Before England captain Michael Vaughan cited the importance of selecting the right team for the second Adelaide Ash Test. Vaughan believes England could suffer the same fate that befell them during their last two tours in the Ashes if they fail to select the right personnel.
The tourists made many selection errors in the first test at Gabba, and they lost nine horns. He faced considerable defeat for not choosing James Anderson and Stuart Broad, while selecting a left spinner, Jack Leach. Therefore, they will most likely make at least two changes to the Second Test – a love affair of the pink ball.
Write in your own pillar for The Telegraph, Vaughan feels England has no room for selection errors in the Adelaide pinkball test. Vaughan beat the away team for thinking too much about the other Tests and not focusing on the game in front of them. He say:
“It’s important for England to make the right choices. It looks like they’ve almost come into the game with a pre-determined plan in Brisbane – in Adelaide, they have to choose the team based on what’s in front of them.”
“And they can’t think about Melbourne, Sydney and Perth or any kind of pre-planning. Worry about those Tests later. They’ve got to win this week. that, the 2017-18 season could return.”
“If you put Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad in, that means Chris Woakes doesn’t have to play. Either Ollie Robinson and Mark Wood will definitely be in.”
“The problem is, after how badly hitting the ball in the first Test, I couldn’t have a Test group with Ollie Robinson walking the eighth in Australia. So it wasn’t easy just to get there. choose Anderson, Broad, Robinson and Wood together. . “
The 47-year-old holding the shaky England hitter didn’t score enough runs to put their spinner in a player’s hand. Vaughan also lamented the lack of a competent cameraman like Graeme Swann, who performed well in the 2010-11 Ashes series. He observes:
“Do you play spinning? I never like to see five athletes sewing – too many I think. But if spin doesn’t seem to play a big part, you can get rid of Jack.” Leach. The fact that England’s batting is so bad is affecting the spinner.”
“They didn’t get the big score on the Test that lasted until day 4 and day 5 and gave the captain a number of runs to compete, like they did with Graeme Swann in the 2010-11 Ashes. If you get hit bowling with 147 on the first day, then the spinner has no chance.”
Swann played a key role in Britain’s victory over Australia a decade ago. The off-spinner player has won 15 wickets in the Test year, including a 41.1-12-91-5 match win in Adelaide.
“Rory Burns, this week, will know he needs a score” – Michael Vaughan
Michael Vaughan also notes that the person opens up to the pressure Rory Burns finds himself under, underscoring many of his shortcomings. After scores of 0 and 13 and beaten by David Warner, Vaughan felt the left-handed player stepping on thin ice, saying:
“There’s a lot of talk about Rory Burns at the moment. The problem with Burns is that technique is always questionable. Buns has had a lot of problems – 4th straight, short ball, bowling and now that’s it. original foot line.”
“He’s made it in general, but there’s only so many times you can get down the well. Not only did he not run a lot, but he also dropped a slip after a slip in front of David Warner. Burns, this week , will know that he needs a score.”
Vaughan added that Ollie Pope was another worry, especially his choice of shot, saying:
“But it wasn’t just Burns. Ollie Pope was a worry for me – a beautiful, lovely player. He looked pretty good in the first half, but it was really a fundamental error in the second inning. , when trying to cut a ball too straight into the start of his inning.”
He made just 444 runs at Gabba in two innings compared to Australia’s 425 in one.
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The second test begins in Adelaide on December 16.
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