England will take their strongest team to Australia for the 2021-22 Ash Test.

Joe Root will captain the team, with wicketkeeper Jos Buttler as vice-captain for the five-match series which kicks off in Brisbane on December 12. 8.

All 17 players have a limit on the test level.

England manager Chris Silverwood said: “I am delighted that all the players present are working hard on this journey. The England and Wales Cricket Committee (ECB) announced on Friday that the tour would continue following players’ concerns about Covid rules. Rory Burns, David Malan, Haseeb Hameed, Zak Crawley, and Jonny Bairstow join Root as frontrunners.

James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, Craig Overton, and Ollie Robinson are some of the bowling options in England, as well as conversions of Jack Leach and Dom Bess. Dan Lawrence, a soccer player, will compete for the spot between Ollie Pope, Buttler, and Chris Woakes.

Handyman Ben Stokes will not be allowed to recover from finger surgery after he suffered a permanent fracture in July to protect his mental health. Fastball players Jofra Archer and Olly Stone are also sidelined, recovering from injuries and individual knee injuries, as well as Sam Curran’s left arm tract. Handyman Moeen Ali retires from Test Cricket. Broad, who made his fourth trip to the ashes, is still recovering from his right calf but is “making good progress,” the ECB said.

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Silverwood said, “We have no illusions about how difficult this project is.” “Australia has been strong at home in the past and is expected to overcome this trend. However, from our point of view, there is a lot of enthusiasm and belief that we can do something other than that.”

The unnamed English Lions team will take care of the players who will travel for two months. Both teams travel to Australia on November 4, and players from the Twenty20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates will embark on the tour following their tournament appointments. England was looking to beat Ashes when Australia caught them in England after a 2-2 draw in 2019.

England squad for Australia squad

Captain Joe Root (Yorkshire), James Anderson (Lancashire), Jonathan Bairstow (Yorkshire), Dom Bess (Yorkshire), Stuart Broad (Nottinghamshire), Rory Burns (Surrey), Jos Buttler (Lancashire), Zak Crawley (Kent), Haseeb Hameed (Nottinghamshire), Dan Lawrence (Essex), Jack Leach (Somerset), David Malan (Yorkshire), Craig Overton (Somerset), Ollie Pope (Surrey), Ollie Robinson (Sussex), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire), Mark Wood ( Durham).

England players are involved in this journey There are indications that some players will not be available for this winter’s trip as England will be forced to send a weak squad.

Concerns are focused on whether the players’ families will be allowed to travel, the diversity and nature around the “bubble”. Many British athletes have young families, including Buttler, Wood, and Woakes. Roots in Buttler have expressed their discomfort with some of Australia’s Covid-19 systems, which are among the toughest in the world.

However, after discussions with Cricket Australia, the ECB was able to point out the trip “based on a number of very important factors”. The condition is thought to affect the opportunity to allow the athlete’s family to travel. However, foreign visitors have closed Australia’s borders, meaning British supporters will not be allowed to travel to celebrate the festival.