Trevor Bayliss has urged England to keep the foot on Australia's throat now they have their Ashes foes on the canvas again.
Bayliss, England's Australian coach, wants to maintain the feel-good factor from the thrashing of Michael Clarke's team at Edgbaston as the Investec Series moves to Trent Bridge.
Alastair Cook's yo-yo men – no other team in Test history has experienced such a win-loss swing over seven matches – have already relinquished one lead, following victory at Cardiff , with the meek surrender at Lord's .
But they head to Nottingham, knowing that a repeat of their Birmingham brilliance will have sport's most famous urn back in English hands this time next week.
"We'll certainly be playing to win," Bayliss said.
"I think we can take some lessons out of this match – some of the Australians will be under pressure, as we were in this game and, hopefully, we will be able to build on that pressure in the next match and not let them up off the floor.
“The message to the boys is to go away and relax for a few extra days, but come back with their own personal plans in place.
"Confidence is a great thing to have, but we've got to be aware that we had that after the first Test and we got to Lord's and I don't think we bowled terribly well with the new ball on day one.
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"It's a good sign they were able to put that behind them – they put it down to a bad performance.
"They were disappointed and a little embarrassed, I think, by the way they played.
"To move forward, you've got to admit your mistakes, be honest with yourself and they certainly were that in the changing room after Lord's.
"If you do that, you're able to move forward and they showed here what they're capable of."
Bayliss has also been taken aback by the impact a vociferous 24,000 sell-out Brummie crowd had on the eight-wicket win and called for more of the same for the shift across the Midlands.
"The atmosphere was fantastic, it was a pity it wasn't 100,000 in the stadium, but at times it sounded like that, with the trumpets playing and the singing," he said.
"Certainly, I know the boys enjoy playing in front of that type of atmosphere. I've heard it said it is a bit like having a 12th man on the field with you – and, if that can continue, it would be great."
One other significant factor, heading into the pivotal, penultimate match, is the return to form of Ian Bell .
Having shifted up the batting order, he became the first England No.3 to score two 50s in an Ashes Test since Robin Smith 22 years ago.
Bayliss said: "He's obviously a class player and, like a lot of guys a bit out of the runs, he took the positive course of action and took it front on.
"Yes, the ball might move around more early on, but there's more gaps early on too and he's a nice clean striker of the ball.
"When you do that and you hit the gaps, the runs can build up pretty quickly."
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