This year’s Ashes Test match between England and Australia is being played at Headingley Stadium. Both teams’ performances will be crucial on day four of the Headingley Test. Because England still need 224 to win, while Australia need 10 wickets. England have lost the first two matches of the series. Today, India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar himself has given a tip for the England team, which can help the team win the third Test.
Sachin Tendulkar shared a post from his official Twitter account and advised England to win. According to Sachin, the first one could be decisive on the fourth day of the Headingley Test, i.e. Sunday (July 9). Sachin tweeted, “The first hour tomorrow at Headingley will be crucial. I think the pitch is working well. So if England bat sensibly and keep their outlook positive, they can reach the target. They need discipline in their shot selection along with a positive attitude. By doing so, they will be able to achieve their goals.”
Meanwhile, considering this Test match between England and Australia, the pitch looks favorable for the bowlers. In the first innings, Mark Wood took 5 wickets for England, while captain Pat Cummins took 6 wickets for Australia. Australia were forced to bat first after losing the toss and were bowled out for 263 in 60.4 overs. In reply, England’s first innings was bundled out for 237 runs.
After the first innings, the Australian team took a lead of 26 runs and in the second innings, the team managed to reach 224 runs. England have got a target of 251 runs in the last innings and still need 224 runs. England are yet to lose a single wicket and victory looks easy for them. However, even the Australian bowlers will not let the home team win easily. If England accept back-to-back defeats, the Ashes 2023 trophy will also be out of their hands. Asat Sachin’s advice can be important for English players.
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