Boycott accepts Australia stand `no shot of victory` in first Ashes Test

London : Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott has released any prospect of Australia winning the first Ashes Test after the hosts posted a forcing 412-run focus at stumps on day three in Cardiff. Boycott accepts Australia stand `no shot of victory` in first Ashes Test.

Blacklist said that it is extremely unlikely Australia are going to get it, while depicting their batting as ‘not extraordinary’, the BBC reported.

Having a first innings lead of 122, England started to quicken their innings on Friday as both Ian Bell and Joe Root scored 60 and Ben Stokes added 42 to the joy of light group.

Despite the fact that wickets fell at standard points, Mark Wood smacked 32 off 18 conveyances to help the hosts set an overwhelming focus for the Michael Clarke-drove side.

Australia, why should looking for end a dash of three straight away Ashes arrangement inverts on this visit, have two days to pursue down the objective.



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