Veteran England pacer James Anderson admitted that will probably be a problem for him and his fellow bowlers to take care of Australian opener David Warner within the upcoming Ashes.
Warner is coming contemporary from his resilience in Australia’s triumphant marketing campaign within the T20 World Cup. He scored 289 runs on the strike price of 146.70.
You can by no means say you’re really on high of David Warner: James Anderson
Warner went by way of a lean patch through the 2019 Ashes, the place he scored simply 95 runs in 10 Test innings and received dismissed by Stuart Broad seven out of 10 instances throughout that tour.
But Anderson, who will lead England’s tempo assault towards Australia within the Ashes, feels Warner shall be a distinct batter in Australia.
“We’ve played so much cricket against David Warner, we know you can never say you’re actually on top of him — he’s that good of a batter, he’s got that much quality,” Anderson instructed Fox Sports.
“His record in Australia is ridiculous, so we know it’s going to be a different animal to the one we faced in 2019 in our summer,” he added.
David Warner is much more essential within the Test line-up: Greg Chappell
Warner had a tricky time throughout IPL 2021, the place issues didn’t go nicely between him and the franchise. But he made a powerful comeback within the World T20, smashing three fifties, together with the 53 within the remaining towards New Zealand.
Former Australian participant Greg Chappell mentioned that Warner’s capacity to attain at a speedy tempo makes him extra precious in Australia’s Test staff.
“Many had written him off before the T20 World Cup, only to have him prove how important he is at the top of the order,” Chappell mentioned.
“I think he is even more important in the Test line-up. A skilful, fast-scoring opening batsman can be invaluable in setting up the game. Teams with aggressive openers cause opposition captains and bowlers to toss and turn at night,” he added.
Warner smashed 335 towards Pakistan on the Adelaide Oval in November 2019 and remained unbeaten as then Australia captain Tim Paine had declared the innings.
The first Ashes Test between Australia and England shall be performed on December 8 on the Gabba in Brisbane.