Photo courtesy: Shane Warne on Instagram
Photo courtesy: Shane Warne on Instagram

Well, this has to be one of the finest photos of these two Australian legends clicked in recent times. While Glenn McGrath has been in London for the coverage of the Ashes 2015, Shane Warne will be joining commentary team from the second Ashes 2015 Test onwards, which is a must-win clash for Australia. The first Test was won by England by a huge margin of 169 runs, and Australia face no less than a test of character to bounce back.

Meanwhile, Australia, reeling from the late withdrawal of wicket-keeper Brad Haddin, are reportedly set to drop Shane Watson for the second Ashes Test at Lord’s on Thursday as they bid to level the five-match series at 1-1, AFP reported. READ: The Ashes 2015: Where was the intensity at Cardiff?

Watson was twice out lbw cheaply in all-too familiar fashion as England, against many pre-series predictions, won the first Test in Cardiff by the crushing margin of 169 runs with more than a day to spare last week. READ: Ashes 2015: England win key moments to outclass Australia in 1st Test at Cardiff

With his medium-paced bowling barely used by captain Michael Clarke at Sophia Gardens, Australia’s Fairfax Media reported Wednesday that the 34-year-old Watson would be dropped at Lord’s and replaced by fellow all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, 11 years his junior.