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The final test match of Ashes 2019 is about to get underway and England has only pride to play for. It is trailing by 2-1 in the series and that means that Australia has retained the Ashes. A win here for England would help it equalize the series but not regain the Ashes.
It is the first time in 18 years that Australia will return from England with the Ashes urn in their kit and the English public has not taken that kindly.
Can England lift itself up under such testing mental circumstances? The selectors have decided to stick to the same squad as that for the previous test match so no new faces are likely to be seen either. Australia, on the other hand, would know that another test match victory will help it re-establish dominance over England for a long time to come.
England vs Australia 5th Test Ashes 2019 is going to be played at the Kennington Oval, London starting on the 12th of September 2019.
England’s test match team seems to be suffering from some deep-rooted faults that need to be addressed. By not making any change in the thirteen for this last Ashes test England’s selectors are accepting the fact that they may need to make wholesale changes that cannot be done in the middle of a series.
A number of players seem to be at the end of their ropes including Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, and Jason Roy. All three of these players seem to be coasting in the test team because of their ODI records. In the case of the Buttler and Bairstow, a realization that their techniques may not be suited to test match cricket at all seems to be dawning while in the case of Roy it appears to have been a major selection blunder.
Joe Denly is now playing as an opener after abandoning that role in first-class cricket and after having scored runs at number four. He seems to have been made a scapegoat to try and fit Roy in the side.
Questions are also being asked about Joe Root’s captaincy, rightly so, as well as about his batting position.
Now add an inexperienced Rory Burns and an injured Ben Stokes to the mix and we fear that England is nowhere near the kind of mindset it needs to be in to try and win this last test.
It was a miracle by Ben Stokes that save England in the third test match and it is understandable why England wants to play him as an out and out batsman. It now has to either drop one batsman (most likely Buttler to bring in Sam Curran) or decide to play with four bowlers.
Leach, Broad, Archer, and Overton should all manage to keep their place in the side for this last test.
Rory Burns, Joe Denly, JE Root, BA Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, CR Woakes, Jofra Chioke Archer, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad.
The Australian team has been extremely professional in its approach to the Ashes. Having a player like Steve Smith in the side is going to be an advantage for any side but that still should not take away the brilliance of the Australian bowling attack.
Steve Smith has a lowest score of 82 in this series and is close to historical numbers. We would not advise betting against him in this form and he could easily add another 150 runs to his name in the last test match.
The Oval is a very flat pitch, generally, and so there should be a lot of runs for both sides.
Marnus Labuschagne has been the other standout player for Australia in this series while the lower order has chipped in nicely as well. The form of David Warner and Stuart broad is going to be a big concern. Stuart Broad seems to have found a fool-proof method of getting the left-handers out with the new ball.
A new approach, perhaps a more aggressive one, is something to expect from David Warner in the last test.
Australia’s bowling attack has changed a little in every test. They have rotated their fast bowlers and have not been afraid of making any of their top-bowlers sit out if the conditions demanded it. For the last test at the Oval, we think Australia is going to stick with the same bowling attack as the previous test.
Hazelwood, Cummins, Starc, and Lyon form the best bowling attack that Australia has had this series. There is enough pace, movement, and variety in it to get 20 wickets on any wicket. We don’t expect any change in the playing eleven for this match.
Marcus Harris, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Matthew Wade, Tim Paine, Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle, Nathan Michael Lyon, JR Hazlewood.
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England vs Australia 5th Test Ashes 2019 is going to be played at the Kennington Oval, London starting on the 12th of September 2019. An excellent week of sunny weather has been forecast for this test match. We should have some very good batting conditions for the first inning of both teams after which the spinners will come into play.
These are probably the best batting conditions that both the teams would have experienced this season.
Dream11 team and dream11 prediction for England vs Australia 5th test match Ashes 2019. We think there is a high likelihood that Jos Buttler will be left out of the team in place of Sam Curran. The pitch is also be expected to be very good for batting. Make sure your final Dream11 team for England vs Australia Ashes 2019 is updated after the pitch report and toss.
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The current state of the England side is very poor. There is too much uncertainty about the players positions, their futures, and the current team balance. Australia, on the other hand, has a far superior bowling attack and one of the best test batsman ever in their side. Everything points to an Australian victory.
Bet on Australia to win.
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