A video of Australian tearaway pacer Mitchell Johnson answering some really interesting questions put forth by fans, as he and his team continue to prepare for The Frank Worrell Trophy in the West Indies.

Meanwhile, AFP reported that veteran all-rounder Shane Watson said winning a first Ashes away series since 2001 was a huge motivator for the senior members of the Australia squad heading to England this year. Watson, 33, is one of several members of this year’s victorious World Cup-winning team in the Ashes touring party, who are likely looking at their last chance of playing in a triumphant Ashes away campaign.

Captain Michael Clarke 34, wicketkeeper Brad Haddin, 37, and paceman Mitchell Johnson, 33, have all played in unsuccessful Ashes tours. Australia needs to be at its best for Ashes 2015, feels Steven Smith