Southampton: The England team is firmly ready for the Ashes after winning the ICC World Cup 2019. He is believed to be the contender for a win against Australia in the Ashes series. On the other hand, Australia is troubled by the injuries of its players. Australia's Test team captain Tim Paine is confident that Usman Khawaja will be fit for the first Ashes Test match to be held in Edgbaston from August 1. Khwaja suffered injury during the match between South Africa during World Cup-2015. Due to this hamstring injury, he was out of the World Cup.
The injury of left-handed batsman Usman Khawaja is recovering. However, he will not be able to play in the practice test match that will be played here on Tuesday. Cricket dot com dot au has written with Tim Pan, "I do not think there is more to worry about playing Khwaja. He is in the Rehabilitation stage. For this reason the practice is not playing in the match. I am sure they will be completely fit before the test match at Edgbaston. "
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32-year-old Khawaja is batting on his third team for the team. Khwaja, who started the series four years ago in the Ashes series, has so far scored runs at an average of 47.76. His name is eight hundred in the Ashes. Cricket Australia has said that they will announce the team for the first Test match after a four-day match between Hik-12 and Haddin-12.
England's team will play Test matches from Ireland on July 24 before the Ashes series. He has declared his team for this Test match. He has given only five players from the team playing the World Cup in their Test team. The team is as follows. Joe Root (Captain), Jason Roy, Johnny Bairstow, Rory Burns, Moin Ali, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Sam Curran, Louise Gregory, Jack Leach, Olly Stone, Chris Woakes