Ashes 2017: These two things worried Australia before the fourth Test

New Delhi: With the win in Perth Test, the host Australia team has achieved an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the series. And the host team is now engaged in planning to clean the British, then two things have worried Australia before the fourth Test, starting with Boxing Day. The fourth Test will be played in Melbourne from December 26. Nevertheless, its English team must perform well in both Tests to avoid whitewash.

Talking to the English team, none of the guys except David Malan and Johnny Bairstow have been able to impress. Captain Joe Root and former captain Alastair Cook Kangaroos have struggled to get the ground on the ground. James Anderson has taken 12 wickets in 3 Tests, but the rest of the team's bowlers have not joined him. Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes are lagging behind in the field of wicket jerks.

However, English pacer Volks are stressing on the attempt to return. There has also been a change in the England team. Fast bowler Craig Overton has dropped out of the fourth Ashes Test due to an injury in the rib. Instead of overtone, the young fast bowler Toss Currun has been included in the team.

On the other hand, captain Steven Smith (426 runs), Shaun Marsh (224 runs), Mitchell Marsh (181 runs) are in excellent form, while Josh Hazlewood (15 wickets), Pat Cummins (11 Wicket) and Nathan Lyon (14 wickets) are ahead in the wicket. This performance and a 3-0 lead in the series is enough to show that how the morale will be in Australia's fourth Test.

On Sunday, Australian captain Steven Smith has been injured in the hand during the practice session. After this, Smith did not practice in the nets. At the same time, Mitchell Starc, who took the maximum number of wickets in 3 Tests, was out due to injury. Their place will be given a chance to Jackson Bird. Despite this concern, Australia's position is far more heavier.

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