Shane Warne celebrates 50th birthday as Steve Smith notches another half century

Shane Warne celebrates his 50th birthday by watching Steve Smith score a record 10th successive half century from England, but claims that the hosts are at the”box seat” at the fifth Ashes Test…
Now I drew my half century up. Fifty years past.
I remember starting my career, looking at men in the group who have been 29, 28 and thinking’geez, they’re older’.
But I am very happy, I’m healthy, and I been blown away with of the messages from individuals of support and love. So thank you it has been quite nice.
I got a message that was gorgeous in Nasser Hussain. He said, ‘Get stuffed! Happy Birthday!’ That is nearly a term of endearment from Nass. Drinks are on him tonight!
I have been very lucky. I really like the broadcasting ever since I’ve retired, and that is still moving (touch wood). Iand I ‘ve also got some company ventures which are doing well and three children, respectively.
I am also really excited about coaching at The Hundred calendar year. I am very happy with the way we’re going at the minute.
I wasn’t the only one though, Steve Smith hitting a record half a century in a row against the exact same 27, to reach.
I can not remember an example of a batsman being dominant against a group – 751 runs from the set! England have had no response for him.
Whatever plans they have come up with, they have not sustained them long , couldn’t implement them well enough, or Smith has only been too good.
If I was England captain, then I think that the secret is currently hoping to convince him to strike through the covers – play away from his body.
You have to bowl full at him, not too broad but wide enough that he is looking to hit the ball. Mix up with the short chunk, using a leg slip. That’s what I’d be doing.
I don’t believe there has been enough really good slower balls to Smith if he has walked out to the center.
England are correct from the game, however, especially after Chris Woakes got out Smith, since this wicket is going to turn time. It will be difficult to bat.
It’s the reason why I was very surprised yesterday that Australia won the toss and decided on a pitch that is good to bowl.
In 2-1 up in the show, they gave off a bit of an advantage, and also the difference between drawing the string 2-2 and winning 3-1 is enormous. There’s still much to play .
Retain the Ashes and to have the right back back is excellent, but it could be big for Australia to acquire the series. They haven’t done this since 2001.
We performed well in 2005, but England were simply too great, and since – the 2009, 2013, 2015 tours – England have just crushed us.
I hope because I believe they deserve to Australia can go on to win the show. They played the better cricket have been the better side.
They will still think they could. England are in the box seat, but they will need to put Australia a score too, so long as Smith is in the crease, it is very difficult to say Australia won’t create a good deal of runs.
It is the identical thing they have a opportunity if England can get him outside.
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