England's James Anderson, left, and Stuart Broad talk each other during their Ashes cricket test against Australia in Brisbane, Australia, Monday, Nov. 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Tertius Pickard)
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England must sweep aside the distraction of the Ben Stokes saga and get the ball swinging if they are to move back on level terms with Australia when day-night cricket makes its Ashes debut in Adelaide this weekend.Whether or not it was a ruse to get Stokes ready to play a part in the series while a decision is awaited over a potential assault charge, it is certain that England will not be able to call on his considerable talents at Adelaide Oval.They will have James Anderson and Stuart Broad on board, however, and it is the prospect of the experienced pace duo getting the ball moving that has had the second of the five tests long marked out as the most likely for an England win.While Anderson and Broad shared 10 wickets when England won their maiden day-night test against the West Indies earlier this year, Australia's pacemen have used the Kookaburra pink ball to win all three of theirs – two of them at Adelaide Oval.
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