0انگلینڈ اینڈ ویلز کرکٹ بورڈ (لوگو)اعصاب کا ایک کھیل?

اس سے دوبارہ اس وقت ہے - راتوں طویل ہیں, ہوائی سردی ہے, لیکن جلد ہی ریڈیو زندگی میں برطرف اور ہمارے کانوں میں آسٹریلوی گرما کی آواز کو لے آئے گا. انگلینڈ جیت کے ساتھ پچھلے وائٹ واش سے واپس آ جائے گا (وہ میں نے کے طور پر 2010-11, یا آسٹریلیا میں ایک مکمل کریں گے 3RD میں کلین سوئپ 4 سیریز. میں ایک ہوں بیٹنگ کے لئے یہ ایک ڈرا نہیں ہو گا!


I think this is the hard­est to pre­dict Ashes series this mil­len­ni­um — both sides have a decent num­ber of qual­ity bowl­ers, اور یکساں طور پر اشتراک کریں 4 of the best bats­men in the game. Both sides also have a recent his­tory of middle order col­lapse, and a selec­tion of match res­ults that vary from bril­liant to truly pathet­ic. It seems like it might be a case of “who cracks first”.

If Eng­land get on top, وہ میں نے کے طور پر 2010, the Aus­sie crowds and press will get at the green-team with a vigour only nor­mally seen in the Brit­ish press when the foot­ballers fail to mater­i­al­ise. Equally, if Aus­tralia get on top then Eng­land have a tend­ency to totally implode as they did in the 2 vis­its down under either side of their 2010 vic­tory.

Over­all the odds must be in the Aus­trali­an’s favour, some­thing the book­ies agree with. They have home-soil advant­age and will no doubt pre­pare pitches that offer pace and seam with as little swing as pos­sible. Fair play to them — I’ve no doubt Eng­land will pre­pare swinging pitches in return the next time our Aus­sie friends are over here. بین اسٹوکس معاملہ (1) has also dam­aged England’s pre­par­a­tions, and there are some injury prob­lems which could prove sig­ni­fic­ant too.

I think the mar­gins between the teams are quite small, and things bey­ond human con­trol (مثلا. ٹاس, the weath­er) could prove cru­cial. میں نے بھی ایک ٹیم سب سے اوپر پر ہو جاتا ہے ایک بار ایک اچھا موقع ہے کہ وہ وہاں رہے گا نہیں ہے کہ لگتا ہے کہ. The dif­fer­ence between a 3–1 vic­tory as in 2010, and a 5–0 defeat, could actu­ally be quite small. If Eng­land come away with a draw, وہ ایشز برقرار رکھنے جائے گا. This will rightly be regarded as pretty much as good as vic­tory and Eng­land will rightly get all the plaudits. Plan­ning for vic­tory should­n’t be the hard­est job in the world, so instead — how about we think before­hand about what might hap­pen in the event of defeat.

Let’s ima­gine the Aus­sies get a bit of run of the ball, اور اس میں سے اچھا استعمال, and Eng­land sink to defeat in the first couple of test matches. Real­ist­ic­ally it is unlikely that they could come back from 2–0 down, so the remain­ing matches would­n’t really tell us a great deal new. Is there a dif­fer­ence between leav­ing hav­ing lost by 3 یا 4 ٹیم برقرار ساتھ, and leav­ing hav­ing lost 5–0 with the cap­tain in doubt, a lead­ing bowl­er gone, اور 2 of the best bats­man gone. I ask because that is what happened in 2013–14, when ques­tions were left hanging over Cap­tain Cook, Jonath­an Trott quit inter­na­tion­al crick­et, کے پی کے باہر دھکیل دیا گیا تھا, اور گریم سوان وسط دورے چھوڑ. In oth­er words massive mis­man­age­ment had man­aged to snatch a much great­er defeat from the jaws of a brief embar­rass­ment. Just ima­gine the cur­rent Eng­land team but with KP, Trott and Swann still avail­able for selec­tion — a world num­ber 1 ضمنی ضرور?

Instead we have a young­er less exper­i­enced team, but with plenty of qual­ity and plenty of poten­tial. It is essen­tial to the future of the team that such massive fail­ures of man­age­ment are not repeated on this tour. There is no dom­in­ant coun­try in test crick­et at present, with Aus­tralia, Eng­land, بھارت, Pakistan and South Africa all cap­able of being dom­in­ant and ruth­less, and also all cap­able of being very poor too. There is noth­ing to sep­ar­ate these 5 اطراف. All of them would be favour­ites in home con­di­tions to beat all of the oth­ers. This is par­tic­u­larly so in England’s case, کے ساتھ 2 of the best swing bowl­ers in the his­tory of the game able to win home matches with reg­u­lar­ity, even when the bats­men are strug­gling.

تو, let’s hope the Eng­land man­age­ment have learned from pre­vi­ous mis­takes, اور شکست کے کی صورت میں, find ways to keep the team togeth­er, lift the great tal­ent we have, and bring the Eng­land team home ready to con­tin­ue build­ing towards the future. If they can­’t do that, کیا بالکل کہ وہ ٹیم کے لیے کیا کرتے ہیں?

(1) A foot­note on the Ben Stokes affair. This is a wor­ry­ing sign that Eng­land man­age­ment haven’t learned from the past. Ask your­self this — if it was the oth­er way around and a key Aus­sie play­er had assaul­ted someone in a bar would the Aus­sies have dropped that play­er? Or would they have down­played it, picked the guy any­way, and even gone on to make him vice cap­tain? آپ کو جواب کے بارے میں کوئی شک ہے تو صرف جو روٹ پوچھیں! It seems to me that Eng­land man­age­ment are first and fore­most inter­ested in avoid­ing catch­ing any flack from the media, rather than act­ing in the right way. Suc­cess­ful man­age­ment pub­licly sup­ports their play­er. What is said in private is no doubt very dif­fer­ent. There isn’t even any sign of man­age­ment tak­ing a grain of respons­ib­il­ity, des­pite repeated fail­ures to man­age play­ers effect­ively, be it with men­tal health (ٹریسکوتھک, ٹروٹ), team rela­tions (سوان, کے پی کے), or respons­ible beha­viour (Flintoff in ped­alo-gate, Root get­ting punched in walk­about, play­ers urin­at­ing on the pitch, اور اب ہلنا پر باہر سٹوکس).

اس مفید پایا? ہمیں بتائیں کرتے ہیں براہ مہربانی ذیل میں ایک تبصرہ چھوڑنے کے. آپ کے سبسکرائب کرنا چاہتے ہیں تو سب سے اوپر دائیں مینو پر لنک سبسکرائب استعمال کریں. آپ بھی ذیل سماجی روابط کا استعمال کرتے ہوئے کی طرف سے اپنے دوستوں کے ساتھ اس کا اشتراک کر سکتے ہیں. چیرس.

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