Aggers’ Ashes by Jonathan Agnew

Aggers’ Ashes by Jonathan Agnew

Author:Jonathan Agnew [Agnew, Jonathan]
Language: eng
Format: mobi
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Published: 2011-03-30T16:00:00+00:00

What of the specific conditions for this match?

On Tuesday lunchtime the Test pitch here looked much greener than expected, with a little more grass than traditional WACA wickets. Groundsman Cameron Sutherland expects it to offer something for both bowlers and batsmen. “In the first 10 overs, the quicks have been getting a bit of movement here, and there’s been some swing. It will still have a bit of colour come Thursday, but I don’t think there’ll be much seam movement off it, there’ll be a little nibble, but it won’t go excessively either way. We’ll get cracks, no doubt, it just depends on the weather as to how big and when they will appear. Spinners can play a role, there’ll be some bounce for them. Given the WACA’s history we’re hoping it can produce a result. We’ve only had the one draw here, and that was a pretty dead pitch.”


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