England will feel they owe it to Jonathan Trott to turn their Ashes campaign around after their uncomfortable experience in the big first Test defeat at the Gabba.
England slipped to a dismal 381-run defeat to Australia in Brisbane as the hosts struck a powerful psychological blow early in the Ashes series.
Stuart Broad made an instant and lasting impact with four wickets in the first two sessions of the Ashes at the Gabba.
Victorious Australia captain Michael Clarke was unrepentant about his sledging of England's James Anderson as antagonism took hold at the conclusion of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
David Warner and Michael Clarke turned the screw against England with twin hundreds as Australia took complete control of the first Test at the Gabba.
Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin revelled in a "wonderful hour-and-a-half" as Mitchell Johnson led a demolition of England's middle order at the Gabba.
Michael Clarke may have a job awaiting him as an England selector when his stint as Australia captain comes to an end after his prediction for the tourists' XI for the first Test was proved correct.
England failed to cope with the pace of Mitchell Johnson as they lost six wickets for nine runs in a hapless collapse which turned the first Ashes Test on its head at the Gabba.