We have ‘options’ in place for Virat Kohli: Josh Hazlewood

We have ‘options’ in place for Virat Kohli: Josh Hazlewood

We have ‘options’ in place for Virat Kohli: Josh Hazlewood

"We know the talent Mitch has". You'll be able to put a couple of fielders out (at the boundary) early on, do not let him get any barriers.

"The nets are pretty fiery, everyone feels a touch quicker in the nets as well", he said.

He rebuilt Australia's innings with a 191-run fifth-wicket stand alongside Smith as Australia piled on 451 for the first innings: exactly the sort of total they'll be chasing in every Test this summer.

"We know R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadejda and Kuldeep Yadav are all world-class spinners".

Living in the shadow of Virat Kohli is no problem for Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara.

"He walks out, we respect him but we won't go lightly on him". "It will be a great contest", he replied.

The loss of two of the finest batsmen in the world would gut any batting order and Australia have indeed shown the brittleness that comes with inexperience and lack of confidence over their last few worldwide outings. Not being a cricket betting man yet at that time, I merely quoted Dennis in the newspaper.

According to Renneberg the two teams got on well, with the Indians most competitive in the third Test when Renneberg's fast-bowling compatriot Graham McKenzie was inexplicably left out of the team.

"I love coming on in the graveyard shift, 70 to 80 overs when the ball's doing nothing and trying to sneak in a wicket".

We have ‘options’ in place for Virat Kohli: Josh Hazlewood

However, Ponting added this did not necessarily mean sledging pointing to the success Mitchell Johnson has enjoyed against Kohli through intimidating bowling and body language.

"We have some goals as a batting unit.I don't think there is any pressure on the batting unit. And whatever adjustments he had to make, he has already done it".

After winning the toss, Australian skipper Ricky Ponting was at his untouchable best in the second Test in 2003, stroking a majestic 242 with Justin Langer (58) and Simon Katich (75) supporting as the home team reached a huge 556 all out.

"We'll have a look at that and come up with a decision". We know there's going to be a lot of Indian fans here too, so that's always exciting to play in front of them.

"The trainer and physio have been monitoring the workload so depending on that we thought it is best to take a break and train for the next two days and be fresh for the Test match". Marsh recently played Shield cricket at the Adelaide Oval. "It was a very good cricket wicket". The first tour was in 1947-48 when Australia won the five-match series 4-0.

Word of advice: Get your headphones on when you watch this video.

- In the 2011-12 series, it took Kohli six attempts to pass fifty, but he followed up that 75 with a century in Adelaide - the venue for the opening Test on Thursday.

"I like Trav a lot, he is like a little brother", said Lyon who presented Head with his baggy green in Dubai.

More news: Universal Cancer Test: One Test to Diagnose Them All?
More news: George Soros-backed university is 'forced out' of Hungary
More news: 3-way tie for lead in Bahamas with Woods at the bottom

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.