Cummins to the fore with five, England at sixes and sevens | Men's Ashes 2021-22
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Cummins to the fore with five, England at sixes and sevens | Men's Ashes 2021-22
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Cummins to the fore with five, England at sixes and sevens | Men's Ashes 2021-22
A wicket off the first ball from Mitchell Starc started a near perfect day for Australia, with Pat Cummins claiming a five-wicket haul on his captaincy debut as England were bowled out for 147 before rain washed out the final session.

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  1. Very few of these modern day co-called "greats" would thrive in the 70's/80's. Considerably smaller bats, much worse pitches (than the absolute roads played on today – to ensure test matches go the full 5 days, so the powers-that-be make the most money possible), larger outfields, bowling rules more in favour of the bowler, pitiful protective equipment, a plethora of world-class bowlers – Marshall, Hadlee, Lillee, Thomson, Snow, Roberts, Akram, Imran, Holding, Bedi, Garner, Walsh, Dev, Chandrasekhar, … etc etc etc ( and the etc etc etc are still better than most of today's bowlers)….Not to mention techniques that have gone so far towards favouring 20/20 cricket (and away from test cricket), that I am almost amazed when a legitimate forward defence is played these days…
    Cricket today seems to be full of amazing fielders, generally average bowlers and batsmen, who on today's pitches, look like all time greats.

    But no-one is ever gonna convince me that David Warner switch-hitting a rank long-hop from a spinner for six, takes anywhere near as much skill as Ian Chappell or Javed Miandad hooking Michael Holding in his pomp, off their nose, on a green-top with what essentially is a toothpick, in comparison with the tree-trucks they bat with today.

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