England vs Australia 2022 Predictions

One of cricket's fiercest rivalries is between the national teams of England and Australia. The two teams represent the oldest members of Test cricket, having locked horns the first time back in March of 1877. The English team emerged victorious, marking the first match in the series we now know as the Ashes.

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One of cricket’s fiercest rivalries is between the national teams of England and Australia. The two teams represent the oldest members of Test cricket, having locked horns the first time back in March of 1877. The English team emerged victorious, marking the first match in the series we now know as the Ashes.

As the next Ashes series is scheduled to occur in Australia between December 8th 2021, and January 14th of 2022, this is the best time to get acquainted with Crictips — your premier destination for all things cricket. This page carries all the information you need about all duels between England and Australia, across all competitions.

With information on the two teams’ history, their head-to-head scores and stats, possible lineups and starting XI, injury updates, and many other important aspects, you can take your betting prowess to the next level. Our tips will boost your prediction skills considerably, so you can hopefully put more Ws in the sports betting winning column.

England vs Australia History

The matches between England and Australia have shaped the world of cricket, especially because the Test rivalry of the Ashes series is said to be the biggest one in the sport.

Not many punters know the story behind the name of the Test series and its history, and we know that winning patterns are best caught when past matches are observed.

After the first match in 1877, Australia first won the following Test match in England in 1882. The British newspaper immortalised that win, with the Sporting Times publishing a satirical obituary claiming the English cricket had died, and its ashes went to Australia.

The next season saw the English team going on an Australian tour and its captain Ivo Bligh vowing to reclaim the ashes of English cricket. After the Brits won two out of three matches, they received a small urn as the trophy, rumoured to have contained the ashes of Australian cricket, thus naming the Test matches — Ashes series.

So far, after 71 Ashes matches, the score is neck and neck. Australia leads with 33 wins, while England has managed to win on 32 occasions. Six matches have ended in a draw, so we can expect a fierce battle for the next series.

Yet, these two teams have met on many more occasions than those related to the celebrated series. Namely, England and Australia have played 351 matches across all competitions, and Australia holds a slight upper hand with 146 wins.

The latest outing featuring these two cricket powerhouses was in T20 World Cup 2021, where the English team crushed Aussies by eight wickets. Speaking of the World Cup, both teams were more than successful in the competition.

England won the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2019, having appeared in the finals three times. As for the ICC T20 World Cup, the English side won it in 2010 and were the runners-up in 2016.

On the other hand, Australia has claimed the ICC Cricket World Cup five times out of seven final appearances, an admirable win percentage, no doubt.

Considering the fact that the English won the last match and the next Ashes series is going to take place in the land down under, it’s easy to assume that the Aussies are hoping to exert their vendetta.

Still, it all depends on the roster availability, the current form of key players, and many other factors. Make sure to tune in to Cricktips before each match for the latest updates on the duels.

England vs Australia Betting Predictions

One of our primary goals is to provide betting predictions for all top cricket matches globally, especially when one of the game’s biggest rivalries is concerned. Here, you will find the most detailed prognosis for all upcoming matches based on key performance indicators, stats, and many other factors.

What’s more, we will include the teams’ forms, injury reports, the weather forecast, the state of the pitch, and many other factors that can help you make an informed bet. Considering the outstanding performance by England’s Jos Buttler, who went unbeaten on 71 off 32 balls, and Chris Jordan’s quota with four overs and three wickets in the last outing, it would be amazing to see what Australia’s captain Aaron Finch and the rest of the squad have in store for the next five matches of the Ashes series.

These types of insights are what you can expect to see on Crictips and much more.

England vs Australia Betting Tips

Crictips has a dedicated section just for the betting tips for all matches between England and Australia. We will share our insights on the types of bets you should consider, such as first inning, over/under on wickets, runs, and many more. Our team is manned by the sports betting veterans who run an analysis of every notable segment of the game to give you more than just an educated guess. Check how we do cricket prediction for any matches.

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England Starting XI

The English team is jam-packed with some of the biggest names in the cricket world. This doesn’t come as a surprise given how England is the birthplace of the game. Joe Root is one the best batsmen who sits at the top of the ICC Player Rankings for Test matches. He was also named Cricketer of the Year by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on two occasions.

Bowlers such as James Anderson, Stuart Broad, and Chris Woakes are highly regarded and acclaimed professionals. Even in ODI and T20I matches, the members of the English squad like Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, and Jonny Bairstow are ranked among the top players in the world in their respective categories.

That said, it seems that there are no weak links in England’s team as long as they are all healthy.

Once the lineup is announced, we will update you immediately with information on the starting XI and potential substitutes.

Australia Starting XI

You can expect much from a team currently ranked third on the list of the world’s best Test and ODI cricket teams. Australia’s players are leading the categories across the board. Pat Cummins is the number one bowler in Test cricket, and his comrades Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Aaron Finch, and others are vying for the titles of top all-rounders and batsman. Looking at this squad, it almost feels like Australia’s team is composed of only Cricket All-Stars.

As the matches between Australia and England draw near, we will estimate the potential starting XI. However, note that injuries might happen at the last minute, so stay tuned with Crictips for the latest info on the team.

England vs Australia Live Score

If you prefer placing bets on ongoing matches, then our Live Score segment is your greatest advisor. Our match tracker will provide all the stats and results of every England vs Australia game in real-time, so you won’t miss a second of the action.

What’s more, the box score or scorecard at the end of the match will help you run a deeper analysis of how the game’s momentum shifted and how the odds reflected that.

England vs Australia Schedule

England and Australia also face off in ODIs and T20Is, and other competitions under the International Cricket Council (ICC) patronage.

So far, the teams have met 351 times in total, and the next opportunity to increase that number is the Ashes series scheduled between December 8th 2020 and January 14th 2022, in Australia.

Make sure to come back to this page regularly for the latest news, stats, betting predictions and tips for those upcoming matches.

England vs Australia Test Series

The Ashes series is the oldest test competition exclusively played between England and Australia. These matches always rekindle the old flames of rivalry between the two opposing sides and are a pinnacle of the sport.

The games from the Ashes series can swing either way, so your best bet is to stick around Crictips for the detailed analysis for every Test cricket match these two teams play.

England vs Australia ODI

England and Australia have played 152 ODI matches so far, and Australia seems to hold the upper hand here as well. The Aussies have won 84 of those matches, and interestingly enough, won the first-ever ODI these two played.

The ODI matches between England and Australia are played regularly, so make sure to visit Crictips before each match to stay up to speed with all the match-related developments.

England vs Australia, 2020: 3rd ODI – Who will win the Match? Best Betting Odds

England Cricket Team

England Cricket Team(Source: Twitter)

Match Details:

The 3rd game of the 3-match ODI series between England and Australia will be played at The Old Trafford in Manchester.

The match starts at 01:00 PM local time (05:30 PM IST) (12:00 PM UTC). This match can be viewed on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. It will be live-streamed on the Sony Liv app.

Preview:

England and Australia will lock horns in the deciding 3rd ODI on Wednesday at the Old Trafford. While Australia won the first match by 19 runs, it was England’s turn on Sunday where they defeated the visitors by 24 runs. Less than 90 runs were needed for Australia in the 2nd ODI when they lost their 3rd wicket and soon collapsed in no time. England has won every ODI series they played at home since the start of 2016 and will expect to keep that spree going along. But if you want to know what the ultimate ComeOn Bet is. then read on.

Pitch Condition/Report:

The track at the Old Trafford generally slows down as the match progresses which is why the teams winning the toss prefer batting first here. Going by the two matches in this series, even the 240+ target will be tough to chase.

