The second Test of the Ashes 2021 will be played between Australia and England starting December 16 in Adelaide. This match will be with the pink ball.
In the first round, hosts Australia defeated England by 9 wickets. In this match, James Anderson and Stuart Broad.
2 players who took the most wickets in Test for England, did not play. Photos of the two of them drinking water also went viral.
Now English coach Chris Silverwood has said that they are both fully prepared for the Adelaide Test.
These players have a chance at Ashes 2021
The second Test of the Ashes series between Australia and England will be played in Adelaide from 16 December.
This match will be with the pink ball. Earlier, England had to face defeat by 9 wickets in the first Test at Gabba Field in Brisbane.
Following this defeat, many former England players are unhappy with the team management's decision.
However, now England coach Chris Silverwood has said that Broad and Anderson will be part of a team in the next game.
Ashes first game 2021 these players are sad
England coach Chris Silverwood said:
“Both James Anderson and Stuart Broad have started training with the pink ball. They are both very experienced and have accumulated windows in test cricket. They know how to fulfill their responsibility. They are both amazing bowlers. With his arrival in the team, our strength will increase a lot ”.
All the players dream big for their next matches and they all try to do their best. Chris said that Broad was disappointed that he was not included in game 11.
But we talked to him. After this, he also understood that this is a long series. Everyone is willing to work hard.
For Ashes 2021, he further said:
“I haven't told anyone yet that they are playing. Before the second test, the aptitude of many players will also have to be seen. Only after that will we make a decision about playing 11. We have a good team that can make a strong comeback in the Ashes series against Australia. We spoke in the locker room after losing the first test. We know which areas to improve. We have to partner and catch catches too.