James Anderson asked England's senior players to meet up to assist the side with re-establishing pride with a cutthroat exhibition in the fourth Ashes Test later an embarrassing innings and 14-run misfortune to Australia in Melbourne.
Australia held the Ashes with two Tests to save with the Melbourne win, having as of now won by 275runs in Adelaide and nine wickets in the Brisbane opener.
Britain will be without lead trainer Chris Silverhood for the fourth Test, later a positive COVID-19 test in the visiting party on Wednesday constrained him to segregate for 10 days, yet Anderson supported his group to battle through their difficulties.
"We need to re-establish some pride and attempt to contend. That is our principle centre as players," Anderson told British media.
"We need to shut out what's going on off the field and spotlight on the fourth and fifth Tests."
The Veteran seamer, who is playing in his tenth Ashes series, approached more experienced players in the England crew to support the group's assurance.
The fourth Ashes Test will happen at the Sydney Cricket Ground from Jan 5 to Jan 9