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Didn’t mind 20000 Australian fans singing broady is a ****: Stuart Broad


The ashes are about to start on the 8th of December and will go through January 2022 in Australia. Perth is usually not the venue kept for the last match of the series but this time, it will be. The final match of the series will be held from 14th – 18th January.

England is certainly going to feel the lack of support as many of the fans may not be able to come up due to travel restrictions from the Omicron variant. Unlike the last times, there seems to be no banter from each side. Australia will be hoping to move from the scandal of Tim Paine, which made him step down from the captaincy whereas England will look to find their rhythm.

England will be wary of Steve Smith. In the last Ashes of 2019, the right-hander tormented the English bowlers with 3 centuries, 3 half-centuries at an average of 110. Anderson, almost 40 would be willing to go all gun blazing in Ashes which in all likelihood will be his last. There may not be surprises if the England bowler will announce his retirement after the Ashes.

Cricket fans around the world to know that the Aussie crowd can be hostile towards the visiting nation. Broad, 35 years of age knows this very well and is prepared for it.

Speaking to an Australian newspaper, Broad commented “Didn’t mind 20000 Australian fans singing broady is a ****. I enjoyed it”. He believes that Australia is the hardest place for the bowlers. The Englishman was the most successful of his team in the 2019 Ashes, picking up 23 wickets including 1 fifer.

The tall lanky bowler had a reasonably good outing during the 2019 Ashes. It is, however, always a challenge to switch from the Duke to Kookaburra ball as the former is smaller in size and offers both swing and seam than the latter. England may take the belief from the Indian side when a depleted touring side without their regular captain bounces back after being 36 all out in the first test and then going on to win a test series.

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