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The return of this deadly bowling in Australia’s team, read full news

At this time the whole world is full of Ashes. Australia took a 2-0 lead in the Ashes against England. Fast bowler Scott Boland could be given a chance to debut in Test cricket in the third Ashes Test match starting on Sunday in Australia, while England have made four changes in their squad for the match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

This bowler got injured

Australia’s stormy bowler Jhye Richardson has been injured. At the same time, Michael Neser has been out due to muscle strain. Scott Boland is a very good bowler. Everyone is crazy about his bowling. Boland was taken into the team earlier this week. Boland can get a chance due to the exclusion of two important bowlers. Josh Hazlewood is already out with an injury, which means captain Pat Cummins and Boland are the two new additions to the Australian playing XI.

Cummins was out first

Australia captain Pat Cummins was already ruled out of the second test match due to Covid-19. Cummins did not play in the second Test in Adelaide due to close contact with a person infected with Covid-19 and was captained by Steve Smith, while Neser got a chance to debut. Cummins will now lead the team again. Cummins said on the eve of the match, “Joy and Neser are suffering from a muscle strain after the Adelaide Test and so we decided to include Scotty in the team.” ,

Australia took the lead

The Australia team is leading 2-0 in the five-match series and with a win at the MCG, they will take the Ashes. Australia has geared up for this while England is desperate to make a comeback. England have also made four changes in their team with the intention of keeping the series alive. He has not kept opener Rory Burns, fast bowler Stuart Broad, Ollie Pope and Chris Woakes in the team. Fast bowler Mark Wood and spinner Jack Leach will make a comeback in the playing XI, while Jacques Crowley and Jonathan Bairstow will play their first Test in the series.

Butler will remain the wicketkeeper

England has also confirmed that Jos Buttler will continue to be the wicketkeeper even if Bairstow joins the team. Butler is confident that his team will be able to make a comeback in the series from the Boxing Day Test match.
“We certainly didn’t come here just to take part in the match and give the 70,000 spectators a chance to celebrate another Australia win,” Butler said. He said, ‘We have to come back. We want to win the series. We want to win this Test match.

Both teams are as follows

Australia: David Warner, Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland.

England: Joe Root (captain), Haseeb Hameed, Jacques Crowley, David Malan, Ben Stokes, Jonathan Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Mark Wood, Ollie Robinson, Jack Leach, James Anderson.

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