Australia vs England, fourth Ashes test, paused by rain: Australia 30 without loss.
SYDNEY: The duo of David Warner and Marcus Harris delivered Australia towards an early meal of 30 minutes without a loss following rain.
Therefore, it disrupted the opening part of the 4th Ashes matches in the fourth Test against England in Sydney Cricket Ground. Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday.
This was delayed by about 30 minutes following heavy rain showers early in the morning. The clouds were dark, lingering over Sydney’s eastern suburbs when Australia captain Cummins decided to bring his openers to the field.
They fought through just five or fewer innings of seam bowling by England’s Stuart Broad and James Anderson before the skies opened up again.
The openers returned following an extended break, but the covers came off again as a second shower swept across to the Pacific Ocean. As a result, it was only 12 1/2 overs feasible before lunch.
Warner is scheduled to return for the second session 15 without a loss, while Harris was unbeaten at 11.
Australia is in the advantage of 3-0 over the series of five matches, following huge victories at Brisbane, Adelaide, and Melbourne Australia, leaving the foreigners playing for their pride only in their quest to win their first win in a test Down Under in 11 years.
The hosts added Usman Khawaja to the middle position of the injured Travis Head, who tested positive for COVID-19.
Ollie Robinson and Chris Woakes, both struggling with shoulder issues, England recalled Broad after the veteran cricketer was absent from two of the initial three tests.
The fifth test initially planned for Perth will be played as a night-day match in Hobart from Jan. 14-18.
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