Australia coach Darren Lehmann promises England even more hostile bowling in second Ashes Test as Adelaide hosts day-night contest



Australia coach Darren Lehmann has warned England to expect more hostility from the home pace attack as they switch from Brisbane to Adelaide for the second Test.
Joe Root's tourists faltered to a 10-wicket defeat after they failed to sustain an encouraging start at the Gabba, where the pitch was much slower than anyone expected at a venue renowned for its pace and bounce.
Lehmann is anticipating a quicker surface, however, at the Adelaide Oval - which will stage the inaugural day-night Ashes Test from Saturday.
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28 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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