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Q&A: Stuart Broad

Third Ashes Test: Australia v England
Venue: Perth Dates: 16-20 December Start time: 0230 GMT
Coverage: Listen live on Test Match Special on BBC 5 live sports extra, Radio 4 LW & online; highlights (UK only) and day's review on the TMS podcast; live text commentary on BBC Sport website; live on Sky Sports 1; highlights on ITV4

Stuart Broad
Stuart Broad will hope to bounce back from injury in early 2011

As you may have read, England's injured fast bowler Stuart Broad is joining the Test Match Special commentary team for the third Test.

And as a special bonus, he will be answering questions from listeners and BBC Sport website users during the big match in Perth.

Here's your chance, using the form on the right-hand side of this page, or by tweeting Test Match Special producer Adam Mountford (start your tweet with @TMSproducer), to quiz the 24-year-old Nottinghamshire star.

You may want to ask Stuart about his abdominal injury and when you hope he will make a comeback with the 2011 World Cup looming large on the horizon.

There are plenty of topics - the excitement surrounding the current series, Stuart's own exploits in the 2009 Ashes, and his century against Pakistan at Lord's last summer.

We look forward to receiving your questions, and will try to get as many as possible answered by the man whose father, Chris, was part of the last England squad to win an Ashes series in Australia in 1986/87.

The deadline for submitting questions is 2200 GMT on Wednesday.

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see also
Broad to join Test Match Special
13 Dec 10 |  Test Match Special
Australia ring changes for Perth
10 Dec 10 |  England
Injured Broad ruled out of Ashes
07 Dec 10 |  Cricket
England in Australia 2010-11
08 Oct 09 |  Cricket
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