With the primary of a three-match series against South Africa starting this morning at Lord’s, England’s Test cricket revolution continues.
A new daring style of cricket known as “Bazball” after their new coach has helped today’s hosts arrest the rot after languishing during a run of only one victory in 17 Tests. it has been a wild start to life under Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes. With momentum on their side, England racked up historic victory after memorable victory this summer. they’re going to now face the Proteas, who are leading the planet Match Championship standings, in another challenging test.
England made one change from the side that stunned India last time out, with wicketkeeper Ben Foakes replacing Sam Billings after a bout of Covid. The pace attack was made up of James Anderson, Stuart Broad, and Matthew Potts, with Ollie Robinson, who hasn’t played for his country since the final Ashes match in January, still waiting for a recall. Harry Brook, the in-form Yorkshire batter, was also left out.