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England must ‘go back to drawing board’ against Steve Smith, says Chris Woakes | Cricket News

“34-3 is not a bad spot. I think you would say we are slightly ahead.”

Final Up to date: 03/08/19 8:38pm

England must 'go back to drawing board' against Steve Smith, says Chris Woakes | Cricket News 1

England must 'go back to drawing board' against Steve Smith, says Chris Woakes | Cricket News 2 2:40
Chris Woakes believes England are marginal favourites for the primary Ashes Check after day three at Edgbaston.

Chris Woakes believes England are marginal favourites for the primary Ashes Check after day three at Edgbaston.

Chris Woakes says England will “go back to the drawing board” of their quest to dismiss Australia’s Steve Smith within the Ashes opener at Edgbaston.

Smith scored 144 within the guests’ first innings at Birmingham, whereas he’s unbeaten on 46 of their second with Australia reaching stumps on 124-Three to guide by 34 in an absorbing Check.

The 30-year-old additionally proved England’s nemesis in Australia in 2017-18, piling on 687 runs in 5 Checks at a mean of 137.40.

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England must 'go back to drawing board' against Steve Smith, says Chris Woakes | Cricket News 4 5:28
Highlights from day three of the primary Check between England and Australia at Edgbaston

Highlights from day three of the primary Check between England and Australia at Edgbaston

“Smith is obviously a world-class player and world-class players don’t make mistakes,” mentioned seamer Woakes, who thinks England are marginal favourites at this stage.

“On a wicket like that you simply virtually have to construct stress and look forward to a mistake.

“I suppose we return to the drafting board and take a look at the easiest way to get him out, to dry him up and likewise assault the opposite finish.

“We noticed how damaging was on the again finish of the primary innings, he scored over half the runs, so it is vital we attempt to get him out.

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“We’re happy to a sure diploma however we in all probability leaked a couple of too many runs [on Saturday evening]. On the similar time, [Australia being effectively] 34-Three will not be a nasty spot.

“If we come again properly within the morning and get two fairly rapidly then 50-5 is wanting fairly good.

“On this floor if you happen to bash an excellent size straight it is onerous to attain boundaries if you happen to’ve bought the best fields set. We in all probability did not get our lengths precisely proper however I suppose you’ll say we’re barely forward.”

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Nasser Hussain and co turn into Peaky Blinders, Child Trump stars, and Steve Smith holds up England once more

Nasser Hussain and co turn into Peaky Blinders, Child Trump stars, and Steve Smith holds up England once more

James Anderson has not bowled in Australia’s second innings as he continues to battle the calf grievance which restricted him to simply 4 overs within the Dishevelled Greens’ opening knock in Birmingham.

Woakes will not be assured Anderson, who appeared in ache whereas batting, shall be match for Sunday both.

“I was gutted for Jimmy. He is clearly dying to play greater than anybody and desires to play greater than anybody however [his calf] wasn’t proper,” mentioned the 30-year-old.

“It’s unlucky for him and unlucky for us as a workforce with him being the most effective quick bowler that is ever lived, for my part. [His absence] is a little bit of a blow however as a unit should go on the market and attempt to do the job.

England seamer James Anderson is battling a calf injury

England seamer James Anderson is battling a calf damage

“I actually don’t know [whether he will be available on Sunday]. The fact he hasn’t taken much part in the game so far doesn’t look too promising but I don’t know.”

Australia dismissed England for 374 after the hosts resumed Saturday morning on 267-Four however had been held up by a stand of 65 for the ninth wicket between Woakes and Stuart Broad.

Dishevelled Greens seamer James Pattinson says his workforce now wish to “grind England into the ground a little bit” with the bat as they bid to maneuver 1-Zero up within the five-match collection.

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James Pattinson thinks Australia should bat all day on Sunday to stay aggressive and put stress on England within the first Check at Edgbaston

James Pattinson thinks Australia should bat all day on Sunday to stay aggressive and put stress on England within the first Check at Edgbaston

“We would have taken the position we are in now coming in to [Saturday],” mentioned Pattinson, who took 2-82 from 27 overs at Edgbaston.

“We may have let the sport slip however to our credit score we went on the market, took 6-100. Our plans had been good, we executed them and bought the rewards.

“Now it is about batting lengthy, attempting to bat all day. Any lead over 150, I suppose, [will be difficult] though I do not wish to put a quantity on it.

“Hopefully we will grind England into the bottom a bit bit and put them in on the final day.

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Smith was a bit dazed after being hit on the top by a Ben Stokes bouncer on day three of the primary Ashes Check.

Smith was a bit dazed after being hit on the top by a Ben Stokes bouncer on day three of the primary Ashes Check.

“With out [Smith] we’d be in a little bit of bother. He is a incredible participant, to do it after all the things he is been by [the ball-tampering scandal and subsequent ban] and copping a bit from the group.

“He just gets on with it. He’s someone who lifts the group when he’s out there.”

Watch day 4 of the primary Ashes Check reside on Sky Sports activities The Ashes and Sky Sports activities Principal Occasion from 10am on Sunday. Click on right here to improve now.


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