The veteran wants the visitors to use synthetic wickets before coming to Australia.

David Warner has suggested England after Ashes drubbing. The veteran wants the visitors to use synthetic wickets before coming to Australia. The 35-year-old noted the extra bounce is the most significant difference between the pitches of both countries.

Since their win in 2011, England have faced humiliation against Australia Down Under. The Three Lions have lost the last three tours by scorelines of 0-5, 0-4 and are 0-3 down in the ongoing series.

The English batsmen have failed to adjust to the conditions in Australia. While speaking to The Australian Associated Press, Warner said:

“I would probably suggest going on the synthos [synthetic wickets] and practising against the [extra] bounce, doing that in England. You’ve always got to find ways to prepare, and the only way you can prepare for a bounce is on synthos in England.”

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