England skipper Joe Root bracing for pink ball Test against West Indies. And off colour sledging during winter’s AshesThursday’s first ever day night Test on English soil is part of the build up to the always mentally gruelling Australia trip18:00, 13 AUG 2017Root has experience of the day night pink ball with Yorkshire (Image: PA) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailJoe Root will join Test cricket’s pink age this week before going back to the fuchsia in the Ashes war zone.Root has taken to the England captaincy like a rubber duck to bathwater, but 100 days before the first Test in Australia he is already warning his young players about the fierce hostility awaiting them Down Under this winter.And he is hoping Stuart Broad, who coped superbly after being cast as public enemy No.1 by boorish Aussie crowds four years ago, will shield him from some of the heat normally reserved for English captains.Root will lead his side into the first ever day night Test in this country when they face the West Indies at Edgbaston on Thursday.Their experience with a pink ball in the twilight zone, with play finishing at 9pm, will be valuable preparation for the second Ashes Test in Adelaide, which will also be a day night affair.(Image: Birmingham Post and Mail)And Root is also keen to prime his Aussie tour virgins for the vulgarity awaiting them this winter because it will hit them “like a train” if they are not ready for the “offensive” barbs from the stands.When England were whitewashed in 2013 14, Root was surprised by the ferocity of partisan repartee off the field, much of it aimed at all rounder Broad over his failure to walk after blatantly edging a catch at Trent Bridge the previous summer.We look forward to the day Australian batsmen routinely vacate the crease, without waiting for the umpire’s verdict, whenever they nick off. You’ll find it in the diary on the 12th of Never.Root said: “The crowds give you a hard time, and that’s probably what made it so enjoyable for the guys who went there and won (under Andrew Strauss in 2010 11).”They all said it was an amazing tour tough cricket, but a brilliant trip.Legend Boycott celebrates 40th anniversary of 100th first class hundred despite wind up on Test Match Special”My experience last time was different.
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