The Ashes 2013-14: Behaviour of players must improve, says Cook
Australia v England, 2nd Ashes Test
Venue: Adelaide Oval
Date: 5-9 December
Start time: 00:00 GMT
Coverage: Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary from 23:30 GMT on Wednesday 4 December on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, BBC Radio 4 Long Wave and via the BBC iPlayer Radio app, BBC Sport website & BBC Sport app; updates on BBC Radio 5 live; live text commentary on BBC Sport website, app & mobile devices
England captain Alastair Cook admitted player behaviour went "over the top" in the first Ashes Test and has urged both sides to improve their conduct.
Clarke, who will lead an unchanged side in the second Test, said: "We will continue to play a tough brand of cricket on the field but as we've all said, we all know there is a line we can't cross."
He said the on-field confrontations in Brisbane had not diminished Australia's respect for England, who he expects to come back strongly following their
at the Gabba.
"We will play it tough on the field but the respect, as I said after the first Test match, hasn't changed one bit. We still have the ultimate respect for our opposition," revealed Clarke
"They are a very tough team and I think you'll see the England team come out bigger and stronger after losing in Brisbane and make it a tough challenge for us here in Adelaide."
As he did prior to Brisbane, Clarke predicted what he believed would be the England line-up before it has been officially released.
He claimed Joe Root would move up to number three in the batting order to replace Jonathan Trott, who
flew home from the tour
last week with a stress-related illness, and said he expected Gary Ballance to make his Test debut at six.
Clarke also expects seamer Tim Bresnan, who has just
returned from a long lay-off
with a stress fracture of his back, to replace Chris Tremlett.
Given the heavy workload ahead, with back-to-back Tests in Adelaide and Perth, Australia's selection panel have taken the precaution of putting left-arm seamer Doug Bollinger and all-rounder Nathan Coulter-Nile on stand-by to join the squad for the third Test.
They will both be rested from the next round of Sheffield Shield matches and added to the squad for the Waca if required.
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