Ashes 2023 ENG Vs AUS 4th Test At Manchester’s Old Trafford And Jonny Bairstow Stumping Controversy Is Not Stopping

Ashes 2023, ENG Vs AUS 4th Test: In the Ashes 2023 being played these days, the teams of England and Australia have played 3 Tests, in which Australia is ahead 2-1. At the same time, the fourth Test to be played between the two will begin on Wednesday, July 19 at Old Trafford in Manchester. According to Indian time, the match will be played from 3:30 pm, while the toss will be at 3 pm. At the same time, before this fourth test, the stumping controversy has once again come into the limelight.

In fact, the second Test of the series was played at Lord’s, in which Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carey stumped England batsman Johnny Bairstow in a very unique way. There was a stir in the cricket world after this wicket. From cricket experts to veterans also presented their opinion on this wicket.

Alex Carey said about stumping that if he has to do it again, he will do it. Carey said, “If there is a chance of stumping, I will do it again.” After this wicket, the Australian players had to face many difficulties on the Lord’s ground. After this stumping, there was a long debate about the spirit of the game. Even, the prime ministers of Australia and England also participated in the debate.

England’s baseball approach looked weak in front of Australia

England’s baseball approach has paled in comparison to Australia’s in the Ashes so far. Australia won their first two Test matches in a row, while England kept themselves in the series by winning the third match. In the first match, Australia won by 2 wickets. And in the second match, Australia managed to win by 43 runs. After this, England won by 3 wickets in the third Test.

England’s playing XI for the fourth Test

Ben Stokes (c), Ben Duckett, Jack Crawley, Moeen Ali, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.

Australia’s playing XI for the fourth Test

David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk), Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins (c), Josh Hazlewood.

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