Former England captain Mike Brearley heads the little known MCC world cricket committee that is proposing to limit the size of bats.
When expressman Pat Cummins wore the baggy green for the first time, he was the second youngest in Australian Test cricket history at 18 years and 193 days behind Ian Craig’s 17 years and 239 days.
After the Australians had romped in by 68 runs over the Kiwis last Sunday at the SCG on the back of skipper Steve Smith’s stunning man-of-the-match 164 and a screamer of a gully catch, there were no reasons to change the side.
It’s early days, but if Tiger Woods’ refreshing attitude in his comeback tournament holds good, the former world number one for a record 683 weeks will regain the majority of fans he lost.
The difference is crystal clear – Steve Smith’s first priority is what’s best for the team, while Glenn Maxwell’s priority is what’s best for Glenn Maxwell.
He’s a cheeky bugger, but Eddie Jones has done a right royal hatchet job on the Wallabies this year.