.

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Those figures are in stark contrast to Australia’s gloveman, Alex Carey, who has been almost perfect behind the stumps this series, taking 15 of 17 chances.

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