Ashes 2023 England Vs Australia: When Was Last Time Australia Successfully Chased Target In England?

Ashes 2023 England Vs Australia: When Was Last Time Australia Successfully Chased Target In England? Match Update:

The cricket team of England and Australia has reached the exciting turn of the Edgbaston Test match in Birmingham of the Ashes Series (Ashes 2023), where the result is awaited on the 5th day. The only question is whether this result will be in favor of Australia or England.

The England cricket team has given Australia a target of 281 runs to win, in response to which the Kangaroos scored 107 runs at the loss of 3 wickets in 30 overs till stumps on the fourth day. Australia still has 174 to make on the fifth day.

Ashes 2023 England Vs Australia

On one hand, this target seems easy to see and Australia also has information batsmen in Test cricket in the form of Usman Khawaja and Travis Head. Cameron Green and Alex Carey can play good innings. Captain Patcumns can also bat on the spot and Nathan Lyon has also played several useful innings.

In such a situation, it cannot be denied that the kangaroo’s edge appears a bit heavy, but when we look at the score chased by Australia in the fourth innings during the last Test match in England, then the British won There are many chances.

Australia’s previous most successful 4th innings chase on English soil during an Ashes series was in the 2001 Nottingham Test match at Trent Bridge. Then the Australian team scored 158 runs at the loss of 3 wickets to win. That is, after more than two decades, the Australian team has not been able to successfully chase the target during the fourth innings on the soil of England.

In the 2001 Nottingham Test match, Australia achieved the target by losing the wickets of Michael Slater, Matthew Hayden, and Ricky Ponting. Steve Waugh had retired. By winning this match, the Kangaroos also captured the then Ashes. This was the third match of this series, in which Australia managed to win.

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