Melbourne, December 25, : , Former captain Michael Vaughan believes England has chosen a balanced bowling approach for the third Ashes test against Australia.He hopes that Australia’s struggling team can win Sunday’s opening match at Melbourne Cricket Ground.Following defeats in Adelaide and Brisbane, Joe Root’s England team introduced four new players to the Boxing Day test: Jonny Bairstow and Zak Crawley and Jack Leach.These were in addition to Rory Burns and Ollie Pope and Chris Woakes.
“Like England’s Balance in attack.Personaly, I’d have played Broad against Robinson this week.Ollie Papa is someone that I would keep.”Let’s pray England wins day one & gets into the contest.I want to see England with more aggressive body language #Ashes,” Michael Vaughan tweeted.
Crawley will replace opener Rory Burns.
He has had a terrible season and will be batting alongside Haseeb Hameed.Bairstow, who is unable to cope with Nathan Lyon’s spin, likely bats at No.6.
Stuart Broad, a veteran pace bowler has been dismissed following an inept performance in the second Test at Adelaide Oval.This will allow Jack Leach (spinner) to make a comeback after his humiliating opening Test at The Gabba.Chris Woakes is still feeling a little sore from the Brisbane and Adelaide Tests, which saw Mark Wood add pace.
England trails the five-series best-of-five series by 2-0.To keep the Ashes alive, England must win at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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