Ashes: Big change in playing XI for fourth Test, champion player out, 40-year-old bowler’s entry

New Delhi. The England cricket team has announced the playing eleven for the fourth Test match against Australia for the Ashes series. There has been a big change in the team. Experienced James Anderson has returned, while the decision has been taken to sit out Ollie Robinson, who has been in controversies. After losing two consecutive matches against Australia, the hosts made a comeback by winning the third match.

England, having reached a do or die situation in the Ashes series being played against Australia, will enter the fourth Test match with a change. After losing two consecutive matches, the hosts made three big changes in the third match and came back 1-2 with a win. Now by winning the fourth match of the series, the intention of the English team will be to achieve equality in the series.

40-year-old veteran fast bowler James Anderson has returned for the fourth Test. Oli Robinson, who was injured during the third Test match, has been kept out for this match. He was injured after throwing a bouncer during the third Test match. The news of his exit came before the match.

Anderson will play match on home ground

James Anderson, who has turned 40, will play in the fourth match at his home ground of Old Trafford. Jamie’s 41st birthday is coming this month, it is believed that he can be seen playing at his home for the last time.

England’s playing XI for the fourth Test

Jack Crawley, Ben Duckett, Moeen Ali, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes (c), Jonny Bairstow (wk), Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.

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