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Paceman Mitchell Johnson is still a class act despite a poor first test with the ball but Australia know he will not get the fast pitches he thrives on in the rest of the ashes series, coach Darren Lehmann said.Starc took seven wickets and Hazlewood five in a chastening defeat for Australia while Johnson, England's tormentor Down Under in 2013-14 with 37 victims, went wicketless in the first innings and took two for 69 in the second.Australia have to quickly regroup with the second test starting at Lord's Thursday and while Lehmann thinks the pitch at the home of cricket will offer more pace he is not optimistic.
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