A video compilation of Shane Watson, Australia’s all-rounder being dismissed leg-before wicket and then reviewing it with the Decision Revew System. Watson had a horrendous outing in the first Ashes 2015 Test as he was dismissed for the 28th and 29th times in his Test career leg-before, most for an Australian player with more than 50 Test innings.

According to AFP, Australia coach Darren Lehmann has said the tourists are prepared to make changes for the second Ashes Test, amid speculation all-rounder Shane Watson is set to be dropped. READ: Ashes 2015: Australia needs serious introspection after humiliating defeat to England in 1st Test at Cardiff

England won the series opener by a crushing 169 runs with more than a day to spare in Cardiff on Saturday. The match saw Watson twice out in familiar fashion, lbw in both innings for modest scores of 30 and 19, while Australia captain Michael Clarke only utilised his medium-paced bowling for 13 overs in the match. Watson has now fallen lbw 39 times during the course of a 59-match Test career repeatedly blighted by injuries, and has only passed 50 twice in his last 16 innings