The Ashes series, which has a different identity in world cricket, will start next month. The Ashes series will begin in a few days after the World Test Championship final between Australia and India. England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson is also said to be fit before the Ashes. According to Anderson, England will benefit from their buzzball style in the upcoming Ashes and the team will beat Australia.
Although the Ashes series is played in two countries, England and Australia, it has fans all over the world. In the Ashes 2022, England lost badly to the Australian team. But this time England team will fall heavily on Australia, said James Anderson. The Ashes 2023 will start from June 16. Even before the start of the series, verbal arguments have started between the fans of both the teams. Thus Anderson’s reaction is becoming a topic of discussion. Anderson was injured while playing for Lancashire in county cricket. Currently, he is trying to recover from the injury and there is every possibility of being fit for the Ashes.
This is the 10th Ashes series of Anderson’s career, which could be really special for him. “I believe England can get revenge against Australia for the first time since 2015,” Andersen said about the Ashes being played in England this year. Especially with the help of buzzball we can win. Using this style, our captain Ben Stokes and head coach Brendon McCullum have won 10 out of 12 Test matches. You look at our team, if everyone plays their best with a winning mentality, I don’t think any other team can match us. That’s why I think we can win this year.”
Meanwhile, last year, England got a new captain-coach duo of Bunn Stokes and Brendon McCullum. Ever since these two took the reins of the team, the England team has been seen playing aggressively in Test cricket. Although this is a new experiment in world cricket, it has benefited the England team. England can benefit from their buzzball style in the upcoming Ashes series as well. (Will England win the Ashes on the strength of Buzzball? Andersen’s open challenge to the Australian team)