A video of Australian coach Darren Lehmann and former cricketers Glenn McGrath and Ryan Harris talking about how important is the Lord’s Test for their side, which trails 0-1 in the Ashes 2015. READ: Ashes 2015: Australia needs serious introspection after humiliating defeat to England in 1st Test at Cardiff

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.