Average first innings score: 271 (Last five ODIs played at the Old Trafford)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 0, Lost – 5

Probable Playing XIs:

England:

Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Sam Billings, Jos Buttler,  Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Tom Curran, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid.

Bench: Moeen Ali, Tom Banton, Mark Wood.

Australia:

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis/Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Agar/Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.

Bench: Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar/Josh Hazlewood, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Matthew Wade, Sean Abbott, Nathan Lyon, Riley Meredith, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis/Mitchell Marsh.

Expected Top Players:

Jason Roy

Jason Roy hasn’t been at this best since the resumption of the sport. However, in the 2nd ODI, Roy made a quick-fire start before getting runout. We can expect a big inning from him during the ODI series decider.

Marnus Labuschagne

Marnus Labuschagne made a great start to his ODI career scoring 305 runs from only eight innings with help of a century, two fifties and three scores of 40s.

Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc has gone wicketless in four of the eight ODI matches played this year. However, he can be bankable due to his brilliant record of taking 40 wickets from 20 ODIs in England.

Our Betting Tips:

Given the way the pitch has played in the first two matches, it will be tough to see the chasing team winning the series decider on Wednesday.

Probable Winners:

Australia is expected to win this match and take the series.

We have discussed who are our expected top players, but we understand it can still be difficult to just bet on one. We know how hard it is for anyone to strategize and make the best bets. Do not worry. We have populated some wise cricket betting tips and predictions you can use.

England vs Australia, 2020: 2nd ODI – Who will win the Match? Best Betting Odds

Jack Leach & England players

Jack Leach & England players. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Match Details:

The 2nd game of the 3-match ODI series between England and Australia will be played at The Old Trafford in Manchester.

The match starts at 01:00 PM local time (05:30 PM IST) (12:00 PM UTC). This match can be viewed on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. It will be live-streamed on the Sony Liv app.

Preview:

England is present in a do-or-die situation following a close defeat in the first game of the 3-match ODI series against Australia at home. The track in Manchester during the first game was quite a tricky one but the middle-order of both the teams stepped up to take their teams to a decent total. The Eoin Morgan-led team would be looking to square the series on Sunday despite the Aussies likely to be boosted by the return on Steve Smith.

Pitch Condition/Report:

The track at the Old Trafford is one of the fewer venues in England where two spinners are needed. The recent most ODI matches played at this venue have been won by teams batting first only and 275+ totals in most matches.

Average first innings score: 281 (Last four ODI games played at the Old Trafford)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 0, Lost – 4

Probable Playing XIs:

England:

Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood.

Bench: Sam Curran, Tom Banton, Tom Curran.

Australia:

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne/Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.

Bench: Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Matthew Wade, Sean Abbott, Nathan Lyon, Riley Meredith, Kane Richardson, Marnus Labuschagne/Marcus Stoinis.

Top Picks:

David Warner

David Warner has scored a century and a fifty across the eight ODI matches he played in 2020 where he aggregated 283 runs at an average slightly above 40.

Mark Wood

Since the start of 2019, Mark Wood has taken 30 wickets across 16 ODI innings at an average of 26.33 and a strike rate of 28.53.

Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan has scored 1270 runs across 33 home ODIs against Australia at an average of 50.80 with help of an unbeaten century and 11 fifties.

Our Betting Tips:

The return of Steve Smith could provide much-needed stability for Australia in the middle-order on a two-paced track available at the Old Trafford.

Probable Winners:

England is expected to win this match and level the series.

England vs Australia, 2020: 1st ODI – Who will win the Match? Best Betting Odds

England Fan

England Fan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Match Details:

The 1st game of the 3-match ODI series between England and Australia will be played at The Old Trafford in Manchester.

The match starts at 01:00 PM local time (05:30 PM IST) (12:00 PM UTC). This match can be viewed on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. It will be live-streamed on the Sony Liv app.

Preview:

England and Australia will lock horns in the first game of the 3-match ODI series to be played on Friday. All the three matches of this ODI series will be played at the Manchester’s Old Trafford. The two teams were part of a 3-match T20I series in Southampton which the hosts clinched by 2-1 margin. All three games in that series were thrilling one despite none of the turned out to be a high-scoring one. This series against Australia will be the first for England since the 2019 World Cup where they will have a near full-strength team.

Pitch Condition/Report:

The track at the Old Trafford is generally good for the batsmen and tends to slow down as the match progresses. Hence, the teams winning the toss usually prefer batting first only. Targets over 280 could be tricky at this venue to chase down.

Average first innings score: 277 (Last three ODIs played at the Old Trafford)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 0, Lost – 3

Probable Playing XIs:

England:

Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Tom Curran, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid.

Bench: Sam Curran, Tom Banton, Mark Wood.

Australia:

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis/Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Agar/Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.

Bench: Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar/Josh Hazlewood, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Matthew Wade, Sean Abbott, Nathan Lyon, Riley Meredith, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis/Mitchell Marsh.

Expected Top Players:

Marnus Labuschagne

Marnus Labuschagne made a solid start to his ODI career scoring 305 runs from 6 innings with help of a century, two fifties and two scores of 40s.

Joe Root

Joe Root will start the series under the pressure of sealing his place in the white-ball formats. A lot of batting options for England in ODIs could see the end of Root from this format if he doesn’t prove his worth.

Jofra Archer

Jofra Archer will be hoping to put on some inspiring performances with the ball as he did during the World Cup. Jofra took 23 wickets in the 14 ODIs he picked with help of five 3-wicket hauls.

Our Betting Tips:

The pitch in Manchester could produce some help for the spinners as England skipper wanted his team to be prepared for slower tracks in India during the next World Cup. Hence, we could see spinners succeeding more on Friday.

Probable Winners:

England is expected to win this match and take a 1-0 lead.

England vs Australia, 2020: 3rd T20I – Who will win the toss? Best Betting Odds

Match Details:

The 3rd game of the 3-match T20I series between England and Australia will be played at The Rose Bowl in Southampton. The match starts at 06:00 PM local time (10:30 PM IST) (05:00 PM UTC). This match can be viewed on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. It will be live-streamed on the Sony Liv app.

Preview

England and Australia will lock horns for one final time in the ongoing three-match T20I series on Tuesday. The hosts have already won the series and will be looking to whitewash the Aussie led by Aaron Finch. Moreover, the number one position in the T20Is is also up for grabs and Australia will be keen on saving their numero-uno position.

It won’t be easy though for England as they will miss their in-form opener Jos Buttler who has left the bio-bubble to be with his family. Tom Banton will open the innings now and while Sam Billings will replace Buttler. Moreover, Eoin Morgan also dislocated his finger in the second T20I and it remains to be seen if he will take the field tonight.

Pitch Condition/Report

Again, the same pitch used in the second T20I is expected to be dished out and if that is the case, the surface will be even drier. The scoring won’t be easy at all and the team winning the toss is expected to bat first.

Average first innings score: 160 (First two games in the series)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 1, Lost – 1, Tied – 0

Probable Playing XIs

England:

Jonny Bairstow (wk), Tom Banton, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Sam Billings, Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Chris Jordan, Mark Wood, Tom Curran.

Bench: Joe Denly, Sam Curran.

Australia:

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey/Matthew Wade (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh/Andrew Tye, Ashton Agar, Kane Richardson, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc.

Bench: Alex Carey/Matthew Wade, Marnus Labuschagne, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Matthew Wade, Sean Abbott, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon, Riley Meredith, Kane Richardson, Mitchell Marsh/Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa.

Expected Top Players

Dawid Malan

Dawid Malan has been at the peak of his form this season and has scored 108 runs in two T20Is so far. Batting at three, he will be key for England in Buttler’s absence.

