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Pat Cummins gave a big hint about Stork scoring runs at an average of more than 50 in the Ashes

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Pat Cummins gave a big hint about Stork scoring runs at an average of more than 50 in the Ashes

Highlights

  • Mitchell Starc has scored 117 runs in the Ashes series at an average of 58.50.
  • Starc is ranked fifth in the ICC Test all-rounders ranking, ahead of Ben Stokes.
  • Mitchell Starc has also taken 14 wickets in the ongoing Ashes series at an average of 19.64.

Sydney| Ahead of the fourth Test of the Ashes series, Australian Test captain Pat Cummins has given a big hint about Mitchell Starc. Pat Cummins has said that fast bowler Mitchell Starc may be promoted in the batting order for the fourth Ashes Test starting in Sydney on Wednesday. Let us tell you, Starc has scored runs at an average of more than 50 in the Ashes series so far.

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Starc has done better than average in the ICC T20 World Cup and now he has scored runs at an average of over 50. He can be promoted up the batting order. Starc has scored 117 runs in the Ashes campaign at an average of 58.50 and has a better average than every other England batsman in the first three Tests. This includes 14 wickets at an average of 19.64. He is also the highest wicket-taker in the series.

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Starc is currently ranked fifth in the ICC’s rankings for Test all-rounders, ahead of England’s Ben Stokes. Cummins, who has batted ahead of Starc in two of the 21 Tests since the last home Ashes series in 2017/18, admitted he may need to rethink his batting order to begin the fourth Test can.

(With IANS inputs)

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