"In 2010/11 when there was a general sense of malaise around Australian cricket and a sense of foreboding leading into the series," said Haigh.
"But it shows the folly of the selectors in taking Stokes and Ballance two guys who haven't played at all in that bear pit when Compton or Taylor should have been there instead."
"We have seen Australia suffering in the UK and there's nothing like that to build up a sense of grievance and annoyance which has concentrated itself on the England team.
But the Sky Sports pundit feels Andy Flower's side may regret not selecting a back up batsman with Test experience Adidas Rose 6 Boost after instead picking the uncapped Ben Stokes (Durham) and Gary Ballance (Yorkshire).
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Australia skipper Michael Clarke was fined by the ICC for using "obscene, offensive or insulting" language towards England seamer James Anderson during the first Test in Brisbane, which the host won by 381 runs.
Meanwhile, Australia legend Shane Warne criticised his homeland media for being "personal" and "embarrassing" in their coverage of the Ashes series to date, even describing them as "the worst in the world".
Confidence is the reason for Australia's sledging
"That leaves a vacuum and the tabloid press has to use its imagination to build the contest up."
Plus, David Warner accused Jonathan Trott who has returned home due to a stress related illness of batting in a "poor" and "weak" manner against left arm quick Mitchell Johnson.
Wills said: "Trott's departure is a big blow but you have to take that in the context of how he was playing, especially to short pitched fast bowling, so it may not be that much of a blow.
"But Australia now feel they have a better chance and have the wind in their sails and they want to let you know about it.
Vacuum"The Australian local tabloid press got a bit ridiculous and overheated before the first Test but Test cricket doesn't provide an abundance of news when the game isn't being played.
Snape added: "One thing that has been England's great strength over the years is the amount of leaders they have created and after the barrage from Australia they need to stand up and show the way.
the first time in four series.
Former England seamer Bob Willis says Trott's withdrawal may not be crushing for the reigning Ashes holders as the Warwickshire man is not in peak form with the bat the 32 year old scored 10 in the first innings at The Gabbe and nine in the second.
And Haigh, who writes for The Australian, says this level of buoyancy is down to the Baggy Greens being confident of seizing the urn for Y-3 Adidas Boost
backing England to unite following Trott's exit and to give Australia a stern examination over the remaining four games of the series.
feel the Baggy Greens have a genuine chance of regaining the Ashes.
However, onetime spinner Jeremy Snape who now acts as a sports psychologist is Adidas Rose Youth
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