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Looking forward to the Ashes this year. Play the 4 quicks, Starc, Hazelwood, Cummins and Pattinson with Maxwell as the spin option. Michael Vaughan tweeted how scared he was of that line up a couple of days ago.We'll have a very powerful line-up come November. Hobart last year now seems so long ago.
Jason Behrendorff might be in front of Pattinson.Very impressive skill set and has recently taken a 9 for in Shield cricket
http://www.espncricinfo.com/sheffield-shield-2016-17/content/story/1084495.htmllefty, tall ad rangy - 1.93 odd. Bowls mid 140s?
Pattinson needs to stay fit... but he would be ahead of Berendorf. Already shown that he can be damaging at test level.We will destroy the poms if we have 3 of Starc, Hazlewood, Cummins and Patterson available. It will be exciting to see them all in the same team.
i'm looking at all 4 in against the Poms. Maxwell batting at 6 and doing the spin duties.
Maxwell may be the go at No.6, but he won't be the main spinner.
That'd be nice.....maybe you'd get away with it at the Gabba......but with the rest being all boring drop-ins you just have to have a specialist spinner.
I am a Marsh detractor but he will play the fourth test. Good effort today.A heck of a lot of ticker shown today, they should take great confidence from batting a full day on a day pitch 5 versus Ashwin and Jajeda. Many Australian teams have folded in similar situations, but this one didn't. Continues the theme of good application.Smith's captaincy yesterday might be questionable but Kohli should cop some serious flack as well... the conservative batting once India drew level was pathetic given the bowlers were cooked and gives the impression that India were crap scared to chase 150 on the last day... Australia should have been batting soon after Lunch on day 4, not with 8 overs left in the day.
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