Steve Smith

Steve Smith loves to bat. But for some reason, he hasn’t hit his strips properly so far in this series. But with the ODIs coming up, Australia’s best batsman will be looking to end the series on a high.

Adil Rashid

Adil Rashid’s variations will be important whenever England bowls. He generally troubles Australian batsmen and he proved it in the series opener picking Smith and Maxwell in an over to turn things around.

Our Betting Tips

Australia will come hard at England with their number one position at stake. But one feels England have enough resources despite Buttler’s absence to complete a 3-0 whitewash and go into the ODI series high on confidence.

Our Prediction: England are expected to win this match.

England vs Australia, 2020 – 2nd T20I – Who will win the Match? Best Betting Odds

Match Details:

The 2nd game of the 3-match T20I series between England and Australia will be played at The Rose Bowl in Southampton. The match starts at 02:15 PM local time (06:45 PM IST) (01:15 PM UTC). This match can be viewed on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. It will be live-streamed on the Sony Liv app.

Preview

The second T20I of the three-match series between England and Australia is the must-win game for the visitors. The series opener was an absolute roller coaster ride with Australia bossing the game throughout. However, England bowlers pulled back things dramatically in the last six overs of the chase. The likes of Chris Jordan, Tom Curran, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood and others bowled well to pick wickets.

Australia, on the other hand, will be ruing the missed opportunity to take the lead after David Warner and Aaron Finch started off superbly in the chase. However, their middle-order is a big concern and Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey should deliver soon. With this being a must-win game, expect the tourists to put their best foot forward.

Pitch Report

The surface at the Ageas Bowl was not as straight forward to bat on. With this match also being played on the same surface, the pitch will be drier and the spinners are expected to dominate.

Average first innings score: 173 (Last four T20Is played at this venue)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 2, Lost – 2, Tied – 0

Probable Playing XIs

England:

Jonny Bairstow (wk), Jos Buttler, Tom Banton, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Chris Jordan, Mark Wood, Tom Curran.

Bench: Joe Denly, Sam Curran, Sam Billings.

Australia:

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Agar, Kane Richardson, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.

Bench: Matthew Wade, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Matthew Wade, Sean Abbott, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon, Riley Meredith, Kane Richardson, Andrew Tye.

Expected Top Players

Aaron Finch

Aaron Finch batting in full flow is a dangerous sign for any opposition. He opened the innings in the series opener and scored 46 runs as well. However, he will be disappointed with the fact that he got out at the wrong time. Expect him to go bonkers tonight again.

Jos Buttler

England continued to back Jos Buttler to open the innings and it paid off. He wicketkeeper-batsman took the attack to Australia in the powerplay and slammed 44 off just 29 deliveries. He will be crucial again for England up front in the second match.

Ashton Agar

This might surprise many but Ashton Agar is an underrated bowler. He nipped out crucial wickets of Buttler and Tom Banton in the previous game and conceded only 32 runs despite going for 16 in the opening over.

Betting Tips

England may be leading the series but even they know that they were a bit lucky as well to win the first game. Their batting struggled when the spinners came on and then the bowlers didn’t strike in the powerplay. Australia, on the other hand, didn’t seem to be rusty at all and they will be keen on levelling the series. They will be eager to pull one back on their arch-rivals.

Our Prediction: Australia are expected to win this match.

England vs Australia, 2020 – 1st T20I – Who will win the Match? Best Betting Odds

Match Details:

The 1st game of the 3-match T20I series between England and Australia will be played at The Rose Bowl in Southampton.

The match starts at 6:00 PM local time (10:30 PM IST) (5:00 PM UTC). This match can be viewed on Sony Six and Sony Six HD. It will be live-streamed on the Sony LIV.

Preview

Finally, Australia will be taking the field six months after playing their last international match. They will face England in the first of the three-match T20I series starting from September 4. The Aaron Finch-led side will be looking forward to playing some fearless cricket and looking ahead to the T20 World Cup next year as well. It will also be interesting to see how they fare since this is their first match in six months.

England, the hosts, have been ruling the home season. They won Test series against West Indies and Pakistan, ODI series against Ireland and drew the T20I series against Pakistan. The T20Is and ODIs against Australia concludes their international home season and the team will be keen on ending with series wins. Jos Buttler and Jofra Archer have returned to bolster their line-up and it is expected to be close game.

Pitch Conditions

Southampton last hosted a T20I way back in 2017 when England faced South Africa. The surface is touted to be a good one to bat on. Last time Australia played at this venue, they posted a mammoth 248 runs in 20 overs.

Average first innings score: 177 (Last three T20Is played at this venue)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 2, Lost – 1, Tied – 0

Probable Playing XIs

England:

Jonny Bairstow (wk), Jos Buttler, Tom Banton, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Sam Billings, Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Chris Jordan, Mark Wood/Tom Curran.

Bench: Joe Denly, Sam Curran, Mark Wood/Tom Curran.

Australia:

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steve Smith, Matthew Wade/Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Agar/Andrew Tye, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.

Bench: Matthew Wade/Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Daniel Sams, Josh Philippe, Matthew Wade/Alex Carey, Sean Abbott, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon, Riley Meredith, Kane Richardson, Ashton Agar/Andrew Tye.

Expected Top Players

Glenn Maxwell

Glenn Maxwell is a freak when it comes to the shortest format of the game. This is his comeback to international cricket after almost a year and he would love to make it a memorable one for him. His average of 160.3 after 61 T20Is shows the way he bats and it remains to be seen if the Big Show will entertain the fans.

Jofra Archer

Jofra Archer is playing his first limited-overs game since the World Cup 2019 final. His skills are never in question and Australia will be wary of the threat he possesses. This is also only the second T20I of Archer’s career and no wonder he will be keen to make early inroads.

Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan, the England skipper, is in the best of forms with the bat. His 66-run knock of 33 deliveries in a steep chase against Pakistan was one of the best innings in recent times. The southpaw will be crucial for England yet again.

Betting Tips

England and Australia are arch-rivals and whenever these two teams meet, the game goes down the wire. The visitors have enough fire power to defeat the home team but they will be a bit rusty having not played international cricket in last six months. England, on the other hand, have momentum in the home season.

Our Prediction: England are expected to win this match.

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The Ashes 2022 Day 3

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

16 Jan 2022 - 09:30 am

Bellerive Oval

Prediction & Betting Pick

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Within two days of the fifth Test of Ashes 2021-22, Australia have almost confirmed a victory. The home team have been brilliant in all the facets of the game so far and are thus the favorites to clinch the five-match series by 4-0. 

England, on the other hand, need to pull off a miracle if they want the fifth Test match to end the series by 1-3. The second day of the fifth Test saw Australia scoring 303 runs in their first batting innings. 

In reply, England ended up with just 188 runs as Pat Cummins took a four-wicket haul. Resuming batting at the end of the second day, Australia lost their three wickets while adding 37 runs to the scoreboard. The host now has a lead of 152 and they will start the third day with Steve Smith and Scott Boland in the middle. 

Australia

  • Australia picked up as many as ten wickets in 47.4 overs during England’s first batting innings.
  • Pat Cummins was the wrecker-in-chief with four wickets to his name. 
  • Mitchell Starc picked three scalps while Scott Boland and Chris Green also had one each under their belt.
  • Australia lost their first three wickets cheaply while batting in the second innings and will resume day three at an overnight score of 37. 

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England

  • England suffered a poor collapse of their batting line-up in their first innings.
  • Chris Woakes was the highest run-scorer as the team posted a total of 188 runs.
  • Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, and Mark Wood picked one wicket each on day two during Australia’s second batting innings.
  • Both batters and bowlers need to do nothing less than a miracle on day three to save England in the game.

