The England head coach Brendon McCullum has said both the fast bowling veterans would be playing ashes next year. The viewers will be able to see the pacer duo against their rivals Australia next summer in England.
Broad and Anderson both turn 41 and 37 years old respectively. The duo will be a year old next when they play against their arch-rivals in the summer. However, The coach made sure that the public didn’t believe any rumor as he confirmed both of them would be seen in ashes. Soon after the controversial drop from the team during the West Indies tour in March. The duo came back in style and took 56 test wickets. This performance leads the English team to win 6 test matches out of the 7 they played.
McCullum on the pairing of Pace duos
While taking to MucCullum if people can see the magic of the pair, he replied
“They’ll be here, They’re both smiling. How good’s that? Those guys are phenomenal cricketers. They could finish any time they wanted and they’d still be considered greats of the game. What they’re doing is continuing to build on the legacy they’re going to leave for the next generation – the time they’re giving other people in the dressing-room is phenomenal. Stuff you don’t see behind the scenes. The time, the effort, and the confidence they’re giving the other guys are quite remarkable, really. I’ve really enjoyed working alongside those two guys as well, trying to ensure that every day they’re enjoying themselves. The skipper’s good at that as well. [It was a] remarkable performance from both of them, and Jimmy has obviously been phenomenal all season, and the way Broady has stepped into that first-change role and embraced it and performed the way he has is also a mark of the person he is, and long may that continue.”