Five Ashes takeaways from Australia’s World Test Championship Final win

Five Ashes takeaways from Australia’s World Test Championship Final win

Australia defeated India by 209 runs to win their first World Test Championship title at The Kia Oval. With just five days until the Ashes begin, Patrick Ardill discusses the key takeaways from Australia’s WTC Final win.

Travis Head is one of, if not the most destructive batsman in the world

Travis Head’s first innings century displayed some of the most fluid, comfortable stroke-making by a touring batter in England. Despite being briefly trialled at the top of the order in India, Head is locked in at No.5 and represents the perfect counter-Bazball threat.

With Harry Brook lining up as Head’s opposite number in the Ashes, the neutral could be in fo

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