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ADELAIDE - England's main aim at the start of the final day of the second Ashes test against Australia in Adelaide will be to make sure there is no chance of them losing the game to go 2-0 down in the series.
A draw is the most likely result as England resume their second innings on 59 for one, a lead of 97 over Australia.
But Australia sense a slim chance of victory with centurion Michael Clarke saying: "The morning will be crucial."
England have confirmed captain Andrew Flintoff will bat if necessary after playing down an injury scare.
Flintoff came off the field near the end of Australia's first innings yesterday and only bowled four overs in the day, but the England management said they were not overly concerned about his condition.
Clarke emphasised the way Australia were looking at the final day by adding: "We'll come out fired up and looking for wickets and maybe we'll have a target to chase late in the afternoon. I'm looking forward to seeing Warnie [Shane Warne] bowl out there now it's starting to spin."
If England can avoid a collapse and establish a lead of around 250 then they could give Australia's batsmen something to think about before the third test in Perth on December 14. - BBC