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportPartly Cloudy

    Temp21°C

  • VenueBellerive Oval

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average281

    1st Innings361

Bellerive Oval, Pitch Report

Bellerive Oval in Hobart is likely to offer a decent batting track to Australia and England as they will go up against each other for the final time. Batters will like batting on the surface and the fans can expect a high-scoring affair between the two sides.

The ball will come nicely on the bat and the willow wielders will get good value for their shot. The batters need to be careful in their approach, in the beginning, to avoid losing their wicket to careless and loose shots.

Bellerive Oval has nothing much to offer to the bowlers. However, the bowlers can get some pace and bounce from the surface in the first innings.

Weather Forecast

Weather is unlikely to pose any hindrance as Australia will have a go at England on the third day of the final Test match. The forecast is clear at Bellerive Oval for day three of the Test i.e January 16, Sunday. Partly Cloudy weather conditions are expected throughout the day with the precipitation chances as low as 20 percent. The temperature is expected to hover around 21 degrees celsius with a wind speed of 21 km/h and humidity around 69 percent.

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland

England:

Rory Burns, Zak Crawley, Ollie Pope, Sam Billings(w), Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   3   1
ENG   1   3

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

It was the same old story for England as they took the field against Australia on day two of the fifth Test match at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart. England again suffered a collapse of their batting line-up as Australia have almost ensured a victory in the Test match. 

Undoubtedly, bowlers from both sides ruled the game on the second day. A total of 17 wickets fell on day two. Resuming at an overnight score of 241 for six, Australia added 62 runs more to take the total to 303 runs.

Alex Carey, Nathan Lyon, and Scott Boland made small contributions as they added 24, 31, and 10 runs respectively. For England, Stuart Broad and Mark Wood picked three wickets each in the first innings. Ollie Robinson and Chris Woakes had two each under their belt.

Following a score of 303 runs, England delivered a disastrous batting performance. The visitors kept losing their wickets at regular intervals as none of the batters showed any responsibility towards the team.

The visitors batted for a total of 47.4 overs and ended up scoring just 188 runs. Seamer Chris Woakes was the highest run-getter with 36 runs followed by skipper Joe Root at second place with 34 runs. 

For Australia, skipper Pat Cummins led the attack with the ball as he picked up as many as four wickets. Mitchell Starc took a three-wicket haul while bowling at an economy rate of 5.3 while Scott Boland and Chris Green picked one wicket each.

With a lead of over 120 runs, Australia started their second batting innings towards the end of the second day. The host started the innings on a poor note as they lost their first three wickets within 15 overs. 

Stuart Broad gave the first breakthrough to England by sending David Warner back to the pavilion. It was followed by another quick wicket in the form of Marnus Labuschagne while Mark Wood cleaned up Usman Khawaja in the 15th over.

Australia will now resume day three at a score of 37 for three with Steve Smith and Scott Boland in the middle. Smith added 17 runs to the scoreboard while nightwatchman Boland is playing at three. 

The home team is leading the match by 152 runs and any target above 250 runs should be a good score to defend in Hobart. Thus, there is no doubt that Australia have almost won the Test match.

The only way for England to save the game is by restricting Australia at a score of below 100 in their second batting innings and then causing carnage on the field with the ball. Englishmen need to show their skills with the willow if they want to avoid a defeat by 0-4 in Ashes 2021-22. 

Wickets picked by Mark Wood and Chris Woakes in 2nd Innings

It was another collapse of the England batting line-up in their first batting innings at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart. The visitors were folded at a score of 188 runs and Australia revived a lead of over 100 runs. 

Now the responsibility again falls on the English bowlers to help their team stay alive in the match. The bowlers did a splendid job towards the end on day two as they picked three Australian wickets in the form of David Warner, Usman Khawaja, and Marnus Labuschagne. 

The bowlers need to continue their magic on day three as well to stop Australia at a low score. 

The online odds suggest that the English seam duo of Mark Wood and Chris Woakes will be picking two wickets each in the second innings. Notably, both Wood and Woakes picked one wicket each on day two in the form of Khawaja and Warner respectively. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: D W W W L 

ENG: D L L L L    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 2

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

15 Jan 2022 - 09:00 am

Bellerive Oval

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There was a lot of action and drama on the 22-yard pitch as Australia locked horns with England on day one of the fifth Test match. The last Ashes match is being played at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart from January 14 to January 18. 

England made a brilliant start to the day as they scalped three quick wickets in the form of David Warner, Usman Khawaja, and Steve Smith. However, the day belonged to Australia owing to the batting brilliance by Travis Head and strong contributions by Marnus Labuschagne and Cameron Green.

Australia will resume day two with an overnight score of 241 for six with Alex Carey and Mitchell Starc in the middle. Stuart Broad and Ollie Robinson were the joint-highest wicket-takers for England with two wickets each. Notably, about 30 overs of play was compromised on day one due to rainfall. 

Australia

  • The host made only change in their playing XI as they picked Usman Khawaja in place of Marcus Harris.
  • Australia were successful in adding 241 runs to the scoreboard while losing six wickets on day one.
  • Travis Head was the main man for Australia as he played a scintillating knock of 101 runs.
  • Cameron Green also looked decent as he played a good knock of 74 runs.

Pick of the Day

Australia’s Total Runs in 1st Innings: Under 310.5
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England

  • Englishmen made as many as five changes to their playing XI due to injury concerns and availability issues. 
  • Sam Billings made his debut while Rory Burns, Ollie Pope, Chris Woakes, and Ollie Robinson also found a place in the playing XI.
  • England need to come up with better strategies and planning to tackle Australia’s decorated batting lineup.
  • Stuart Broad and Ollie Robinson were the joint-highest wicket-takers with two wickets each. 

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportThunderstorm

    Temp24°C

  • VenueBellerive Oval

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average281

    1st Innings361

Bellerive Oval, Pitch Report

Bellerive Oval in Hobart is likely to offer a decent batting track to Australia and England as they will go up against each other for the final time. Batters will like batting on the surface and the fans can expect a high-scoring affair between the two sides.

The ball will come nicely on the bat and the willow wielders will get good value for their shot. The batters need to be careful in their approach, in the beginning, to avoid losing their wicket to careless and loose shots.

Bellerive Oval has nothing much to offer to the bowlers. However, the bowlers can get some pace and bounce from the surface in the first innings. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance as Australia will have a go at England in the final Test match. The forecast isn’t clear at Bellerive Oval for day two of the Test i.e January 15, Saturday. Thunderstorms are expected throughout the day with the precipitation chances as high as 80 percent.

If not a complete washout, then the weather can definitely put temporary halts in the match time and again. The temperature is expected to hover around 24 degrees celsius with a wind speed of 21 km/h and humidity around 73 percent. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland

England:

Rory Burns, Zak Crawley, Ollie Pope, Sam Billings(w), Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   3   1
ENG   1   3

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

The first day of the second Test match between Australia and England saw both sides gaining momentum at some point in time and having their moments on the field. The Bellerive Oval is known for providing some assistance to the bowlers early in the first innings.

Englishmen made the most out of the surface as they dismissed David Warner, Usman Khawaja, and Steven Smith at 0, 6, and 0 runs respectively. The visitors were on the verge of picking up the fourth wicket also but they dropped Marnus Labuschagne when he was playing at zero. 

It proved too costly for England as the number three batter scripted a crucial partnership with Travis Head to bail Australia out of the crisis. Labuschagne departed after scoring 44 runs and taking Australia to a score of 83.

