Stuart Broad is excited to rekindle his rivalry with David Warner: T20 World Cup. He is looking forward to rekindling his challenge. Also, with Australia’s David Warner Down Under later this year. However, Stuart Broad forged a stronghold over Warner in the 2019 Ashes series. He understands the challenges against him in Australia. Broad and Jofra Archer tied Warner down quite well in England two years ago, dismissing him 10 times in total. Stuart defeated the southpaw seven times in a row, averaging 13.69. In 2019, bowl around the wicket against Australia’s southpaw.
However, Stuart Broad believes England has to come up. With a fresh plan for David Warner this winter. He believes the Kookaburra ball in Australia doesn’t offer as much assistance.
“I’m very aware the challenge of bowling to David Warner with the Kookaburra in Australia is very different to bowling in England with the Dukes. What pleased me in 2019. I did a lot of research before the series, he was someone I always felt I never got it right to and he was someone who we as a team was very wary of because he can take the game away from you,” Broad said.
Moreover, Broad’s record in his last two Australian tours. Against left-handers is not as impressive. In the averaging a mediocre 33.86 and 34.78 against right-handers. Despite that, he is likely to share the new-ball duties with the legendary James Anderson. And then Broad revealed that England came up with a clear plan for the 2019 Ashes series. Also, with the pitches working in their favor. However, he knows what Warner is capable of in-home conditions.
“Lastly, we came up with this plan of bowling a bit fuller, bowl at the stumps, and if you miss, miss leg-side because if you miss off-side, he hits you for four. The pitches had a little bit of nip in them and once we got two or three wickets in, it almost became a bit of a mental thing. But I’m very aware he’ll be very focused for this Ashes series in conditions were harder to bowl a fuller length,” Stuart Broad said.