"They have been for the last six or seven years, but it didn't stop us (winning the Ashes) four years ago", the Australian added.
England's leading wicket-taker James Anderson is making good progress in his rehabilitation from his right calf injury and is expected to be fit for the match, the cricket board said. "Class player", Cricket.com.au quoted Hazlewood, as saying.
"To have that experience with guys who have played it and been there, who have won Ashes Test matches and have won Ashes series is really crucial".
"The more we can put them under pressure early and get stuck into that middle order when the ball is nice and hard and new, that's great".
Pace spearhead Hazlewood said the Aussie bowlers would be doing everything they could to keep that trio firmly in the home town spotlight.
"The top players, you always have to (be patient)".
"I guess there is just more media around at home and bigger crowds".
Farbrace, so influential working alongside Bayliss before taking over as Warwickshire sports director in March, told Omnisport: "I think Trevor has done a brilliant job and I'm so chuffed they won the World Cup".
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"If England can win the Ashes it would be the flawless way to see things home and I see no reason why they can't do that with a great bowling attack, strong middle-order and hopefully the top order can fire".
"We've got a pretty good idea of where we're at and what we want to go with", said Root, fresh from the manic final session against Ireland.
Hazlewood pointed to Nathan Lyon's domination of Moeen Ali during 2017-18 as a prime example of creating doubt in a batsman's mind. Test match cricket, five days, longer spells, is a little bit of a different beast so we'll have to see where he's at and take a little bit from the medical people as well. I couldn't do it without painkillers, which was from the Afghanistan game onwards.
Hazelwood said the five-fast bowlers in the Aussie squad, with Mitch Starc and Peter Siddle also in the 17-man group, were ready to be rotated through the five-Test series to ensure the team had the best possible attack in every match.
"I couldn't get a week's rest in during the tournament because of how close the games were".
"You might get away with a Test with 30 overs under your belt which is fine".
"A couple of the other series I've played in, we haven't been quite suited to the conditions and have gone about it the wrong way".