However, England couldn’t heave a sigh of relief as Head along with Cameron Green put up a terrific show in Hobart. The two together put on a 121-run stand for the fifth wicket. Travis Head smashed another century during Ashes 2021-22 while Green added 74 runs to the scoreboard.

It was Chris Woakes who gave the much-needed breakthrough to England by dismissing Head. It was followed by another quick wicket in the form of Green by Mark Wood. The two dismissals definitely put a temporary halt on the flow of runs for the home team. 

Australia were playing at 214 for six when the drizzle interrupted the play and the players never returned back on the field. Alex Carey and Mitchell Starc will start day two for England with ten and zero runs respectively to their name.

For England, Stuart Broad and Ollie Robinson were the joint-highest wicket-takers on day one with two wickets each. The only way for England to stay alive in the game is by picking folding Australia in the first session of the second day.

Australia scoring 300 runs shouldn’t be bad for England considering the pitch at the Bellerive Oval flattens out as the match progresses. Though England have an advantage of batting second in Hobart. We predict a victory for Australia. 

Australia’s Total Runs in 1st Innings

For the first time in Ashes 2021-22, England bowlers were successful in putting the Australian batters under pressure. Englishmen made full use of the bounce and pace provided by Bellerive Oval early in the first innings as they caused a collapse of the host top and middle order.

Aussies were heading towards a low score after being reduced to 83 for four. However, Travis Head flaunted his class and he played a masterclass of innings. The middle-order batters saved his team by smashing a hundred. He found an ally in Cameron Green who added 74 runs to the scoreboard.

Australia will now resume with an overnight score of 241 for six with Alex Carey and Mitchell Starc. Not much is expected from the lower-middle order. Online odds suggest that England will be able to stop Australia at a score below 310. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: D W W W L 

ENG: D L L L L    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 1

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

14 Jan 2022 - 09:30 am

Bellerive Oval

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Australia will take on England for the last time in Ashes 2021-22 at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart. The two teams will play against each other in the fifth Test match under the lights in Hobart from January 14 to January 18. Notably, this is the second pick-ball Test between the two sides in the ongoing edition of the Ashes.

After losing three consecutive games, England finally showed a good performance in Sydney. The fourth Test witnessed a tight and tense effort with both sides putting up a fight to win the game. Owing to the resistance and spirit of the Englishmen, the game ended in a draw.

Though a whitewash is up for Australia anymore, they will hope for a splendid result in form of 4-0. England, on the other hand, will fancy winning the last Test to at least have something positive to talk about in the series. 

Australia

  • Australia will start the fifth Test match in Bellerive Oval in Hobart as favorites.
  • The team has dropped Marcus Harris to include Usman Khawaja in the final game as an opener.
  • Travis Head makes a comeback in the team after recovering from Covid-19.
  • The team will again miss Josh Hazelwood while Scott Boland is also doubtful due to an injury.

Pick of the Day

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England

  • England are expected to put up a good fight to secure their first victory in Ashes 2021-22.
  • The team has a lot of selection headaches due to injury concerns and availability issues.
  • Jos Buttler has traveled back to England due to injury concerns as Sam Billings will be making his Test debut for the Englishmen.
  • James Anderson is likely to be rested while Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow are racing against time to play the final Test.

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportShowers

    Temp23°C

  • VenueBellerive Oval

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average281

    1st Innings361

Bellerive Oval, Pitch Report

Bellerive Oval in Hobart is likely to offer a decent batting track to Australia and England as they will go up against each other for the final time. Batters will like batting on the surface and the fans can expect a high-scoring affair between the two sides.

The ball will come nicely on the bat and the willow wielders will get good value for their shot. The batters need to be careful in their approach, in the beginning, to avoid losing their wicket to careless and loose shots.

Bellerive Oval has nothing much to offer to the bowlers. However, the bowlers can get some pace and bounce from the surface in the first innings. Thus, the skipper winning the toss should fancy batting second as chasing is easy on the surface. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance as Australia will have a go at England in the final Test match. The forecast isn’t clear at Bellerive Oval for day one of the Test i.e January 14, Friday. Rain showers are expected throughout the day with the precipitation chances as high as 80 percent.

If not a complete washout, then the weather can definitely put temporary halts in the match time and again. The temperature is expected to hover around 23 degrees celsius with a wind speed of 32 km/h and humidity around 72 percent. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins (capt), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Mitchell Starc, Scott Boland, Nathan Lyon

England:

Rory Burns, Ollie Robinson, Mark Wood, Zak Crawley, Dawid Malan, Joe Root (capt), Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Sam Billings (wk), Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   3   1
ENG   1   3

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

Fans can expect a terrific game of Test cricket as England will go one-on-one against Australia in Hobart. The match will be played from January 14 to January 18 at the Bellerive Oval under the lights. This is the last chance for England to secure a victory in Ashes 2021-22.

Notably, the visitors lost all the first three matches in the series to lose the urn. They finally delivered a decent performance in their last game as Sydney Test ended in a draw. It was a fine batting performance that helped England in ending the game in a tie. 

Jonny Bairstow was the wrecker-in-chief for the Englishmen as he slammed a much-needed century in the first innings. Ben Stokes also showed signs of brilliance as he hammered a fifty each across both the innings.

The resilience and resilience shown by England must have given the team a lot of confidence. However, the visitors will be facing a lot of selection headaches ahead of the final Test. The team has been marred with injuries with a handful of main players doubtful for the game.

The wicketkeeper-batter Jos Buttler fractured his finger and thus had to travel back home following the fourth Test. Sam Billings has been called as a replacement for the keeper. Billings will be making his Test debut for England on Friday.

Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes also faced injuries in the Sydney Test and they are racing against time to play the final game. In the bowling department, James Anderson is likely to be rested for the Hobart match.

Australia, on the other hand, have their entire focus on winning the Test series by 4-0. Though the team will start as favorites, they also have some injury concerns in their camp. Josh Hazelwood isn’t recovered yet while Scott Boland can also give the game a miss. 

Jhye Richardson can be named as a potential replacement for the seamer. Also, Australia have rewarded Usman Khawaja for his terrific performance in the fourth Test. Making his comeback in the Australian team, Khawaja slammed back-to-back centuries across both innings. 

Usman came as a replacement for Travis Head who had tested positive for Covid-19. With Head making a comeback in the team, Australia decided to drop opener Marcus Harris to retain Khawaja.

Australia are a stronger side as compared to England. The chances of hosts winning another Test match against Englishmen are sky-high. We predict Aussies to win the game and the series by 4-0. 

Toss

Toss will be playing a crucial role at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart. The skipper winning the toss should opt to bowl first as batting is easy on the surface in the second innings. The pitch report for the venue suggests a lot of help for the batters.

Though batters will rule the show, pacers can do magic in the initial phase of the first innings. Also, the pitch flattens out as the game progresses. Thus, chasing is always a better option in Hobart. With the ball coming on the bat nicely and the players getting good value for their shots, fans can expect a high-scoring thriller between England and Australia. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: D W W W L 

ENG: D L L L L    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 5

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

09 Jan 2022 - 05:00 am

Sydney Cricket Ground

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The last day of the fourth Test between Australia and England promises to provide the users with utmost entertainment. At stumps on day four, England are reeling at 30 for no loss while batting in the second innings. 

The team now needs to score 358 runs more on day four to register their first victory in Ashes 2021-22. Australia, on the other hand, will aim to pick up all the ten wickets to take their lead to 4-0. 

