Australia Vs England 4th test Match:
History of Ashes and what actually Ashes is?
The Ashes is actually a test cricket series that is always played between England and Australia. When one team won the match recently he is held responsible to organize the next Ashes. The team that holds the Ashes keeps the trophy, if the test series is drawn. The term Ashes is originated in a satirical obituary which is published in British newspaper named. The Sporting Times, after the victory of Australia 1882 at the Oval. Their 1st test was winning on the soil of English. The obituary claimed that solid where English cricket had died. The body of whom is cremated and the ashes were taken to Australia. Those ashes became linked with series of 1882 to 1883 played in Australia. This happened before the series which the English captain Ivo Bligh had vowed for regaining those ashes. To regain those ashes the English media has therefore dubbed the tour.
The ashes are made of terracotta and which is about 15 cm or 6 inches tall. This trophy is claimed that it contains a burnt cricket bail.
This series is played between Australia and England which is administered by international cricket council. It is a 5 match series and the trophy is given to the one who wins 3 matches out of 5 matches. Currently, Australia is the most successful winners that won 33 series. Don Bradman made more runs that are 5,028. The match is played once in every two years.
4th Series Match:
Currently, the tests series are continuously played. 3 out of 5 series are played. 3 are won by Australia which means Australia will get the trophy. The 4th series is going to held on Tuesday, 26 December, 2017. The exact timing is 4:30 A.M in Pakistan.
Batsmen of Australia team:
Steven Smith (Captain)
Bowlers of Australia:
England Team members: