Australia and England Moving On from Scandal

Another group of Cricket controversies hoping into the scene, as the Australian and English cricketers seeks the shovel to bury the distracting controversies and focus on the matches coming up. David Warner might not be completely focused, as his hamstring injury has suffered Aussies to play without their aggressive opener. He did catch some negative headlines on his preaching of ‘speak English’ to Rohit Sharma, one of the stars Indian Batsmen. Telling someone foreigner to speak English while confronting him certainly hatches the irony that he just wanted to know Rohit’s suggestion to him, oddly civilized answer in an estranged situation.

warner slams rohit sharma "Speak English"

Anyways, with Warner’s absence, George Bailey is also not playing, due to suspension from the coming match. Yeah! He got suspended for a slow over-rate despite a good 4 wicket win over India. Then comes another star player from the Aussies i.e. Shane Watson, also not playing. He has hamstring tightness, so he won’t be able to hit some boundaries or knock some bails. So as a whole, Aussies will be playing without these three players, and Michael Clarke is already suffering an injury to substantially substitute. Now the substituting trio consists of Cameron White, Shaun Marsh and Moises Henriques. On the English side, only the Captain needs to evolve from the blackmail he got from the boyfriend his Australian ex, and he seems to be successfully on it. English players seems to be in a good shape, as their victory over India was more significant. However, the real scenario will be known once these teams hit the grounds. Till then ‘speak English’ y’all.

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