Cricket: England rally around captain Cook and hope to salvage some pride
PERTH (AFP) - England will be battling to avoid another series whitewash in the fourth one-day game against Australia on Friday, and are rallying round their beleaguered captain.
Australia triumphed by seven wickets with 10 overs to spare in the third one-day international in Sydney on Sunday to sweep the series 3-0, with Alastair Cook admitting for the first time he will reconsider his captaincy after the weekend's final 50-overs match in Adelaide.
But England spinner James Tredwell says the team who also lost the Ashes 0-5 still has some fight left in them and supports Cook.
"We've spoken a lot about pushing back and giving them a bit of their medicine," Tredwell said. "We're trying to be really honest with ourselves. We understand that we've not been good enough on this tour.