Australian pacer addressed the press after the end of day three of the second Ashes Test at Lord's. Siddle was optimistic about Australia's chances and said they can find an escape route to save the match.

While England ended day two with a virtual control of the match, by the end of day three there were completely on course for a 2-0 lead thanks to an unbeaten 178 by opener Joe Root.

Siddle said that they just have to be positive come out on Sunday morning and try to pck early wickets. He also added that Australia bowled well in the first two sessions, kept the run-rate in check even if the wickets weren't coming. However, he admitted that the last session completely changed the course of the match.