Ben Foakes    Getty Images
Ben Foakes Getty Images

England will be under pressure when they head into the second Test of the 2017-18 Ashes. Being a day-night affair will surely make things more interesting. Ben Foakes, England s reserve wicketkeeper, feels the Adelaide will be the perfect stage for England to make a comeback in the series. As per ESPNCricinfo, Foakes has claimed that he is not worried about getting a chance to play. In fact, being a part of the team is what makes him feels special at this point. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: Australia vs England, Ashes 2017-18, 2nd Test at Adelaide (Day-Night)

On his Ashes campaign so far

Obviously I’ve been netting a lot out here so it was nice to get out in the middle, share a stand with Keats and get a few runs. When you come out as back-up keeper you know your game time is going to be limited, but it’s still been special to be out here. We had three days of hard work in Brisbane when I thought we played pretty well, and although it slipped away in the end, hopefully Adelaide will be a good place for us to come back, said Foakes, as reported by ESPNCricinfo.