Saturday, August 21, 2010

Ashes series would be a difficult testing condition for Eoin Morgan?

The upcoming Ashes series is perhaps going to be a tough challenge for unorthodox England batsman, Eoin Morgan. It also seems that Australian bowlers especially Doug Bollinger has taken Eoin Morgan’s emergence in Test cricket seriously. He has pointed out Eoin Morgan as the most dangerous batsman for the Australians. It also prompted Doug Bollinger to continue his pre-Ashes mind games.

Eoin Morgan has made an average of 46.80 after playing four Test matches. It makes him the most dangerous players for his opponent team. This unknown condition would be a testing condition for him. It will be interesting to see if he can continue his dominant form in this different venue.

Twenty-three-year-old Eoin Morgan is known for his dashing strokeplay and reverse sweeps. His 85-ball 103 in the first ODI has made him immensely successful against the Australian cricket team. For his best contribution, he was awarded man of the series in the last series against the same opponent, Australia.

He was one of the members of the England squad that played against Australia in the final match of the Twenty20 World Cup 2010 and defeated get to ensure their maiden World Cup trophy.

England skipper Andrew Strauss must include him in the Ashes series.

Five-test Ashes series will start from 25 November at The Gabba in Brisbane. Other four tests will take place in Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney respectively.

Beside five-match test series, there will be two twenty20 matches and seven-match one-day series between these two teams.

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