Hobart Test Day 2:
(Hobart Test Day 2) It looks like England’s batting woes on the ongoing Ashes are not going to end well on a good note, firstly England bundled out Australia on 303 runs and when the baton was handed to their batter it didn’t work out.
after drawing the fourth test match it looked like that fire inside the English batters is still igniting and they will be itching to put their performance in the final match of the series, soo that they can end the series on a high note.
on the second day of the Hobart test English team got all out on just 188 runs, none of the batters was able to change their start to big innings from captain Joe Root to all-rounder Chris Woakes.
It seems like none of the batters has an answer to the Australian bowling lineup, in the first three matches of the series it was all Dawid Malan and Joe Root who were scoring the runs, but in the previous three innings there, they have also failed to score runs.
for England their bowling all-rounder Chris Woakes was the highest run-getter in the innings as he made 36 runs and then it was followed by captain Joe Root who made 34 runs, the problem for the English team is their batters have failed a big on this tour to apply themselves and score runs for their team.
As England was all out on 188 runs Australian team got a lead of 115 runs in the first innings, and in their second by the end of day two Australia has lost three wickets on 37 runs, and currently, they are 152 runs ahead of England.
now it is up to the English bowlers how fast they can wrap the Australian batting lineup, because if Australia manages to take the lead past 300 runs mark then it is going to be a lot difficult for the England team to save the game.