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Wood enjoying the role of England’s executor ahead of the Ash Finale

Fast bowler Mark Wood said yesterday he enjoyed the role of executor of the unsiege England team heading for the final ash test at Hobart’s Bellerive Oval. The day and night match starts today and is Britain’s last chance to save something from the five test series.
After being beaten hard in the first three tests in Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne, the ash is gone and it is down 3-0. However, England regained some pride in Sydney last week as it fought the rearguard’s actions to stick to a tense draw on the last Sunday.
Wood has consistently been the fastest bowler on either side, providing captain Joe Root with an offensive weapon in the absence of an injured Joffra Archer. Wood, who was prone to injury in the past, said he didn’t expect to do four tests, but said he was able to keep pace with his fitness job.
Wood is England’s second-most wicket taker, with eight, and if he’s a little more lucky, he could have suffered more casualties at his extra pace, which has always plagued Australia’s top orders. there is.
“I’ve been working hard on my fitness. I had a deep desire to be the only fast bowler to keep bowling fast, keep running and offer points of difference,” Wood said yesterday. rice field. “I’m responsible for that and I really enjoy having to keep charging.
“I need to keep doing that aspect for the team and hopefully I can speed up for another game.”
The wood ticket gate contains the scalp of Marnus Rabshagne, one of the world’s top batters, three times.
But he wiped out allegations that led to a moral victory over the Australian lineup. “We are still hit. If he goes out and we win, it will be a moral victory,” Wood said. “He is still contributing to the victory of their team. They still have more scores than us and we haven’t bowled them.”
England has not named the team to this day and will give the injured pair Ben Stokes and Johnny Bainesu as much time as possible to prove their health. “They’re fine so far,” Wood said. “They looked happy and were trained as usual.
“Everyone knows they are carrying Nigle and Knock, but everyone knows they are two characters who don’t want to give up easily. How they are in training tonight You have to see if you stand up. ”

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