Joe Richardson, Riley Meredith’s inclusion in Ashes could spark Australia’s sacrificial attack: Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponty That includes Jhye Richardson And Riley Meredith The Australian bowling attack on the Ashes team could help.

In an interview with Cricket.com, former Australia captain Ricky Ponty spoke at length about the players who could play in the home team’s Ashes squad. Referring to the team’s sacrificial attack, Ponty said Richardson and Riley Meredith had a chance to play against England.

“You can have similar conversations with Riley Meredith and Zee Richardson. Both have the opportunity to play some Test cricket in the Ashes series and that could give the bowling team a little bit of energy,” Ricky said. Ponty.

Zille Richardson has been returned to the Australian white ball team but has not played a Test game since February 2019. The right-handed Quick has so far performed in 1 first-class game, losing 67 wickets at strike rate. .2.30

Meanwhile, Riley Meredith has yet to play a single Test game. Earlier this year, he televised a match against New Zealand. I have 53 wickets in my name in 1st class performance.

Ricky Ponty feels that Travis Head, Marcus Harris or Moiz Henriques could play in the middle order.

Marcus Harris has played as an opener for Australia in all of his 10 Test appearances.
Marcus Harris has played as an opener for Australia in all of his 10 Test appearances.

Ricky Ponty also shared his thoughts in the middle of the team. The former Ashes winner believed it was a three-way race for a spot in the middle order. According to Ponty, Travis Head, Moises Henriques or Marcus Harris are the middle order batsmen. Could do

“I think they’ve just worked out who their best player is and if it’s Harris, if it’s Henrik, if it’s Henrik, work and give them a chance there. It’s probably coming down. The weight of the run. Those three. I think one of those guys is batting in the middle, “said Ricky Ponting.


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