Ian Bell, who guided England to a 8-wicket victory in the third 2015 Ashes Test on Friday suggested that the win reminisced the 2005 Ashes Test at the same venue. The English batsman praised the England pacemen James Anderson and Steven Finn who took six wickets each in below par Australia scores of 136 and 265 respectively on a seaming but far from unplayable pitch in Birmingham. A remarkable match that ended inside three days gave England a lead of 2-1 in the ongoing tournament. READ: England ease past Australia by 8 wickets in 3rd Test at Edgbaston, take 2-1 lead in The Ashes 2015

Meanwhile the skipper Alastair Cook has challenged his side to end their frustrating inconsistency by winning two Tests in a row and regaining the Ashes at Trent Bridge.“Discussions over a beer tonight will be on that line but we have to enjoy the performance here first. Come tomorrow [Saturday] morning we wake up with the challenge of Trent Bridge ahead of us. We have got to be tough on ourselves as players and get ourselves absolutely spot on for that game,” he said. The fourth Ashes Test begins on August 6 at Trent Bridge, where the Australians will aim to make a comeback and force the hosts to play the fifth and final Test as the series decider at the Oval. WATCH: Michael Clarke desperate to deliver for Australia in 2015 Ashes