Captain Michael Clarke and his deputy Brad Haddin Wednesday insisted Australia's disastrous series in India was history with the team fired up to win back the Ashes from England.
Australian Test cricket captain Michael Clarke speaks to the media following the announcement of the Australian squad for the upcoming Ashes cricket tour to England in Sydney on April 24, 2013. Brad Haddin, who has played only one Test in the past 14 months and turns 35 next week, replaces Shane Watson as Michael Clarke's deputy in a 16-man squad for the five Test series starting in England in July. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD
Australia play five Tests against their arch-rivals starting in Nottingham on July 10, and several of the team are leaving this weekend ahead of the June 6-23 Champions Trophy in England.
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