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Amazon Prime docuseries The Test: Australian cricket team release details

The Test follows the journey of the Australian cricket team after the South Africa ball tampering saga.


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Amazon Prime has recently released a compelling docuseries on the Australian cricket team. Titled The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team, the show is now available to stream, with the official release date 11 March 2020. Interestingly, Amazon Prime Video waited until Australia’s summer of cricket was complete to release the series.

The Test is set to follow Australia’s journey to retain The Ashes in England. It immediately picks up from right after the ball tampering incident in South Africa. This looks to be a must-watch for cricket fans, who’ll get a look at what really went on behind closed doors.

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Not only cricket lovers, but the entire nation and big parts of the world were absolutely outraged at the time of the scandal. Everyone had an opinion on it, from the local punter at the pub, right through to the then Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Intrigued? You might want to check out the trailer. The teaser begins with the triumph of Australia retaining The Ashes on English soil. It then rewinds through the turmoil endured in the previous years. This includes the loss to India on Australian soil for the first time and the Cricket World Cup.

A notable omission from the trailer is footage of David Warner, who was the alleged ringleader of the fiasco. There’s a lot of Steve Smith, including that fateful press conference that saw him break down in tears.

Check out the trailers below.

The Test trailer

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Subscriptions to Amazon Prime Video in India are fairly cheap. The service is free with an Amazon Prime subscription, costing Rs.129 per month or Rs.999 per year. Prime also has an awesome free trial length – users are given viewing access for 30 days. One of the key benefits of Amazon Prime is that it gives you free shipping on all Amazon products.

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