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Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball

Ashes 2021-22: England and Australia are currently facing each other in the second test match. Moreover, the game is taking place at the Adelaide Oval in North Adelaide, Australia.

The Aussies went on to put up a brilliant performance in the first test match at the Gabba in Brisbane. They went on to beat England by a big margin on the fourth day of the first test match.

But England has a good chance to make it 1-1. It is because the second test match being played is the pink ball test match. And this will hugely favour the England fast bowlers. England’s strength is their fast bowling attack.

However, Australia’s stand-in captain Steve Smith went on to win the toss. And he went on to have a bat first in the second test match against England. But the Aussies could not get to a fine start in the beginning stages of the match.

Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball
Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball

Marcus Harris went out for just three runs. But David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne have gone on to show their true potential in the second test match. David Warner went on to score 94 runs to continue his fine form.

Moreover, Marnus Labuschagne brought up his hundred in a dominating fashion. As a result of that, Australia is at 301/5 which is a brilliant score. England must all out Australia if they have to survive further in this Ashes series.

Ashes 2021-22: Marnus Labuschagne survives yet again due to a no-ball

Australian middle-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne is riding on unreal luck. Ever since he began the innings, England has gone on to miss quite a few chances in the form of poor fielding effort in the deep. The Australian international was dropped by Jos Butter yesterday.

And a similar thing has gone on to take place in the morning. Marnus Labuschagne was caught behind only to be called back as the bowler went on to overstep. Soon umpire gave the signal of a no-ball and Marnus Labuschagne went on to survive once again.

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Ashes 2021-22: England and Australia are currently facing each other in the second test match. Moreover, the game is taking place at the Adelaide Oval in North Adelaide, Australia.

The Aussies went on to put up a brilliant performance in the first test match at the Gabba in Brisbane. They went on to beat England by a big margin on the fourth day of the first test match.

But England has a good chance to make it 1-1. It is because the second test match being played is the pink ball test match. And this will hugely favour the England fast bowlers. England’s strength is their fast bowling attack.

However, Australia’s stand-in captain Steve Smith went on to win the toss. And he went on to have a bat first in the second test match against England. But the Aussies could not get to a fine start in the beginning stages of the match.

Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball
Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball

Marcus Harris went out for just three runs. But David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne have gone on to show their true potential in the second test match. David Warner went on to score 94 runs to continue his fine form.

Moreover, Marnus Labuschagne brought up his hundred in a dominating fashion. As a result of that, Australia is at 301/5 which is a brilliant score. England must all out Australia if they have to survive further in this Ashes series.

Ashes 2021-22: Marnus Labuschagne survives yet again due to a no-ball

Australian middle-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne is riding on unreal luck. Ever since he began the innings, England has gone on to miss quite a few chances in the form of poor fielding effort in the deep. The Australian international was dropped by Jos Butter yesterday.

And a similar thing has gone on to take place in the morning. Marnus Labuschagne was caught behind only to be called back as the bowler went on to overstep. Soon umpire gave the signal of a no-ball and Marnus Labuschagne went on to survive once again.

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Ashes 2021-22: England and Australia are currently facing each other in the second test match. Moreover, the game is taking place at the Adelaide Oval in North Adelaide, Australia.

The Aussies went on to put up a brilliant performance in the first test match at the Gabba in Brisbane. They went on to beat England by a big margin on the fourth day of the first test match.

But England has a good chance to make it 1-1. It is because the second test match being played is the pink ball test match. And this will hugely favour the England fast bowlers. England’s strength is their fast bowling attack.

However, Australia’s stand-in captain Steve Smith went on to win the toss. And he went on to have a bat first in the second test match against England. But the Aussies could not get to a fine start in the beginning stages of the match.

Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball
Ashes 2021-22: Unreal luck for Marnus Labuschagne as he survives yet again due to no-ball

Marcus Harris went out for just three runs. But David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne have gone on to show their true potential in the second test match. David Warner went on to score 94 runs to continue his fine form.

Moreover, Marnus Labuschagne brought up his hundred in a dominating fashion. As a result of that, Australia is at 301/5 which is a brilliant score. England must all out Australia if they have to survive further in this Ashes series.

Ashes 2021-22: Marnus Labuschagne survives yet again due to a no-ball

Australian middle-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne is riding on unreal luck. Ever since he began the innings, England has gone on to miss quite a few chances in the form of poor fielding effort in the deep. The Australian international was dropped by Jos Butter yesterday.

And a similar thing has gone on to take place in the morning. Marnus Labuschagne was caught behind only to be called back as the bowler went on to overstep. Soon umpire gave the signal of a no-ball and Marnus Labuschagne went on to survive once again.

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