Melbourne: The Ashes may be won but Australia opener Chris Rogers said Saturday he goes into next week's fourth Test against England on feeling under pressure. (Click here for full Ashes coverage)
While Australia locked up an unassailable 3-0 series lead with victory in Perth earlier this week to reclaim the urn surrendered to England in 2009, Rogers admitted his personal contribution has been less than compelling.
Rogers has scored a total of 156 runs from six innings with only two half-centuries for a series average of 26. He said that, at age 36, his time at Test level cannot endure too many low scores with players, such as Phil Hughes, pressing for a place in the Australia team. (Also read: Clarke calls Watson team man)