Why you should always take your foot off the pedal in the middle of a Test – Zim
Cricket fans are a bit of a laggard at the middle.
It’s why a Test match should be played in the first week of February.
The middle of the summer.
It can be the perfect time to be a cricketer.
The first Test in Australia’s new backyard in the New South Wales capital, Sydney, is scheduled for Friday, March 6.
But it won’t be played at the Oval.
The new ground is the new Test venue.
“I think the best thing about having a Test in Sydney is that you get to go up against a world class team,” said Andrew Strauss, a former captain and head coach of the Western Australia Eagles, who is the team’s new coach.
“The crowds, the atmosphere and the venue are incredible.
It’s not a Test every week. “
And I think that will be really good for Test cricket.”
It’s not a Test every week.
It’ll be something special.
The crowds are incredible and the atmosphere is fantastic.
“Strauss was the Eagles’ opening coach in the IPL in 2017.
The team is still trying to find its feet, with the Aussies not yet known for their success at the top level.
But Strauss was impressed with the venue, with a capacity of 8,500 for the first Test at Sydney’s Olympic Stadium, which opened in 2012.”
The venue is the most iconic stadium in the world.
But the biggest crowds we’ve had at any time, ever, have come from the ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh, where we won the tournament in 2012 and the World Twenty 20 in Bangladesh in 2014. “
We’ve had so many successful tours here that we know it can handle the biggest of crowds.
But the biggest crowds we’ve had at any time, ever, have come from the ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh, where we won the tournament in 2012 and the World Twenty 20 in Bangladesh in 2014.
That stadium is very, very big, and we’ll be there again, hopefully, in 2017, when we play the New Zealanders in a Test.
You can expect the crowds to be incredible. AAP/ABC