Now England will have a real test of baseball strategy at home, the former Australian captain also teased.

The Ashes, the most historic Test series in world cricket, will this time be played in host England. Along with this series of 5 Test Matches, the third edition of the World Test Championship (WTC) will also begin. From June 16, the first test match of the series between the two teams will be played at the Edgbaston ground. This will be a great test for England at home. The strategy with which the English team played so far in the strategy of the new captain and the new manager has been discussed all over the cricket world.

After Ben Stokes became the captain and Brendon McCullum took over as head coach, the fortunes of the England team changed completely. The team has won 11 of 13 test matches. But now will this baseball strategy work against Australia as well. Regarding this, a situation of doubt is being seen in everyone’s mind. Australia started their UK tour in spectacular fashion by defeating India in the World Test Championship final.

At the same time, former Australian veteran captain Steve Waugh also mocked the English team by giving a statement on this baseball strategy. Waugh said in a statement to the Australian media that there is a big question about baseball’s strategy. What plan B does the team have? If they don’t have any other plan, it won’t always work.

The England team, which plays Test Cricket in T20 format, also benefited. He has scored runs at an average of around 4.85 runs per plus in the last year. Regarding this, the team’s veteran fast pitcher, James Anderson, also called it beneficial for the players.

Anderson said in his statement that Ben Stokes has to tell us clearly that he is not worried about the race. He just wants to get 20 wickets as soon as possible. With this thought, we go to the field that soon we will get land.

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