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The Ashes 2023: Alex Carrey Confirms Australia Not Interested to follow England’s Bazball Approach

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Australian Cricket Team is all set to meet the Indian Cricket Team in the final match of the World Test Championship (WTC) from 7th June to 11th June, at The Oval, London. After concluding with the WTC 2021-2023, the team will begin the route for the WTC 2023-2025 with their biggest rivalry against the English Cricket Team, popularly known as The Ashes.

The First Test Match of The Ashes is set to begin on 16th June in Edinburgh, Birmingham. Australian Team is mulling over whether to continue with the same approach they have continued in recent times for the red-ball format.

Alex Carrey on Taking English Team in Edinburgh

Alex Carrey on The Ashes
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The Australian Wicketkeeper-batsman Alex Carrey recently opined his thoughts on the series. While the English are strategising over fast flat wickets, the Australian pace attack will be ready to counter their strategies under the leadership of Pat Cummins.

We’ve heard some stuff in the media what the wickets might be like, the boundaries, etc, [and] the way [England] are playing at the moment, it is eye-catching. I’d like to think we aren’t surprised now [with] the way they’ll come out and play,”

Alex Carrey

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Alex Carrey on Tactical Analysis of Australian Team

Alex Carrey recently opened up on the Australian Team’s approach towards the game. He believes the strategies and analytics will begin in a few weeks. He is hoping the team is lucky enough to lift their first World Test Championship Title.

Alex Carrey on The Ashes
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“The tactical stuff will start to take place over the next couple of weeks, but I don’t see us falling into our batters going out and trying to score at the same rate. We’ll do it differently, we’ve had some serious success in the last 18-24 months playing the style we want to play in different conditions and lucky enough to be rewarded with a spot in the World Test Championship [final], We are excited to come over to their backyard and take on a team that’s playing some eye-catching cricket. As a player, it’s going to be a hot contest, and I’m smiling just thinking about that first Test,”

Alex Carrey
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