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Root commits to grinding Australia down at Old Trafford

Pretty and sometimes far from masochism, but in the second innings of Joe Root, Joe Denly, and Headingley, the often harsh platform, which was in the early stages of Ben Stokes' masterpiece, sets up a template that believes the UK can last longer than the three Australians. I did. Man Face Attack in Old Trafford and Ellipse.

In a clear contrast between the two teams, England decided to keep the struggling Jason Roy by pushing Denly to open up with Rory Burns, shuffling to number 4 at the opening. The route wants to see an active effort to kill the top three bowlers in Australia, given that the opening players and third place players do not have a comprehensive knowledge of the quality of Stokes to provide additional bowling support. I did not make hope a secret.

"Inning was a good template and I knew the turnstile was probably the best on the third evening [against] If you keep hanging overhead, three-person seam attack [their legs] “As well as Australia, it was fantastic, very patient and didn't give us much and really craved. But if you look at how the new ball is developed the next day, you have more chances to score.

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"Ben and Johnny's partnership [Bairstow] Didn't start speed pretty fast? We now see people who can take advantage of this at 4, 5, 6 and 7. It's a very interesting low end. Is to maximize the chance of taking as much damage as possible. We've been thinking hard about it for a long time and think we have the right players, but changing it will really work for us and start us strong.

"See a person like Jason coming down and the ability to play in his way. [Denly] Day 3, if you have covered the way he played, if you can utilize it this week, he will have a good chance to succeed on top. As I said, I think we have the right player. "

Meanwhile, Australia decided to dispatch experienced Usman Khawaja in favor of Marcus Harris and / or Matthew Wade. Root said Headingley offered the UK a huge lift and opened the series, but it's important not to come to Manchester that the rest will follow the same exhilarating path.

"We are very much in the series now. The most important thing for us is not to try this game with what has been given to us." "If you're expecting a big response from someone like Australia and don't want this game to be remembered for that one game and last time, we want it because we won in this series.

"We're going to have to work very hard again this week. Of course it's going to work in our minds, but in the end we'll have to take care of ourselves and get a better start. I keep getting the ball with the bat than I did and continue doing the right thing. "

Joe Route and Joe Denley dug during England's second inning at the header Getty images

A suitable example of such an attitude is provided by the DRS, which has its roots in the UK and its roots. Much better used than Tim Paine and Australia. Tourists have not yet successfully reversed a single decision in all areas. "I was very emotional on it when I started," Root said. "If Cook is the captain and I've been slipping & # 39; out! I'm out! I'll come out-and I'll fall by two sets of stumps. The more I get used to the logic, the more decisions I get.

"You also have to try bowling, read the goalkeeper, and make sure you are emotional and confident. Use your tall and short legs. But you must trust your teammates. There must be a factor. Honest and you decide they are You have to believe that you're lowering it, we'll do our best to help England win the test game, don't get a ticket gate or buy a ticket gate, so keep changing and hoping to cut the stump.

"I understand that you make a mistake rather than go back and steal the turnstile. But I'm sure you're going to have two or three wrongs right now."

Leeds had a signal last year that Australians had more voices than after Newlands, and numerous shoes came and went by the broadcasters. For example, Root Blaster smiles at the signal moment while Josh Hazlewood is batting on the third day. "There was some turmoil but I'm looking forward to it in a close fight," Root said.

"Usually this series is played with a really good spirit. I think there were a few conversations in the last game. It would be interesting to know how it is going on throughout. But it's ash cricket., You look forward to some competition and you Expect people who want to win for their country. I can only go for what I've heard and it's not too bad.

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