Ashes 2019 Jofra Archer, Mitchell Starc, Warner, Smith, Bancroft; England vs Australia (ENG vs AUS) Key Players at Ashes | Look at 5 players including Archer-Stark; Warner, Smith and Bencroft will play together for the first time after the ban - Online Betting Guides
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Ashes 2019 Jofra Archer, Mitchell Starc, Warner, Smith, Bancroft; England vs Australia (ENG vs AUS) Key Players at Ashes | Look at 5 players including Archer-Stark; Warner, Smith and Bencroft will play together for the first time after the ban

Joefra will debut in Archer's Test, he took 20 wickets in the ODI World Cup
Warner, who made a comeback in international cricket a year later, scored 647 runs in the World Cup.

    Dainik BhaskarJul 30, 2019, 05:28 PM Sport Desk Australia-England will play 71st Ashes series from August 1. After winning the World Cup on one side, the England team is very proud, on the other hand, the Australian team is also looking strong with the return of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bencroft. England's Jopra Archer has not played a single Test yet. He joined the English team a few days before the World Cup. He took 20 wickets in one of the biggest ODI tournaments. In addition to Archer, there will be an eye on the performances of Jason Roy, James Anderson, Warner and Mitchell Starc in the Ashes series.

Warner-Smith was banned for a year and a 10-month ban on Bencroft due to ball tampering in the Test against South Africa in March last year. Warner-Smith returns to the team from World Cup At the same time, Bencroft has not played a single international match since the ban. All three can play Test together for the first time after that dispute. The England fans will also hooting the three in the field. In such a scenario, it will be interesting to see how the three performances under pressure are kept.

The five players will be seen in the Ashes
1. David Warner: This Australian opener scored 647 runs in the World Cup. By putting three centuries, he has indicated to be in form. However, despite his best performance, the Australian team lost to England in the semi-finals. Warner's name is 6363 runs in 74 Tests with the help of 21 centuries. During this time his average was 48.2. Last time, during the Ashes in England, he had used five half-centuries, but could not have scored a century. The team lost the series 2-3. So this time they would like to do the best with the continuation of the World Cup form.

Jason Roy: The England opener has played only one test so far. During this, he scored a total of 77 runs with the help of a fifty. In the World Cup, Roy scored 443 runs in 7 innings. In 2012, former England captain Andrew Strauss retired. No other opener could play regularly after them. During this time the team won 27 out of 43 matches. In 11, she faced defeat. Have five draws. England's team, Jason Roy, would have been hoping to end the problem of opening.

3. Joefra Archer: The county-based Archer will play for the first time on behalf of Sussex. He won the World Cup final against England in the Super Over. Born in Barbados, Archer took 131 wickets in the first-class match. His average was 23.44 in 28 matches. They will make a bowling quartet with Anderson, Broad and Woakes. The team will expect them to perform better just like the World Cup.

4. James Anderson: 37-year-old James Anderson is currently considered to be the best bowler in the world. Andersen Dukes, who did not play against Ireland due to the pull in the shank, are considered to be the 'king of swing' of the ball. He represented England in 148 Tests. During this time he took 575 wickets. Anderson took 104 wickets in 31 Tests against Australia in 18 years of career. Five times they took 5+ wickets. They can become the biggest obstacle in Australia's victory.

5. Mitchell Starc: Mitchell Starc, who has taken 27 wickets in the World Cup, will be on his watch. Fans would like to perform in this prestigious Test Series as one of the biggest tournaments in ODIs. Stark will get James Pattinson, Peter Siddle, Pat Cummins and Jose Hedleywood in the meantime. Starc's 211 wickets in 51 Tests is considered to be the best after the bowling ball Lasith Malinga. Stark took 51 wickets in 12 Tests against Australia.

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