Broad confident of salvaging England's pride in T20 matches against Australia

Melbourne, Jan 29 (ANI): England's Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad is confident that his squad can salvage something from the final three matches against Australia.

England has last chance of gaining some respectability in three T20s after 5-0 whitewash in the Tests and 4-1 thumping in the one-day series.

Australia will be without key players David Warner and Shane Watson, all-rounder James Faulkner will miss the match with a knee injury while Mitchell Starc won't feature till the second T20 match.

Broad is upbeat, despite having torrid past three months, reports.

He said there's a lot of confidence, certainly with our batting line-up and the power and skill that England possesses.

Broad further said his players are hungry to perform well after getting battered at the hands of Australia for three months. (ANI)

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