Adelaide: Brad Haddin admits Australia were not at their perky best on day two of the second Test but insists the side must keep believing in themselves if they are to avoid defeat in Adelaide.
England are 317-2 in its first innings, 72 runs ahead of Australia with Alastair Cook looking unmovable on 136 not out and Kevin Pietersen a destructive force at the crease on 85.
After being bowled out for 245 on the first day, the Australian bowlers struggled — taking just two wickets.
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10:00 PM, Nov 12, 2007