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Australia to rest Josh Hazlewood for final Ashes Test
At 30, it seems a little premature to write him off entirely although Siddle, reportedly, has raised such fears in his most pessimistic moments.
It’s been a tough few weeks for Clarke.
The Power last night confirmed key backman Jackson Trengove will miss the remainder of the season after a shoulder reconstruction, but Hinkley denied the defence would be undermanned against reigning premiers Hawthorn under Friday night lights.
“For me it was about giving everything I had to the team and I think I’ve done that”.
Nonetheless, England are approaching the Fifth Test with every intention of kicking Australia when they’re down. “We really need to show that grit and determination throughout the Test match and play a lot better than we did in the last couple”.
Clarke will bow out with the unwanted record of having been the first Australian in over a hundred years to be on the losing side in four successive Ashes series in Britain.
The likable 37-year-old looked likely to only play a solitary Test after filling in for Matthew Hayden in 2008.
The feeling Michael Clarke has already moved on was reinforced by his view of the pitch at the Oval and the fact he suspects this match will be over before the weekend has barely begun.
“So it will be intriguing to see if his team are galvanised by his announcement that this is his final Test or whether they’ll implode”.
“It’s the right time for a number of reasons”.
“There’s been a few things, particularly the head issues lately”.
“I’ve felt over the last six months or so, as a captain, a lot better about myself”.
It is here where careers, in a flawless world, should end with a mild intoxication that can be brought about by nothing stronger than happy memories now at an end.
Pat Cummins, also 24, is set to deputise nearly four years since his one and only Test cap.
Anderson is not expected to play any part in the one-day worldwide series against Australia that follows this Test but will instead gear up to getting himself in tip-top shape for the Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates in October.
But Spofforth, enraged by a controversial run out from England captain W.G Grace, took 7 for 44 to inspire a seven-run Australian win and give birth to a rivalry that lives on today.
Foot and back injuries have since stalled the 22-year-old’s progress.
Hazlewood, who failed to demonstrate his trademark control in the third and fourth Ashes Tests, was unable to train on Tuesday due to sore shins.
And one can expect thousands to jam Colombo’s P. Sara Oval over the next five days for the second Test against India starting on Thursday to pay respects to one of the island’s and world’s greatest batsmen.
The tourists batted first at Edgbaston and Trent Bridge, the former was Clarke’s doing while the latter was Alastair Cook’s decision.