Australia's Josh Hazlewood, center, holds up the ball after taking 5 wickets against England during the final day of their Ashes cricket test match in Perth, Australia, Monday, Dec. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Trevor Collens)
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Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has piled more pressure on England's beleaguered bowling attack ahead of the Boxing Day Ashes test, telling them they are not doing a good enough job with the bat either.Australia have already regained cricket's most famous trophy after they took a 3-0 lead in the five-match series with an innings and 41-run victory in Perth last week.England's bowlers, particularly James Anderson and Stuart Broad, have struggled on the tour, with pitches and conditions rarely offering them the swing and seam movement they extract at home. England's tail by contrast have added more than 100 runs just once in six innings. On average their final five wickets are contributing just another 72 runs to the team's score.
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