An aggressive approach to playing in the Test format, guided by former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, has regularly led to victory for England. Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, a seasoned player, has predicted that the English team’s offensive approach will eventually fail.
England have emerged as a major force since Brendon McCullum was named head coach of the red ball team. Under his direction and Ben Stokes’ leadership, Team England has been playing wonderfully and has won multiple games, proving their prowess in the longest format.
Ashwin stated on his YouTube channel that the English team’s new McCullum-led plan will be put to the test.
regardless of the situation and will eventually”falter.”
“Bazball was just created. In England, cricket is played at a quick pace. They want to play a specific type of cricket. But, you will fall short if you try to strike every ball on particular sorts of wickets. According to Ashwin, there are advantages and disadvantages to this method.
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Ben Stokes and company have won 11 games in their last 15 outings, with their most recent triumph coming against New Zealand in the current two-match series. England thoroughly outperformed the Kiwis in the first Test, winning by 267 runs.
The team hasn’t yet played in India, where they’ll put their new plan into practise.
to put India to the test. Ashwin went on to explain that theInstead of using a linear approach, the game should be played in accordance with the pitch conditions.
Others might argue that going all out for 140 would be preferable to defending and going for 100. Until the game is over, we won’t know if the approach worked or not. There are times when following the rules is vital on the wicket. The pitch will reward you for playing well and treating it with respect. You will gain if you respect the pitch, he continued.
The second Test match between England and the BlackCaps is currently underway, and England is poised to take the match and the series.
White paint has been applied to Wellington’s Basin Reserve.