England must be determined & relentless to gain revenge in Australia after their Ashes losses.

England must not be defeated.

June 27th 2023.

England must be determined & relentless to gain revenge in Australia after their Ashes losses.
James Anderson is likely to have a crucial role to play in the upcoming men's Ashes Test at Lord's. Over the past couple of weeks, we have been treated to some truly outstanding cricket, with both England and Australia displaying a positive and attacking approach.
It's been inspiring to see England give it their all and not let Australia hold them back. In the end, Australia's winning mentality and composure set them apart from the competition.

The question now is whether England can maintain this strong and fearless attitude without giving away too much. For the men's series, they can't afford to make any mistakes at Lord's. Similarly, the women's team will need to win five out of the remaining six white-ball matches to take the series.

Creating a culture in which players can feel empowered and play to their strengths has often resulted in some incredible cricket. At the same time, it is important to recognize when to be smart and selective. This is the extra ingredient England need to overcome Australia and find success.

Ollie Robinson has been very vocal throughout this series and it has added an interesting dynamic to the contest. His outspokenness has drawn the attention of the Australian players, although it doesn't seem to faze him. Perhaps it's a tactic to take the spotlight off the rest of the team.

James Anderson will be looking to make a comeback and prove his worth at Lord's. The addition of Josh Tongue suggests that the pitch is green, and the possibility of Mark Wood being injured is concerning. Anderson will likely be relied on to get the 20 wickets needed for victory, alongside Joe Root's bowling.

This men's series has been captivating because of the two captains creating their own teams. Australia took the game deep and stuck to their methods, despite England's attempts to break their rhythm. Usman Khawaja's determination was exactly what Australia needed and it was impressive to see Pat Cummins maintain his mental focus after the loss of his mother.

The women's team has also had some impressive performances. Tammy Beaumont's double century showed her unwavering concentration, and Sophie Ecclestone's 76 overs are a testament to her skill. Lauren Filer has proven to be a real gem, similar to Katherine Sciver-Brunt's emergence in 2005.

The next two weeks will be incredibly important for the men's and women's teams. England must take the same approach in both series, but they can't afford to lose. The ICEC report has highlighted some important issues in the sport and it is essential that we take it seriously and work together to create inclusivity. Cricket has the potential to be a force for good, and IG and England Cricket have committed to investing in new public net facilities across the country.
It is now up to the players to make sure this investment has an impact.

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