England's Jonny Bairstow, left, and James Anderson, right, walk off the field at the end of their Ashes cricket test match against Australia in Adelaide, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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England's hopes of clawing their way back into an Ashes series fast slipping from their grip will be put to the ultimate test at the WACA where the tourists have won only once in nearly 50 years.The WACA bore witness to the meek surrender of the 2013-2014 series by Alastair Cook's England, and at 2-0 down after Brisbane and Adelaide, Joe Root's men face a similar predicament when the third test starts Thursday.Australia have beaten England in their last seven matches at the WACA and with the hosts' pacemen licking their lips, it may take something truly special from Joe Root's men just to keep the series alive to the Boxing Day test in Melbourne.Managing that would be a victory of sorts, given England need only to square the five test series at 2-2 to keep the coveted urn.
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