The last day of the third Test was unfortunately an underwhelming end to a red-hot summer for Australia but this team is on the edge of a push for greatness. 토토사이트
There was nothing the Aussies could have done to change the result on day five in Sydney, it was just the weather stuffing them around that meant the match finished in a draw.
If we didn’t lose a full day on Friday and pretty much another day from all the other stoppages, I reckon Australia would have wrapped up a series clean sweep at the SCG with a day to spare.
This could have been quite an exciting Test and we just needed the sun to bake the pitch for another day or so and I think it would have turned a lot.
Still there were some great performances – Usman Khawaja hit his highest Test score to continue on an amazing 12 months, Steve Smith added another hundred to his pile, Travis Head reinforced what a dangerous middle-order player he is, Josh Hazlewoo showed why he’s a world-class bowler.
I think it was a tremendous summer by Australia against average opposition but you’ve still got to dominate and they did so I think of a very good team that should do well in India and England and hopefully win the World Test Championship.
The questions going forward are we didn’t really get to see Matt Renshaw or Ashton Agar with the bat and Agar was minimal with the ball but it’s not like Nathan Lyon ran through them either. The footmarks were really wide and full and probably better for Lyon to the right-handers at the Randwick end.
When Agar got a chance from that end he bowled too straight and full so he certainly hasn’t answered the question as to who our second best spinner is.
The pitches there, you assume, are going to turn massively so he will still be in the picture to the degree but it would have been nice for him just to pick up a couple of wickets and score a few runs, thinking ahead to India.