Steven Finn
Finn finished with career-best figures of 6-79 in the third Ashes Test. Getty Images

England take on Australia in the fourth Test match of the 2015 Ashes series at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, from 6 August to 10 August.

Where to Watch Live

The match starts at 11am BST. Live coverage is on Sky Sports 2 (Sky Sports Ashes) and Sky Sports 2 HD. Click here for live streaming link.

Overview

Following the 405-run defeat at Lord's, England bounced back and won the third Test by eight wickets in less than three days. The latest victory may make England feel the second Test loss was a decade away.

It was a match where almost everything fell into place for the hosts. Steven Finn was the star player with the ball alongside James Anderson. Right-handed batsman Ian Bell managed to get back into form after scoring two half centuries.

England will miss James Anderson after the star bowler picked up an injury in the second innings at Edgbaston. Mark Wood could replace him and has a huge role to play in the fourth Test.

Mitchell Johnson
Johnson produce some of his very best to storm through England again.Getty Images

Australia need to avoid defeat in order to have any hope of retaining the Ashes. Skipper Michael Clarke's batting form has been a concern for the visitors. There could be a possibility of Adam Voges being promoted ahead of Clarke, while the latter could bat at No 5.

The Australian batsmen have disappointed as no player has managed to score a cumulative score of over 100 in both innings of the third Test. Another worrying factor would be the poor form of Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon.

Australia will be looking to take advantage of Anderson's absence and trouble English bowlers, whose lineup boasts the likes of Stuart Broad, Finn and Wood. It will be for the first time Broad will lead England's bowling attack without Anderson.

Prediction

England to win

Betting Odds (888Sport)

  • England to win: 28/13
  • Draw: 37/13
  • Australia to win: 15/14

Team News

England

Possible XI: Alastair Cook (c), Adam Lyth, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Stuart Broad, Steven Finn, Mark Wood.

Australia

Possible XI: Chris Rogers, David Warner, Steve Smith, Adam Voges, Michael Clarke (C), Peter Nevill (wk), Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Johnson, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon.