The Ashes series between England and Australia to be started in Brisbane on Thursday, English cricket fans are confident of keeping the ashes momentum in their possession.
England will all set to repeat the history of 2010-11 as they remain unbeaten in Tests this year.
In the last Ashes tour, England won the series 3-1 away from home in Australia for the first time in 24 years
England paceman Stuart Broad said, “I think Australia will suit our batsmen a bit more than English conditions.”
“We had these sort of slow, turning wickets that are quite hard to score on and we’ve got guys who cut and pull, free-scoring players, and I think our batsmen are very excited to play here and will thrive in the Australian conditions.”
He added: “As a team, I think we can take a lot of confidence about how we’ve performed over a the last 18 months or so.
“We’ve had games where we’ve not been that good but got away with draws when we shouldn’t have done. We’ve got a really steely unit in that changing room.”
If we go through Australia’s stats, Aussies have lost seven of their last nine Tests. However, they can make some good score on home soil in the first Test.