Britain visit of Australia: Tim Paine demands Cinders will go ahead ‘whether Joe Root is here or not’

Britain visit of Australia: Despite several England players‘ reluctance to deal with severe Covid-19 quarantine requirements, Australia captain Tim Paine stated that the Ashes will be played.

Despite lingering ambiguity regarding the extent of restrictions the tourists may face, Australia Test captain Tim Paine stated the Ashes will start on December 8.

regardless of whether rival Joe Root is on the tour.

Britain visit of Australia: . “Whether Joe is here or not, the first Test is on Dec. 8,” Paine told radio station SEN Hobart.

“No England player is being forced to come. That’s the beauty of living in a world where you have a choice. Come if you want to, but don’t come if you don’t want to.”

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However, England‘s strategy has changed as a result of an increasingly crowded international schedule, which denies Test regulars the opportunity to gain continuous captaincy experience in county cricket.

Root, like his predecessor as England captain, Alastair Cook, has never been thought of as a great tactician.

But, as guaranteed first-team batters, they have been natural captaincy contenders, especially because, unlike frontline bowlers, they don’t have to worry about when to come on.

When Root took over in 2017, he had only captained four first-class matches, one of which earned him the moniker “Captain of the Year.”

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