Haddin asked to be stood down for the Test at Lord’s due to personal reasons and was not recalled for the 3rd.
Michael Clarke’s indifferent form has been matched by Adam Voges at five.
From the 405-run defeat at Lord’s, England bounce back to beat Australia inside three days at Edgbaston.
England beat Australia in comprehensive fashion to go 2-1 up in the five-match series.
Australia hold a lead of 23 with three wickets remaining and three days to play after Steve Finn ripped their middle-order apart.
After conceding a 145-run lead, Australia, riding high on the brisk David Warner, are keeping England on their toes at Edgbaston.
England lose four wickets and score 98 runs in the morning session of Day 2 at Edgbaston.
Steve Finn’s 5/45 helps England reduce Australia to 168/7 on Day 2 of third Ashes Test.
Anderson’s six for 47 helped dismiss the tourists for 136 on the first day of the third Test at Edgbaston.
After Anderson show, England batsmen put up a decent show to keep Australia under pressure on a rain-curtailed Day 1.
Runs through the Australian batting line-up with 6/47 after Finn causes early damage; hosts 133/3 in reply to visitors’ 136.
England bounced back from the heavy defeat in the Lord’s Test as they bowled out Australia for a paltry 136 in 1st innings on 3rd Test.
England end Day 1 on 133/3, trailing Australia by 3 runs after Anderson took 6 wickets to bowl out Australia for 136.
Ricky Ponting believes Brad Haddin may have played his 66th and final Test in the defeat to England in Cardiff.
Chris Rogers, 37, had been struck on the helmet by James Anderson before making 173 in the first innings at Lord’s.
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