England vs Australia 1st Test Today Match Prediction – The Ashes 2019 – Who Will Win

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England vs Australia 1st Test Today Match Prediction - Who Will Win

England vs Australia 1st Test Today Match Prediction – Who Will Win

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The Ashes series begins at Edgbaston, 11 Am BST. It’s a five day series between England and Australia, Australia being the winner of the last round with the margin of 4-0. Will England be able to beat Australia this time?

Keeping in view it’s their home ground this time, plus they have all the motivation for becoming the debutant of World Cup 2019. Is it going to be a double win for England? The world cup 2019 and the Ashes series.  It is also eminent to add here in favor of England that they have never lost since 2001 in-home Ashes series.

When it comes to Ashes, it’s always been tough, and it looks tough this time also. Both of the teams have sharp bowling end, where England can get a hold on the series through the strong middle order. Joe root is batting on number 3, and he tends to pull the game right at the time when it is required. Ben Stokes has already been in good shape and form, beaten New Zealand with an outstanding performance by pulling the game till the end and securing the team’s position in the world cup 2019.

Winning Chances of Today Match for the Both Teams

Both of the teams look equally equipped with good bowling attack and strong batting order. The strategy has to play for either of the teams, if they plan to bowl diligently, bat smartly, and switch to plan B necessary in the situations where planning seems going wrong.


England can also take down Australia if they will be able to turn the ball, as the Australians have struggled with the turn and they might fall quickly giving England the chance to score enough to secure their position. Moeen Ali can play a changing role for the English team by bowling with a variety, the right turn with the right pitch and the pace can knock some Australian Batsmen down. Chris Woakes is in a great form after having 6-17 at home ground with the win over Ireland. Anderson will be leading the attack, and he might take out some wickets as well due to his consistent paced bowling with a variety of good length ones.


Australian batting side looks stronger than the English team, as the trio of Australia that made them successful in the last series is back in the Australian squad. Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron, Smith, and Warner being the pure class with an average score of 60 and latter touching 50. Some good cricket we will be able to see in this five-day series. The experienced bowlers from Australian side are Pat Cummins with 94 wickets from just 20 tests, Josh Hazlewood 164 wickets in 82 tests and Peter Siddle with 214 wickets from 64 tests. Among the greatest is the spinner Nathan Lyon with 343 wickets in 86 matches.

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Complete Match Info For today match

ENG vs AUS, 1st Test, The Ashes 2019
Thursday, August 01, 2019 – Monday, August 05, 2019
10:00 AM GMT
Edgbaston, Birmingham

English Test Squad

Joe Root (Capt.), Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow (wk.), Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Jos Buttler (wk.), Sam Curran, Joe Denly, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Olly Stone, Chris Woakes.

Australian Test Squad

Tim Paine(Capt. & wk.), Cameron Bancroft, Pat Cummins, Marcus Harris, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Michael Neser, James PattinsonPeter Siddle, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Matthew Wade(wk.), David Wanner.

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