Stuart Broad played a key role in England's triumph in Ashes 2015 © Getty Images
Stuart Broad played a key role in England’s triumph in Ashes 2015 © Getty Images

London: Ahead of his side’s Test series against South Africa, England pace spearhead Stuart Broad has insisted that his side are looking forward to display the same `attacking` cricket as they had shown during his side’s Ashes victory against Australia. Describing current England side as `determined`, the 29-year-old maintained that his side are fearless and that they are hungry to win the upcoming four-match series, the Mirror reported. The right-hander believes that the South African conditions would suit the England team because of players’ ability to play aggressive brand of cricket. Broad, who is looking forward to the seamer friendly pitches, admitted that South Africa are one of the best places to bowl for swing and seam, adding that the entire bowling unit is extremely excited for the same. READ: Captain Alastair Cook backs Stuart Broad for ICC World T20 2016

Meanwhile, South Africa, who lost the recently concluded Test series against India 0-3, will aim to bounce back when they will take on the touring England side in the first Test, starting from December 26 in Durban. Although Broad has not played a single T20I since 2014 but Test skipper Alastair Cook backs him to perform well in the upcoming ICC World T20 2016, beginning in March, 2016 in India. READ: Stuart Broad shows a rare glimpse of history in Ashes 2015 4th Test at Trent Bridge

“Physically he [Broad] has looked in fantastic nick recently and he hasn’t played much one-day cricket. He would go with my blessing. “If you want to go to win global tournaments and you need your best players. That’s an interesting selection for the selectors, Andrew Strauss and Eoin Morgan. That will be a decision made down the line and you can’t look too far ahead.” READ: England cricket team pays visit to UK Prime Minister David Cameron