Ashes Series: The team of England and Australia reached Queensland in the same plane, such was the reaction of the players

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Steve Smith and Mark Wood

After the conclusion of the T20 World Cup 2021, players from both the England and Australia teams left for Queensland in the same plane to take part in the Ashes series. According to the report of, players like Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, David Malan, Chris Woakes and Mark Wood and members of England’s coaching team arrived here on Tuesday by special aircraft along with champions Australia for the Ashes series. .

Special aircraft were arranged for the members of both the teams to follow the Kovid-19 guidelines before going to the Quarantine in Gold Coast.

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England had a stellar performance in the Super 12 of the T20 World Cup, including an eight-wicket win against Australia, but lost to New Zealand in the semi-finals. Australia, on the other hand, reached their peak at the right time and won the T20 World Cup for the first time by defeating New Zealand on Sunday.

Former England captain Mike Atherton jokingly told Sky Sports after Australia’s win, “There’s a bunch of cricketers that won’t be enjoying it and they’re going to go to Australia to play the Ashes.” Huh. This plane trip could be interesting.

Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood refused to believe that sharing the same flight would be inconvenient, but England’s Mark Wood was unconvinced by the prospect of flying with world champion Aussies.

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Hazlewood said before the trip, “It won’t be a problem. We have played a lot of cricket with him – county cricket and IPL. Everyone knows each other, it won’t be a problem. ,

Wood, on the other hand, told the BBC, “I can’t see them (Australia) winning. It would be unbearable. ,

“You can congratulate them by looking into their eyes, but when you are going to play an Ashes series against them, you don’t want them to be over confident and wave the trophy in front of you,” he said. The first Ashes Test between the two teams will begin at the Gabba from December 8.

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