Australia

  • Australia were lethal with the bat in their second batting innings as they hammered 265 runs in 68.5 overs.
  • Usman Khawaja was again the top scorer with a whopping not-out 101 runs off 138 balls. 
  • Khawaja found an ally in Cameron Green who slammed 74 runs while facing 122 deliveries. 
  • Scott Boland is the highest wicket-taker for Australia so far with four wickets to his name. 

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England

  • England could score only 294 runs in their first batting innings after batting for 79.1 overs.
  • Jonny Bairstow was the highest run-getter for the visitors with 113 runs to his name.
  • Jack Leach picked the most wickets for England in the third innings as dismissed four Australian batters.
  • England will resume day five with an overnight score of 30 and a target of 358 runs. 

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportThunderstorm

    Temp24°C

  • VenueSydney Cricket Ground

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average278

    1st Innings317

Sydney Cricket Ground, Pitch Report

Sydney Cricket Ground is known as a batting track and the batters will definitely enjoy playing their strokes on the surface. The pitch will assist the batters early in the match as the ball will come on the bat nicely.

There is some purchase on the surface for the bowlers as well. The seamers will receive extra bounce pace and seam from the surface. The overcast conditions will also help the seamers generate more help from the deck.

Spinners will come into the play during the second half of the match. Batting first, Australia will be at an advantage as the surface slows down as the game progresses. England batters need to play with caution to stay alive in the game. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance on day five of the fourth Test match between England and Australia. The forecast isn’t clear for January 09, Sunday. If not a complete washout, then the rain will most likely hamper the game in parts. 

Thunderstorms are predicted on Sunday with precipitation chances as high as 90 percent. The temperature will be around 24 degrees celsius with humidity and wind speed at 84 percent and 24 km/h respectively. The overcast conditions can help Australian seamers cause havoc in the middle on the fourth day. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Marcus Harris, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Usman Khawaja, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland

England:

Haseeb Hameed, Zak Crawley, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Mark Wood, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   4   1
ENG   1   4

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

Despite the 90 percent precipitation chances, there was no interruption by rain during the fourth day of the fourth Test between Australia and England. Day four saw all the things in clusters be it the wickets or the runs. The Englishmen were bowled out for 294 early in the morning as Jonny Bairstow walked away with a much-deserved century. 

Starting their second batting innings with a healthy lead of 122, Australia aimed to add some quick runs to post a massive target in front of England for the fourth innings. The host found themselves in trouble early in the third innings as Jack Leach unleashed a beast. 

The spinner picked up quick wickets and Australia found themselves at 86/4. A collapse was expected but Usman Khawaja and Cameron Green delivered an extraordinary batting effort. The duo stitched a crucial partnership to take their team to a score of 265 runs.

Khawaja remained not out as he hammered his second century of the game. Cameron Green, on the other hand, added 74 runs after facing 122 deliveries. 

Australia presented England with a mammoth score of 388 runs. Starting their batting innings later on day four, the visitors looked in decent touch. The opening duo of Zak Crawley and Hasseb Hammed added 30 runs to the scoreboard without any casualties.

Playing on day five, England will hope to draw the match, if not win it. However, it shouldn’t be much difficult for the visitors to chase the total considering their decorated line-up and the good batting pitch on offer. We predict Australia to pick ten wickets on day five and win the match. 

Draw

With a target as big as 358 runs, England are expected to play for a draw if not for a victory. Australia need ten wickets to win the match as they are deemed as the favorites. However, the only way possible for England to avoid a loss is by playing for a draw. The chances of the game ending in a draw are quite decent. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: W W W L NR 

ENG: L L L L W    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 4

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

08 Jan 2022 - 05:00 am

Sydney Cricket Ground

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The battle between Australia and England has gotten intense with both the teams putting up their best efforts to win the fourth Test match. Playing at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Australia and England are entertaining the cricket fans with excellent performances both with the bat and the ball.

Resuming day three at an overnight score of 13/0, the hosts batted the whole day to take their score to 258/7. Though the team has avoided a follow-on, they need to ensure a superlative batting performance on the fourth day to keep their chances of winning the Test match alive. 

Australia, on the other hand, will have all their focus on resuming batting at the earliest on day four. The host will fancy scoring some quick runs in their second batting innings to preset England with a big score and give enough time to their bowlers in the last innings. 

Australia

  • Australia bowlers were excellent in the first session on day three as they picked four quick wickets.
  • The pacers somewhere lost their track towards the end as they gave a lot of runs to the England batters to score runs.
  • Pat Cummins and Scott Boland picked two wickets each on day three of the fourth Test match.
  • Mitchell Starc, Cameron Green, and Nathan Lyon also had one each to their name. 

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England

  • England delivered an extraordinary batting effort for the major portion of the third day.
  • Jonny Bairstow was the standout performer as he slammed his seventh Test hundred. 
  • Ben Stokes also looked decent in the middle as he notched his 25th Test fifty.
  • England will resume day four with an overnight score of 258-7 and with Bairstow and Jack Leach in the middle. 

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportThunderstorm

    Temp27°C

  • VenueSydney Cricket Ground

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average278

    1st Innings317

Sydney Cricket Ground, Pitch Report

Sydney Cricket Ground is known as a batting track and the batters will definitely enjoy playing their strokes on the surface. The pitch will assist the batters early in the match as the ball will come on the bat nicely.

There is some purchase on the surface for the bowlers as well. The seamers will receive extra bounce pace and seam from the surface. The overcast conditions will also help the seamers generate more help from the deck.

Spinners will come into the play during the second half of the match. Batting first, Australia will be at an advantage as the surface slows down as the game progresses. England batters need to play with caution to stay alive in the game. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance on day four of the fourth Test match between England and Australia. The forecast isn’t clear for January 08, Saturday. If not a complete washout, then the rain will most likely hamper the game in parts. 

Thunderstorms are predicted on Saturday with precipitation chances as high as 90 percent. The temperature will be around 27 degrees celsius with humidity and wind speed at 80 percent and 23 km/h respectively. The overcast conditions can help Australian seamers cause havoc in the middle on the fourth day. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Marcus Harris, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Usman Khawaja, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland

England:

Haseeb Hameed, Zak Crawley, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Mark Wood, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   4   1
ENG   1   4

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

The third day of the fourth Test match between Australia and England saw the momentum swinging back and forth between both sides. Resuming day three at an overnight score of 13, the England opening duo of Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley were expected to do something exceptional.

However, following a massive score of 416 runs, England got off to a horrendous start. Mitchell Starc provided the first breakthrough to the host as he dismissed Hameed when he was batting at six. What followed after that was a flurry of wickets as Zak Crawley was dismissed at 18 while Dawid Malan could score only 3 runs.

England received a massive setback in the 21st over as their skipper and the backbone of the batting line-up, Joe Root bagged a seven-ball duck. Scott Boland trapped Root in an lbw to take England’s score to 36/4. 

Another batting collapse was on cards for England but Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow came to the rescue of the visitors. Stokes notched up his 25th half-century in the purest format of the game. The all-rounder alongside Bairstow stitched a crucial partnership of 128 runs. 

After Stokes, it was Jonny Bairstow who took the center stage. The wicketkeeper-batter showed his aggressive avatar as he slammed his seventh Test hundred. The 32-year-old has some nervy moments in the 90s but he made it through all the hurdles. 

Mark Wood also flaunted his talent with the willow on day three. The seamer hammered bowlers like Pat Cummins all over the park to collect 39 runs off just 41 deliveries. At stumps, England were 258/7 with Bairstow and Jack Leach in the middle.

The visitors have successfully avoided the follow-on. They now need to prolong their stay with the bat to come as close as possible to the total scored by Australia in their first batting innings.

