How to watch Ashes 3rd Test live streaming
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The third Ashes Test between England and Australia begins from August 1 and will be live streamed online.
Here are two options to watch the third Ashes Test live: Watch the legal, live streaming of the Ashes this year on YouTube for free or you can also buy the reasonably-charged Sky Sports Day Pass to watch the Ashes live streaming on a day-to-day basis.
We had an absolute corker of a first Test match. A match down to the wire. A match worth remembering. A match that made the coldest of men chew their nails; a match fitting to be an Ashes Test.
The second Test showed that the gap between these two teams has never been wider.
Australia are down and under; by not enforcing the follow on and grinding the Aussies for a further 349 runs, Cook has ensured that Australia are demoralised mentally and physically. The result? Pattinson’s injury crops up. Journalists call for Watson’s head. Former players foresee a whitewash. There seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel for Australia.
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What has compounded Australia’s problems is that England’s feared triumvirate of Cook, Trott and Pietersen averages just 18.83 this series. If (or rather when) they start batting like they are supposed to, a massive innings defeat could be on the horizon for the Aussies.
Bell has been in sensational form – 2 consecutive Ashes tons – while Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan are proving that 3 Yorkshiremen are enough for eleven Aussies. James Anderson and Graeme Swann have got the ball to swing and turn on pitches where the ball barely moved for Pattinson or Agar.
Australia can only go up from here – they have an opening pair that’s settled into the role and a tail that wags longer than most teams’ top orders.
However, they need to rethink their strategies. Watson is abysmal as an opener, yet has the second highest average – 27.20 – behind Ashton Agar’s 32.50. The fact that a No. 11 batsman has the highest average showcases the inability of Australia to even compete. Rogers, Hughes and Haddin have all flattered to deceive while Clarke looks a shadow of the run machine he was last year. A whitewash looms unless Australia can summon the weather gods to do something special.
You can watch England Vs Australia 1st test live on Sky Sports in England, Fox Sports in Australia and Star Cricket in India.
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