Adelaide. The second Test match of the Ashes series is to be played in Adelaide from 16 December. This will be a day-night test, which will be played with pink ball. England coach Chris Silverwood said Anderson and Broad will be part of the team in the Test. Silverwood said on Sunday evening, both the players will play in the second Test. Jimmy Anderson is now fit and Stuart (Broad) is ready to play the second Test. But I didn’t tell anyone that he is going to be a part of the team now.
Earlier in the first Test played in Brisbane, Australia defeated England by 9 wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the 5-match series. However, England’s pace attackers James Anderson and Stuart Broad were not playing in the first Test match.
Coach Silverwood was quoted as saying by Metro.co.uk, “Both these bowlers have started practicing with the pink ball, both bowlers are experienced and know how to do their job.”
In the first Test against Australia, England had fielded fast bowlers Ollie Robinson, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Ben Stokes and spinner Jack Leach, while the pacers were somewhat economical. Left-arm spinner Leach, 30, conceded 102 runs in 13 overs at an economy rate of nearly eight. He said both Jimmy and Broad are fit and will play in the second Test. Both of them have also started practicing with the pink ball. Both are good bowlers.
After losing the first Test in Brisbane, England captain Joe Root is hoping to make a comeback in the series. It is possible that his hope can be fulfilled through Anderson and Broad. (IANS)
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