Australia skipper Michael Clarke has said that his team will come out to play in the final Test with the intention to win it and end the tour on a high.

Australia have lost seven of their last eight Tests, a losing streak interrupted by a rain-affected draw at Old Trafford.

However, vice-captain Brad Haddin insisted a side led by world-class batsman Michael Clarke could avoid becoming the first Australia team since Greg Chappell's side lost 3-0 in England in 1977 to go through an Ashes series without winning a Test.

"There's a lot of belief in the changing room that we can win this last Test," wicketkeeper Haddin said.
"We've been in a position over the Tests to put ourselves in a position to win, we just haven't been good enough in the big moments.

"We've shown glimmers of where we can be as a team, but we haven't done it for long enough.

"To get ourselves in a position that we did at Durham and then finish the way we did, it takes a lot out of you," Haddin admitted.