The first Ashes Test at Edgbaston has come down a thrilling final day with Australia requiring 174 runs while England are after seven wickets.
History is against Australia but former Test gloveman Brad Haddin has detailed the “big key” for the Aussies and what it takes to win when chasing a large target.
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Australia has not chased down a target of more than the 281 they require in this Test since the second Test in Johannesburg against South Africa in 2011.
That Test is mostly remembered as Pat Cummins’ debut, but Haddin scored a crucial 55 in the run chase as the Aussies squared the series after being bowled out for 47 in the first Test loss in Cape Town.