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When he renews his contest with Australia batsman Steve Smith in the fourth Ashes Test that week, england’s Jofra Archer will raise his match, says fellow fast bowler Stuart Broad.
Smith missed England’s third-Test triumph with concussion after being struck with an Archer bouncer.
“He hasn’t actually got me out,” said Smith, who will play at Old Trafford.
Broad told BBC Sport:”Jofra is a fantastic bowler – but he’s an even greater bowler when he has challenged.”
The penultimate Test begins with the series level at 1-1 after England’s epic one-wicket victory at Headingley, on Wednesday.
“I know when Steve Smith walks into the crease, Jofra will probably be walking into [captain] Joe Root stating:’Give me this ball,'” added Broad.
Archer, 24, qualified to play England in March, made his debut in May, bowled the super over as the hosts won the World Cup in July and has taken 13 Test wickets at an average of all 13.53 because his first appearance at Lord’s.
“We have seen him stand up to a lot of high-pressure situations already in his youthful global profession,” said Broad.
“I’m going to be quite a curious viewer out of mid-on because they’re two world-class players moving against each other, even using a little bit of verbal niggle moving around too.
“That’s what Ashes cricket is all about – the theatre, the excitement, the pleasure.”
Smith retired injury on 80 about the very first day of the second Test after ducking to an Archer delivery at 92mphHe had received treatment after being struck on the arm by a short ball from the bowler.
Though Smith returned to make 92, he had been replaced with concussion replacement Marnus Labuschagne at the second innings as Australia lived to draw on the Exam.
Smith, who produced double centuries is averaging 126 having been dismissed Broad and once by by Chris Woakes.
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