MATCH OF THE DAQ previews England v Australia – the second Ashes Test which continues at Lords today.

We’re on the Aussies and already there have been plenty of chances to trade on BETDAQ from the recommended pre-match price of 4.2. But we need a change of fortune now with England long odds-on.

Second Ashes Test
England v Australia
10.30am, SKY

(Max last 10 only)
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England have predictably named an unchanged squad for the second Test which starts at Lords this morning.

The England squad for second Ashes Test: AN Cook (capt), JE Root, IJL Trott, KP Pietersen, IR Bell, JM Bairstow, MJ Prior (wkt), TT Bresnan, SCJ Broad, GP Swann, JM Anderson, G Onions, ST Finn.

Alastair Cook heaped praise on “outstanding” James Anderson after the fast bowler guided England to a nailbiting 14-run win over Australia in the Investec Ashes Test against Australia at Trent Bridge.

Anderson showed admirable stamina as he bowled 13 successive overs on the final morning, his burst of three wickets for six runs helping to give him 10 in the match.

His final wicket was in keeping with a match littered with twists, turns and controversy, with a DRS referral needed before Brad Haddin (71) was ruled to have got a slight edge to Matt Prior behind the stumps.

Judged on the 1st Test 4.2 Australia looks far too big on BETDAQ. The 1st Test could easily have swung either way at the death and if nothing else you should be able to have a myriad of trading potential at that price to lock in a profit.

RECOMMENDATION: (1-10 points)
10 points win AUSTRALIA to win 2nd Test at around 4.2 on BETDAQ

Thursday: NO BET
JULY RETURN TO DATE: -8.18 points

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