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Dating back to 1882, the Ashes is one of sport’s longest and most well-known contests. England meet Australia once again in the 2010/11 Ashes series with the tourists having high hopes of winning a series Down Under for the first time since 1987.
A combination of the Aussies’ poor form and a talented group of English cricketers has given the visitors hope of retaining the trophy they regained in the summer of 2009.
Settled, talented England side
England have been in good shape over recent months and acquitted themselves well in their Australian warm-up matches. Batsmen Alastair Cook and Kevin Pietersen scored much needed runs in these contests whilst Paul Collingwood and captain Andrew Strauss also look to be in good form.
England also have a versatile and attractive bowling attack. Graeme Swann has been a revelation at Test level whilst the promising Steve Finn and James Anderson are sure to take wickets. England’s real potential match winner is Nottinghamshire’s Stuart Broad, who has demonstrated that he is capable of ripping through a batting order with a devastating spell of bowling.
If England were to win this Ashes series, Andrew Strauss would become just the second English captain (after the great Len Hutton) to win a full Ashes series both home and away.
Problems mount for Australia
Whilst Australia have produced many great Test sides over the years, the current XI is not one of them. Seven consecutive defeats in the run-up to this series is hardly ideal preparation and the selectors are still undecided as to who may play in the first Test in Brisbane.
The home side will rely on skipper Ricky Ponting, the dogged Simon Katich and captain-in-waiting Michael Clarke whilst Doug Bollinger and Mtchell Johnson should take wickets on home turf. However, there are weaknesses in the side. Batsman Marcus North has failed to get past 20 in seven of his last eight Test innings whilst spinners Nathan Hauritz and Steven Smith are steady rather than devastating.
Ponting recently said: “There’s a lot of doom and gloom around about this team and about Australian cricket. I think we all feel a lot more positive inside the dressing room compared to what it looks like from the outside.”
A close series?
Whilst England harbour genuine ambitions of becoming the first touring side in 24 years to win an Ashes series in Australia, it may not be quite so simple. While Adam Gilchrist may believe England are favourites, the Australians have an impressive home Test record.
Since 1987, the Aussies record in their home Ashes series’ reads: 3-0, 3-1, 3-1, 4-1, 5-0 and Ponting’s side have won eleven of their last twelve home Test series, losing just three matches during that period.
It may be one of the closest Ashes in years, but Australia will probably just nick it.
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