England team director Andy Flower determined to win Ashes series

Flower focused on winning series
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England team director Andy Flower says that the players are solely focused on winning the series against Australia after retaining the Ashes yesterday.

England team director Andy Flower has insisted that the players will not celebrate retaining the Ashes just yet as they attempt to clinch the series.

England's Ashes glory was confirmed when the third Test at Old Trafford was abandoned due to rain yesterday, leaving them 2-0 up against Australia in the series.

"There are no extravagant celebrations," BBC Sport quotes Flower as saying.

"We want to win the series. We are only three matches into a five-match series and are 2-0 up, so we want to win at Durham."

The penultimate Test begins on Friday.

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