The third boxing test of the Ashes will start on Sunday (December 26) at midnight. And so the two teams announced on Saturday (December 25) with multiple changes ahead of the Test.
England captain Joe Root wants to forget the wounds of two consecutive draws and play the last Test of the year. He says it is possible to get the Ashes canopy from here too. On the other hand, with the third Test, Pat Cummins is returning as Aussie captain again. All-rounder Cameron Green’s goal is to secure the series in this match despite the indications of fierce competition from England.
Beginning at the Gabba in Brisbane, fate has not changed at the Adelaide Oval. The story of the frustration of the English in the Ashes of white dress seems to be getting longer and longer. Who will be the savior of the three lions obsessed with anxiety! In Melbourne, however, the new sun will be seen
He has no choice but to survive in the series. Because losing this match is the end of it all. Ajira will hold the ashes. Batting has suffered a lot in the first two Tests. It’s been a few days so special work is being done in this place.
The English captain himself is giving hope. He says his team has proved its worth many times before. I want to write the story of return once again as my back is against the wall.
England captain Joe Root said: “Look, there is no doubt about the team’s ability. There is a lot of talk about batting. But with the exception of these two Tests, we have played great cricket throughout the year. I worked on a number of technical issues before the third test. The series is not over yet. I have confidence in the team, I just want to move on from here. ‘
The Aussie camp is in the exact opposite position of the English. After winning the first two Tests of the Ashes, the host Australia has already reached the threshold of winning the series. After such a dazzling performance at home, this time the eyes are on England to lose the series 5-0.
Hasib Hamid, David Malan, Jack Crowley, Joe Root (captain), Ben Stokes, Johnny Bairstow, Jos Butler, Mark Wood, Oli Robinson, James Anderson and Jack Leach.
David Warner, Marcus Harris, Pat Cummins (captain), Marnus Labushan, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wicketkeeper), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon and Scott Boland.