Following Australia’s emphatic innings victory in Melbourne to retain the Ashes, opener David Warner has provided some tips to the battered and battered English team on ways to find success Down Under.
Warner said, “it’s about them having to start well”, referring to how Australia won the opening Test match in England in 2019 in Birmingham, which helped them draw the series 2-2 and then keep the ashes.
The little opening batsman also had tips for English batsmen on how to play on the fast and bouncing courses of Australia. Warner encouraged them to practice on synthetic tracks to get used to the bounce he himself has used in the past.
With the Ashes series won, Australia will now aim to qualify for the World Test Championship, and a 5-0 ‘white-wash’ will be a perfect platform for their campaign.
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