England vs Australia; 4th Test
Old Trafford, Manchester
The Ashes 2019 Test Matches
Wednesday, 04th– 08th September 2019; 03:30 PM IST.
The pitch in Manchester is awesome for batting and will, in general, take some turn later on. The measure of grass could direct whether the quick bowlers have enough to work with or not. The Old Trafford generally offers very good conditions for batting, especially during the first couple of days of a test match.
A wonderful climate has been figured for this fourth Ashes test. Albeit a couple of showers are normal on the third and fifth day. There should even now be a lot of time for an outcome. Temperatures are probably going to stay around 14-16 degrees Celsius all through the match.
The Ashes 2019 is at presently bolted at 1-1. After an outstanding match amongst the other test matches throughout the entire existence of cricket. It has been that sort of late spring of cricket in England where superlatives appear to be deficient to depict the sort of exhibitions we have seen.
The fourth Ashes 2019 test will be played at the Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester. A ground where England has overwhelmed every one of its adversaries in the ongoing past.
England: Team News and Probable Line-Up
English team come into this fourth Test level in the Ashes 2019. After Ben Stokes’ extraordinary performance at Headingley in the third Test. Saw them inexplicably win from what appeared to be an outlandish circumstance and this Ashes series has a totally extraordinary complex to it now.
They have been intently observing the wellness of Jimmy Anderson. However the pace bowler has endured a repeat of his calf damage and has been out from the Ashes. So Somerset’s Craig Overton has been called into the squad. Yet every one of the signs point towards an unaltered group for this match.
There remain issues with the batting line-up be that as it may so they will roll out an improvement to the batting sequence. Here with Joe Denly climbing to open the innings with Rory Burns. Which will see Jason Roy descend to number four. With the expectation that Roy can discover some form once the sparkle has been removed the new ball.
Rory Burns, Jason Roy, Joe Root (c), Joe Denly, Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach.
Australia: Team News and Probable Line-Up
Australia were shell stunned after they some way or another figured out how to lose the third Test. In the wake of being responsible for it for long spells particularly after they bowled England out for 67 in the first innings. And afterwards accordingly neglecting to take a few risks to seal the game before Ben Stokes guided England to a far-fetched triumph.
Australia needs to rise to the series to hold the Ashes while England needs to win the series. The bit of leeway is still to support Australia.
Australia will appreciate their star performer Steven Smith once again into the side. In the wake of having missed the third test because of the neck damage he had grabbed while batting in the second test. Travis Head may be the one to clear a path for him in the line-up.
The travellers may hope to spruce up their pace assault thus they could consider getting left-armer Mitchell Starc. On the off chance that he gets picked, there is a decent possibility that Mitchell Marsh may likewise be drafted into the playing eleven.
David Warner, Marcus Harris, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Matthew Wade/Mitchell Marsh, Tim Paine (c/wk), James Pattinson/Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood.
Head To Head
Matches Played- 348
Won by England- 109
Won by Australia- 145
Matches Drawn- 95
My Fantasy Team
Wicket Keeper- Matthew Wade
Batsman- David Warner, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Steven Smith and Marnus Labuschagne
All Rounder- Ben Stokes
Bowlers- Chris Woakes, Nathon Lyon, Pat Cummins and Jofra Archer.
Captain/Vice-Captain choice for Fantasy Team
Ben Stokes: The expert all-rounder has scored the most runs in running for the group this Ashes – 327 runs running at an astonishing average of 81.75 -notwithstanding grabbing eight wickets. Stokes played a jewel of a thump last time and the hosts will need him to proceed with his magnificent form.
Steven Smith: The former captain has cracked a couple of hundreds and a fifty already in the series. The world no. 2 test batsman will be raring to go out in the middle and score big again.
We think that Australia has proved itself to be the better team in this series. The conditions should be a bit easier for the batsmen and the return of Steve Smith is a very big boost too.