The England cricket team has kept their chances of winning the Ashes series alive by winning the third test match of the 5-match series which was played at Headingley Carnegie.
There is a gap of 10 days between the third and the fourth test matches and cricketers of both the teams will be back after rejuvenating but the Australian team will need to find answer to some questions before the fourth test match.
One of the positives that Australia has got from this test match is the performance of Mitchell Marsh who has replaced the injured Cameron Green in the third test match. While Mitchell Marsh scored a century (118) in the first innings, he also took 2 wickets in both the innings of England. However with Cameron Green being fit for the fourth test match, the big question is which cricketer will get replaced by Mitchell Marsh if he is selected for the fourth test match.
The Aussie skipper Pat Cummins has remained tight-lipped on the question of senior cricketer David Warner losing his place in the team as he is not being able to perform as per the expectations for quite some time now. When Pat Cummins was asked about the team composition, he said that they all would be away for few days, hopefully Cameron Green would be fit by that time and they would have complete roster. He added that they would look at the pitch and then they would talk and work out the best playing eleven.
However, David Warner’s wife Candice Warner has made a post on Instagram which has given rise to speculations regarding David Warner’s retirement. She posted a family photo with the caption, “The end of an era for us touring with test cricket, it’s been fun. Forever your biggest supporters and your girl gang. Love you @davidwarner31”
Check out the pic:
Here’s her Instagram post:
While this post may be about the last overseas tour of David Warner before retirement, many people are thinking that David Warner may take retirement after the Ashes or during the Ashes series.
Well, we need to wait a little to find out what happens with David Warner but still we will like to see him play some more, won’t we?