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England v Australia: Ashes third Test preview

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England v Australia: Ashes third Test preview

England v Australia: Ashes third Test preview

England and Australia are getting ready for the third Ashes Test.

England captain Joe Root said that England batsman Jason Roy has passed a concussion test after being hit during nets ahead of the third Ashes contest at Headingley.

Whereas Australia captain Tim Paine insists it is not solely the responsibility of Marnus Labuschagne to fill the void left by Steve Smith in the third Test.

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