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newscricket9 months ago

Tanveer Sangha could be in line for Australia call-up versus New Zealand, reckons Brett Lee

Brett Lee reckons that teenage spin sensation Tanveer Sangha, who is currently the third-highest wicket-taker in BBL 10, has given every reason for the selectors to pick him for the T20Is against New Zealand. Despite Sangha being just 19, Lee feels that the youngster is ‘ready’ to make the jump.
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newscricket9 months ago

IND vs AUS | The Rishabh Pant 'tactical' move by Rahane at SCG was 'outstanding', opines Brad Haddin

Former Australian wicket-keeper batsman Brad Haddin has been left impressed by India's stand-in-skipper Ajinkya Rahane and he termed his Pant's 'punt' outstanding. He was also full of praise for the fight and character that the Indian team has showed in the series after being hit by injuries.
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newscricket10 months ago

IND vs AUS | India are ‘trying their best’ to avoid playing at the Gabba, quips Brad Haddin

Former Aussie cricketer Brad Haddin gave his thoughts on India reportedly wanting to play the last two Tests at the SCG due to bubble-fatigue and claimed that the visitors are ‘trying their best’ to avoid playing at the Gabba. The Gabba is Australia’s fortress, with them unbeaten there since 1988.
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newscricket10 months ago

IND vs AUS | Cannot see India bouncing back in the series after Adelaide humiliation, states Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin believes India’s best chance of winning a Test in this series was the Adelaide encounter, and now feels it’s next to impossible for them to stage a comeback. Haddin claimed that India’s batting depth is ‘concerning’ and reckons there are a lot of questions that need answering.
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newscricket10 months ago

IND vs AUS | Shaun Marsh's time is done as he's 37-year-old now, opines Brad Haddin

Former Australia wicket-keeper batsman Brad Haddin has strongly objected the hullabaloo surrounding the possible return of Shaun Marsh as he feels his time is done and dusted. Australia's opening woes and absence of David Warner has got fans and media talking about the experienced Shaun Marsh.
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newscricket2 years ago

Important for Rishabh Pant to create his own identity, believes Brad Haddin

Former Australia keeper Brad Haddin, who also represented KKR in the IPL, feels that it’s vital for Rishabh Pant to create an identity of his own to excel at the international level. Haddin believes that it’s important for the next-gen Indian keepers to carry forward the legacy left behind by Dhoni.
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newscricket2 years ago

Australia short-staffed ahead of long home season

Australia, who have returned from England after a gruelling Ashes, are facing serious trouble back home. With the home season set to start in 11 days, coach Justin Langer is short-staffed and former cricketers have been lured by overseas leagues, leaving Cricket Australia with no options.
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newscricket2 years ago

Brad Haddin appointed Sunrisers Hyderabad’s assistant coach

Sunrisers Hyderabad have appointed former Australian batsman wicketkeeper Brad Haddin as their assistant coach for the next season of IPL. He has previously served the Australian senior cricket team and its ‘A’ team as a coach and will be the deputy for compatriot Trevor Bayliss.
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featurecricket2 years ago

Ashton Agar - Australia’s forgotten Ashes hero

Imagine you’re a young Australian spinner who has just played a handful of first-class matches. You have now been called up to the Ashes squad. Nathan Lyon is already in the squad, so you’re thinking of getting some valuable experience and preparing yourself to carry drinks for the team.
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newscricket2 years ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Langer, Smudge, Punter, myself, and Haddin part of think-tank, says Aaron Finch

Aaron Finch said the Australian think tank, comprising Justin Langer, Steve Smith, Ricky Ponting, himself, and Brad Haddin, was at it together to dismiss the dangerous Colin de Grandhomme first ball. Australia beat neighbours New Zealand by 86 runs to register their fifth successive win.
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