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Ashes 2021-22: ‘It Is 100% Clear That An England Test Cricket Team Will Embark On The Tour’ – Stuart Broad



Ashes 2021-22: 'It Is 100% Clear That An England Team Will Embark On The Tour' - Stuart Broad

England veteran pacer Stuart Broad feels that ‘It is 100 percent clear that an England team will tour Australia’.

The future of the Ashes Test Series seems to be ambiguous as the England players await more clarity on the quarantine rules in Australia.

He feels that there will not be any postponement to Ashes and has also made himself available to play in the Ashes.

“If you ask me if I would be happy to get on a plane to Australia in November, I would say yes. I am working tirelessly to get there. I don’t feel there will be a postponement. In my mind, it is 100 percent clear that an England team of some description will embark on the tour,” Broad wrote in his column for Daily Mail.

“But if another player called me and told me they couldn’t commit, I would totally accept it.

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“Everyone has to make their own decision and Ashley Giles, England’s director of cricket, has made it clear a player’s chances of selection in the future will not be harmed if they opt-out in these circumstances,” he added.

“My entire focus at the moment is getting myself ready physically for what I am resigned to being the most unusual of Ashes tours.

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“There is obviously a lot going on at the executive level to negotiate acceptable arrangements for the England team. And my message to our bosses at the ECB is simple: ‘Give us the best possible chance to be mentally strong come January with the environment that is created.

“Let’s try to make it as comfortable as possible for us because if you go somewhere like Australia and have to bunker down. You won’t enjoy being in one of the greatest places on earth — and aren’t going to win at cricket either.


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