Johannesburg: Australian pace bowler Mitchell Starc has added fuel to the ongoing row over the state of pitches being used for the Ashes series on Monday by saying that England does not know what they want to do.
Following a humiliating 405-run defeat at the home of cricket, England coach Trevor Bayliss has called for 'typical English seaming wickets' instead of low and slow deck of Lord's that played in the hands of the visitors.
Ahead of the third Test, the 25-year-old pacer said that England are not really sure what they want to do now, Sport24 reported.
He said that some of their team want batting-friendly wickets which didn't help them at Lord's and now they want to get their bowlers back in the game.
He, however, insisted that the Ashes-holders have got the pace and they have got all bases covered.
The arch rivals will lock horns in the third Ashes Test starting from tomorrow in Edgbaston.