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Alastair Cook is under pressure after scores of two and seven at the Gabba and Betway make him 13-8 not to reach 25 in either innings at the Adelaide Oval.
The Gabba has always been a good pitch and it is probably the quickest in Australia, but with the humidity and with a bit of rain around it should suit the England bowlers down to the ground.
Kevvie Mitchell has meant so much to the Gabba and his work on the playing surface has really been instrumental in a lot of our success as a venue," ESPNcricinfo quoted Conaghan as saying.
On the album, it was solely orchestrated by Gabba and everything was experimented with on the spot.
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The wicket at the Gabba, known for its pace and bounce, is not new to the UAE boys as they had trained in the same type of wicket which had been created at the ICC Cricket Academy in Dubai.
Indeed the grassy pitch at the Gabba has a reputation of being the fastest and liveliest track in Australia.
IN A TANGLE: Tim Bresnan (left) and Ravi Bopara clash as they try to run out Australia''s Nathan Coulter-Nile during the second One Day International at the Gabba
Clarke and David Warner hit centuries as Australia accumulated an imposing 401 for seven, representing an overall lead of 560 as the home side set out to protect their 25-year unbeaten run at the Gabba ground.
England, who won the first series of this year's double header 3-0, are chasing a fourth successive Ashes triumph and a first victory at the Gabba since 1986.
The Newman Government is committed to delivering better infrastructure across Queensland and this upgrade project will ensure The Gabba can continue to host top line cricket like the Ashes and next year s Test versus India, Mr Dickson said.
THE GABBA, BRISBANE - NOVEMBER 23, 2006 From the moment Steve Harmison's opening delivery of the series arrowed wide to Andrew Flintoff at second slip England were on the back foot.