Captain Cook calls for ‘History’ at Trent Bridge

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London:England skipper Alastair Cook has called on his team mates to create by winning the fourth Ashes Test and the series for a fourth consecutive time at home, when they take on Australia from Thursday. Captain Cook said that the way series is poised, anyone scoring big, would get his name etched in history forever.

He further said that it would provide a great opportunity for someone to make his name in English cricket,BBC reported. England is likely to field either Mark Wood, Liam Plunkett and uncapped left-arm seamer Mark Footitt in their final eleven for the test at Trent Bridge. On the other hand, Kevin Pietersen said that England will miss the service of fast bowler James Anderson in the fourth test.Pietersen said England would miss the skill and energy of the injured star bowler.He said that it would be a huge benefit for Australia knowing they don't have to face the skill and movement of Anderson's bowling, Sport24 has reported.But he also praised Steve Finn, Stuart Broad and Mark Wood for their skills.

England has a 2-1 lead over Australia, with wins at Cardiff and Edgbaston, and a loss at Lord's.