The odds are in favor of Australia dominating the fourth day both with the bat and the ball. We predict Australia to end England’s batting innings soon and then score some quick runs with the willow. 

Draw

The chances of the fourth Test of the five-match series between Australia and England ending in a draw are high. Following the conclusion of the first three days of the Test match, both the teams are yet to complete their first batting innings. 

Australia scored 416 runs in their first batting innings while England will resume day four with a score of 258-7. Thus, the chances of both the teams completing their respective two batting innings within the remaining two days seem to be a tough task. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: W W W L NR 

ENG: L L L L W    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 3

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

07 Jan 2022 - 05:00 am

Sydney Cricket Ground

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Day two of the second Test match completely belonged to Australia as they delivered an ethereal performance with the willow. Australia have positioned themselves as the favorites in the game by posting a mammoth score of 416 runs on the scoreboard. The team batted for a total of 134 overs in their first batting innings.

Resuming at an overnight score of 13, the opening duo of Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley will have the responsibility to outshine the Australian batters and give England a dream start with the bat. 

Australia

  • Australia posted a massive score of 416 runs on the board after batting for 134 overs.
  • Usman Khawaja was the star for the team as he slammed 137 runs off 260 deliveries. 
  • Steven Smith also played some class shots in the middle to collect 67 runs from 141 balls.
  • The responsibility now falls on the bowlers to exploit the conditions and cause a collapse of England’s batting line-up. 

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England

  • England bowlers looked ordinary in the first innings as they leaked a lot of runs.
  • Stuart Broad was the pick of the bowler with five wickets to his name.
  • Mark Wood, Joe Root, and James Anderson also scalped one wicket each.
  • Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley will resume the third day with an overnight score of 13-0. 

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportThunderstorm

    Temp26°C

  • VenueSydney Cricket Ground

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average278

    1st Innings317

Sydney Cricket Ground, Pitch Report

Sydney Cricket Ground is known as a batting track and the batters will definitely enjoy playing their strokes on the surface. The pitch will assist the batters early in the match as the ball will come on the bat nicely.

There is some purchase on the surface for the bowlers as well. The seamers will receive extra bounce pace and seam from the surface. The overcast conditions will also help the seamers generate more help from the deck.

Spinners will come into the play during the second half of the match. Batting first, Australia will be at an advantage as the surface slows down as the game progresses. England batters need to play with caution to stay alive in the game. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance on day three of the fourth Test match between England and Australia. The forecast isn’t clear for January 07, Friday. If not a complete washout, then the rain will most likely hamper the game in parts. 

Thunderstorms are predicted on Friday with precipitation chances as high as 70 percent. The temperature will be around 26 degrees celsius with humidity and wind speed at 77 percent and 40 km/h. The overcast conditions can help Australian seamers cause havoc in the middle on the third day. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Marcus Harris, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Usman Khawaja, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland

England:

Haseeb Hameed, Zak Crawley, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Mark Wood, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   4   1
ENG   1   4

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

The prediction for day three of the fourth Test match between England and Australia suggests an upper hand for the host. Australian bowlers are once again expected to cause carnage on the 22-yard pitch to cause a brutal collapse of the visitors’ batting line-up. 

So far in Ashes 2021-22, Australian seamers have won the battle against the visitors as England batters failed to answer the difficult questions. Something similar is expected to Friday as well because the visitors will be extremely low on confidence following their big defeats in the first three Test matches. 

Day two of the match saw Australia making a firm grip on the game owing to an exceptional batting performance. Batting first at the Syndey Cricket Ground, the hosts declared their innings after posting a mammoth score of 416 runs in 134 overs.

England had a wicketless first session but the bowlers made a comeback in the second session. The visitors were confident of stopping Australia under 300 after picking three quick wickets.

However, Usman Khawaja, who came as a replacement for Travis Head, had some other plans. The middle-order batter displayed hir grit and resilience as he stitched a crucial 67-run stand with Mitchell Starc. During the process, Khwaja also slammed his 9th Test hundred.

The 35-year-old’s blistering knock of 137 runs came to an end as Stuart Broad dismantled the stumps in 132nd over. Australia’s lower-order also chipped in with some crucial knocks as Pat Cummins and Starc scored 24 and 34 runs respectively. Nathan Lyon also added 16 runs off seven balls.

For England, Stuart Broad was the only positive. The seamer picked up as many as five wickets while bowling at an economy rate of 3.5. James Anderson, Mark Wood, and Joe Root also returned with one wicket each.

England kick-started their batting innings late on day two as they were given a massive total of 416 runs to follow. Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley scored 2 runs each and they will resume with an overnight score of 13.

The two players will hope to play good innings to set the stage for the coming players. England have a lot of players in their rank who can give a good fight to the Australian seamers. 

England Total Runs in First Innings

The online odds suggest that the visitors will be scoring above 271 runs in their first batting innings. England need to present a phenomenal batting effort on the third day to keep their hopes of winning at least one Test math during Ashes 2021-22 alive.

Though the England batters have looked out of touch for the major portion of the series, they have the superstars in their team who can cause a turnaround at any point in time. Haseeb Hammed and Zak Crawley will be expected to give the team a good start.

Also, England will be hoping for above-average batting performances from their star players including the likes of skipper Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow, and Jos Buttler. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: W W W L NR 

ENG: L L L L W    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 2

Australia

AUS

VS
England

ENG

06 Jan 2022 - 05:00 am

Sydney Cricket Ground

Prediction & Betting Pick

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A rain-marred first day saw Team England pretty good in the middle. Not much was expected from the visitors following their horrendous performance in the first three matches. However, the fans were in for a surprise as England were decent with the ball on the first day.

The visitors now need to dismiss Australia at a low score on day two and give a bold reply with the willow. Australia, on the other hand, will hope for outstanding performance with the bat to strengthen their aim of causing a whitewash wash by 2-0. 

Australia

  • Australia made one change in their playing XI as they replaced Travis Head with Usman Khawaja.
  • The host won the toss and Pat Cummins opted to bat first at Sydney Cricket Ground. 
  • Marcus Harris was the top scorer for Australia on day one as he slammed 38 runs before losing his wicket to James Anderson.
  • Australia will resume Day two with an overnight score of 126 for three.
  • Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja will start the second day at scores of six and four respectively. 

Pick of the Day

Draw
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England

  • England replaced an injured Ollie Robinson with Stuart Broad in their playing XI. 
  • The bowlers were successful in making an impact on day one as they picked up three wickets.
  • Stuart Broad gave the first breakthrough to his team by dismissing David Warner when he was playing at 30. 
  • Apart from Broad, James Anderson and Mark Wood also picked a wicket each.
  • The pacers will now look to dismiss Australia under 200 on day two to gain some momentum. 

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportThunderstorm

    Temp26°C

  • VenueSydney Cricket Ground

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average278

    1st Innings317

Sydney Cricket Ground, Pitch Report

Sydney Cricket Ground is known as a batting track and the batters will definitely enjoy playing their strokes on the surface. The pitch will assist the batters early in the match as the ball will come on the bat nicely.

There is some purchase on the surface for the bowlers as well. The seamers will receive extra bounce pace and seam from the surface. The overcast conditions will also help the seamers generate more help from the deck.

Spinners will come into the play during the second half of the match. Batting first, Australia will be at an advantage as the surface slows down as the game progresses. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance on day two of the fourth Test match between England and Australia. The forecast isn’t clear for January 06, Thursday. If not a complete washout, then the rain will most likely hamper the game in parts. 

