Ashes 2015: England 'proud' to stifle Australia's Michael Clarke
Seamer Stuart Broad says England are "proud" of negating Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes.
Clarke, 34, has made only 94 runs in six innings with a best of 38 and said his form meant Australia had been "playing with 10 players".
- After last week's eight-wicket victory, England take a 2-1 lead into Thursday's fourth Test at Trent Bridge and Broad said: "We've made it hard for Michael.
"We talk a lot about him and are proud of the way we've bowled at him so far."
- Clarke has played 113 Tests and averages 49 but has gone 10 innings since making his 28th Test century, which came against India in December last year, and questions over his future as skipper have been raised.
- "We know how dangerous he is. He is such a key player for them and it's been going well so far," said Broad, the leading England wicket-taker in the series with 12.
England have had an inconsistent year, with their first three Test victories of 2015 each followed by a defeat. Source