Ashes: Shane Watson demands Australian pride in Sydney
Fourth Ashes Test (day three, stumps): Australia 98 & 169-6 v England 513 Venue: Melbourne Dates: 26-30 December Start: 2330 GMT (25-29 Dec) Coverage: Live on Test Match Special on BBC 5 live sports extra, Radio 4 LW & online; TMS highlights online (UK only) and day's review on the
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Bresnan celebrates the wicket of Watson
Australia opener Shane Watson has urged his team to "restore some pride" in the final Test at Sydney after their dismal display over three days in Melbourne.
The hosts are 169-6, still 246 runs behind England, who are set to retain the Ashes with one match to spare.
"We really have to go out there in Sydney and try to keep some of the supporters on side," Watson told the BBC's Test Match Special.
Ryan Harris will miss the final Test with a stress fracture of the tibia.
The 31-year-old fast bowler developed the problem during England's first innings and is expected to require surgery.
Australia coach Tim Nielsen confirmed on his Twitter account that Harris will be sidelined for eight weeks, which will also rule him out of the one-day series and the World Cup.
Watson admitted he and his team-mates were feeling "shattered" after they followed their series-levelling effort in Perth with a meek surrender in Melbourne.
With Harris unlikely to bat in the second innings, England will probably only need three wickets on Wednesday morning to take a 2-1 lead in the series.
"We haven't played well over these last three days at all so it's very disappointing to be in the place we are now," Watson added.
"We know what it takes to be at our best but our consistency isn't great and we aren't able to back up good performances from Perth.
"The Australian fans have come out and supported us - and we haven't really given them anything to support."
Australia's woeful Ashes displays have raised questions over Ricky Ponting's future as Test captain.
The skipper has also struggled with the bat, looking distinctly out of touch on his way to 20 in Australia's second innings on Tuesday.
But Watson backed his captain to rediscover his best form and insisted the team are still behind their leader.
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