Thunderstorms are predicted on Thursday with precipitation chances as high as 80 percent. The temperature will be around 26 degrees celsius with humidity and wind speed at 77 percent and 37 km/h. The overcast conditions can help England seamers cause havoc in the middle on the second day. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

Marcus Harris, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Usman Khawaja, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland

England:

Haseeb Hameed, Zak Crawley, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Mark Wood, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   4   1
ENG   1   4

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

Rain played spoilsport on day one as the game was disrupted at regular intervals. Despite a break at regular intervals, 46.5 overs were bowled on the first day between Australia and England. There was a delayed start by 30 minutes due to bad weather conditions.

The toss flipped in the favor of Australian skipper Pat Cummins and he made the obvious choice of batting first at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The England seamers looked lethal during the first session of the match as they received extra bounce and pace.

The Australian opening duo of David Warner and Marcus Harris looked well settled in the middle and another big score was predicted. However, after a 50-run partnership between the two players, Joe Root introduced Stuart Broad back into the attack.

Broad gave the much-needed breakthrough to his team as he cleaned up in-form Warner when he was playing at 30 runs. After Broad, it was James Anderson who flaunted his class with the ball. 

Anderson dismissed another opening batter Marcus Harris when he was playing at 38 runs in 39.1 overs. In the very next over, Mark Wood returned with the third wicket for the English side. 

The seamer dismissed Marnus Labuschagne when he was playing at 28 runs. Three dismissals have surely weekend the Australian batting line-up. England need to continue the same momentum on day two as well to stop the host at a below-average score. 

Australia, on the other hand, will hope for a brilliant performance in the first innings to take a lead in the fourth Test match. The batters will have to do something extra while they resume with an overnight score of 126 for three. 

Stave Smith and Usman Khawaja are there in the middle while playing at six and four respectively. We predict England to dominate the game on the second day as well. A victory in the fourth Test is necessary for the England side as they are playing for their pride. 

The visitors have already lost the Ashes 2021-22 trophy but will aim to win the remaining two games as consolation prizes. Australia, on the other hand, are aiming for a whitewash by 5-0 after retaining the urn. 

Draw 

The odds of the fourth Test between England and Australia ending in a draw are very less. A result is very likely at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Notably, all the three Test matches so far have given a proper result.

Australia won the first Test at The Gabba by nine wickets. The host returned with another impressive performance in the second Test as they secured a victory by 275 runs. The most recent Test match between the two sides saw the host winning by an innings and 14 runs. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: W W W L NR 

ENG: L L L L W    

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The Ashes 2022 Day 1

Australia

AUS

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ENG

05 Jan 2022 - 05:00 am

Sydney Cricket Ground

Prediction & Betting Pick

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The cricket fraternity now moves to Sydney as Australia and England will play the fourth Test of the Ashes 2021-22 at Sydney Cricket Ground from January 05 to January 09. Australia have already retained the Ashes trophy by winning the first three Test matches.

They will now aim to win the upcoming two games also to cause a whitewash for the England side. Englishmen, on the other hand, will be playing for their pride. The team will hope to win the remaining two Test matches to reduce the margin of their loss in the league. 

Australia

  • Australia will start as prime favorites as they will be gunning for a 5-0 whitewash.
  • The team will be missing the services of Travis Head as he has tested positive for Covid-19.
  • Usman Khawaja is likely to replace the middle-order batter in the playing XI.
  • Josh Hazelwood is still unavailable for selection due to injury. 

Pick of the Day

England first 15 Overs Total. Innings #1: Under 32.5
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England

  • England will be extremely low on confidence after three big defeats under their belt.
  • They will hope to win the remaining two Test matches to do some damage control.
  • England will be welcoming Stuart Broad back in the team in place of an injured Ollie Robinson.
  • Their head coach Chris Silverwood won’t be available as he has been diagnosed with coronavirus.

Playing conditions

  • Weather ReportScattered Thunderstorms

    Temp25°C

  • VenueSydney Cricket Ground

    Pitch ReportBatting

  • Overall Average278

    1st Innings317

Sydney Cricket Ground, Pitch Report

Sydney Cricket Ground is known as a batting track and the batters will definitely enjoy playing their strokes on the surface. The pitch will assist the batters early in the match as the ball will come on the bat nicely.

There is some purchase on the surface for the bowlers as well. The seamers will receive extra bounce pace and seam from the surface. The overcast conditions will also help the seamers generate more help from the deck.

Spinners will come into the play during the second half of the match. Also, the skipper winning the toss should opt to bat first. Ground slows down as the game progresses and batters will find it difficult to play freely. 

Weather Forecast

Weather can act as a hindrance on day one of the fourth Test match between England and Australia. The forecast isn’t clear for January 05, Wednesday. If not a complete washout, then the rain will most likely hamper the game in parts.

Scattered Thunderstorms are predicted on Thursday with precipitation chances as high as 100 percent. The temperature will be around 25 degrees celsius with humidity and wind speed at 81 percent and 24 km/h. 

AUS vs ENG Probable Playing XI

Australia:

David Warner, Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Usman Khawaja, Pat Cummins (c), Scott Boland, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk)

England:

Zak Crawley, Haseeb Hameed, Dawid Malan, Joe Root (c), Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, James Anderson, Jos Buttler (wk), Mark Wood

Head to Head (Last 5 Test Matches)

Team Won Lost
AUS   4   1
ENG   1   4

Betting Tip

Match Prediction for AUS vs ENG

Australia are already done and dusted with the Ashes 2021-22. The host dominated the league so far to take an unassailable lead of 3-0 and retain the urn for the second consecutive year.

The Ashes 2021-22 kickstarted with Australia winning the first Test by nine wickets. Travis Head was the main man for Australia as he slammed 152 runs in their first batting innings to take the score to 425 runs.

Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc were lethal with the ball as they folded England at scores of 147 and 297 in their two innings. England hoped for a comeback in the second Test but they were rewarded with another big loss. 

This time it was Marcus Labuschagne who was the star with the willow. Meanwhile, the pace attack continued their assault to cause a collapse of England’s batting unit across both innings.

The fans were hoping for a good fight from England in the third Test as it was a do-or-die game. However, they were again met with disappointment as the visitors delivered an even worse performance to lose the match within three days. Australia secured a victory in the third Test by an innings and 14 runs. 

Heading into the fourth Test, Australia will have their eyes set to causing a whitewash by 5-0. The host are also the favorites to win the match at SCG. Meanwhile, they are likely to make a forced change in their playing XI.

Travis Head tested positive for coronavirus and has been ruled out of the game. Thus, Australia can give a chance to Usman Khawaja. No other change is expected in the line-up as Josh Hazelwood isn’t given a clean shit yet to participate in the fixtures.

Speaking about England, they need to take some desperate measures to cause a turnaround in their performance. The visiting nation should work on their batting as the batters have let the team down in Ashes so far.

Though England are lagging behind, we can’t rule them out of the competition as they have some lethal players including Jos Buttler, Joe Root, and Ben Stokes in their line-up. The team has made just one change in their playing XI from the previous match.

They have replaced Ollie Robinson with Stuart Broad as the former has suffered an injury. Undoubtedly, Englishmen will be pumped up to win the remaining two games to save their pride and respect. 

England First 15 Overs Total

The online odds suggest that England will score less than 32 runs in their first 15 overs if they get to bat in the first innings. Unlike the other three Test matches, England will hope to have a slow start and not lose their wickets recklessly.

For the team to secure victory, it is important for the opening pair of Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley to get settled in the middle. Once the foundation is laid, the players like Jor Root, Jos Buttler, and Ben Stokes and come in and play their natural game to take the team towards a big score. 

Recent Test Form (L to R)

AUS: W W W L NR 

ENG: L L L L W    

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