Shane Warne Suggests Four Changes for England Ahead Of MCG Test: In the 5 match test series Australia is leading by 2- against England. The Former cricketer used his Twitter handle to send his best wishes for the winning Australian team and also advised England to make changes required. Shane Warne adviced Joe Root’s to include Mark Wood, Jonny Bairstow, Jack Crowley and Jack Leach. Fast bowler Mark Wood is set to return in the XI, but it is not clear whether a spinner will come from Leach or Dome Base, and if so, who will Stuart Broad and Jimmy Anderson once again pick for new-ball bowlers.
In the meantime, the visiting team or the guest team is aiming to see where the mistakes were and do a comeback. Warne also was suggestive of the winning team to choose Cummins over Michael Neser for the match to come. A mixed response was received from the twitter fans on the legendary Shane warne’s tweet.
Recently, Shane Warne was also seen in their Top 5 Current Test Batsmen, Name 1 Indian list. Warne’s in his list is named the Australia’s VC Steve Smith, following Joe Root (English Test Captain) and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson (Captain). “I have Steve Smith. In all conditions and against all bowling attacks for long periods, Smith is excellent. Joe Root, who is at number two, has scored six centuries this calendar year. The former leg-spinner is also involved in India’s Tests. Captain Virat Kohli is the fourth-best batsman in this format while Australia’s young middle-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne is fifth in Warne’s list.
Warne said that Virat has not done his best as a batsman and captain since 2019-2020.
Earlier this year, the 33-year-old had stepped down as India’s T20I captain. Rohit Sharma, has taken Virat Kohli’s place recently However, Kohli will continue to lead India in Test cricket, where he is the country’s most successful captain with 39 wins.
In the most successful captain till date Virat kohli’s name comes at the third top. This rating is based on the number o wins. With 53 wins the Graeme Smith from South Africa team tops the chart; followed with fourty Eight wins the former legendary captain Ricky Ponting. A former Australian cricketer Shane Warne, broadly considered as the greatest leg-spinner in cricket’s history. He was born on 13 September 1969. He hails from Upper Ferntree Street, a suburb of Melbourne, in Victoria, Australia.
He is regarded as one of the legendary bowlers to ever play in the Australian cricket. Being extremely precise on the field Shane Warne had a quality that is very difficult for a leg-spinner to conquer. Even as he became one of Australia’s most powerful bowling options, Warne was not engrossed with the bat and his aggressive batting saved his team from pressure situations quite often. Although not the perfect athletic body, Warne was as agile as he came and a prolific fielder, especially in the slip cordon where he grabbed half-hearted chances. All these skills were shrouded in a jar of controversies that appeared occasionally in his career, but it did not affect his on-field performance at all.