Ollie Robinson has warned that England could give Australia a “good hiding” in the Ashes this summer.
Since the 4-0 thrashing in the 2021-22 Ashes in Australia, when Robinson, the England and Sussex bowler, struggled for form and fitness, England have been transformed by Brendon McCullum, the red-ball head coach, and Ben Stokes, the Test captain, winning ten of their 12 Tests in an aggressive style.
And Robinson, 29, believes that England have progressed sufficiently that they should be considered favourites for the Ashes, which start on June 16 at Edgbaston.
“With the team and squad we have at the moment it’s such an exciting time to play Australia at home,” Robinson told BBC Radio Sussex. “When we went to Australia we weren’t quite at