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Wednesday's Ashes gossip column

Chris Tremlett
Tremlett took seven wickets in the match against Australia A

England will select Surrey quick Chris Tremlett over Tim Bresnan and Ajmal Shahzad to replace the injured Stuart Broad in the third Test.
Full story: the Guardian

Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson, dropped for the second Test, is likely to be recalled for the meeting between the two sides in Perth. If Australia opt for a three-man pace attack then Peter Siddle, the hosts' hat-trick hero in Brisbane, is most likely to be omitted.
Full story: Sydney Morning Herald

One of his West Australia team-mates believe that Johnson is only one decent net session away from refinding his form with the ball.
Full story: Herald Sun

Spinner Michael Beer has been getting acquainted with his new international team-mates after being called up to the Australian squad.
Full story: Perth Now

The majority of respondents to the Sydney Morning Herald's poll believe England will win the match and retain the Ashes in Perth.
Full story: Sydney Morning Herald

Retired spinner Shane Warne says, as much as he would like to rejoin the Ashes fray, Australia will have to do without him as he is lacking match fitness.
Full story: Herald Sun

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see also
Tuesday's Ashes gossip column
14 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Monday's Ashes gossip column
13 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Sunday's Ashes gossip column
12 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Saturday's Ashes gossip column
11 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Friday's Ashes gossip column
10 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Thursday's Ashes gossip column
09 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Wednesday's Ashes gossip column
08 Dec 10 |  Cricket
Tuesday's Ashes gossip column
07 Dec 10 |  Cricket
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