Posts Tagged "Jason Behrendorff"

The Australian team has returned from their subcontinental tours and the area where their Ashes campaign seems to be on track is the bowling attack.

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Australia’s current tour of India looked a nightmare for Australian supporters until Tuesday morning. After losing the ODIs 1-4, Australia was 0-1 in T20 when the second T20 international commenced in Guwahati.

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Paceman Jason Behrendorff can enhance his Ashes prospects, while veteran keeper Tim Paine has an opportunity to audition for the ODI keeping spot, during Australia’s three-match T20 series in India.

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Australia’s fast bowling stocks are suddenly looking a lot deeper ahead of the Ashes, thanks to the successful returns from injury of pace stars James Pattinson, Pat Cummins and Jason Behrendorff.

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Jason Behrendorff has made a stunning return from injury and delivered the fifth best Sheffield Shield bowling figures to skittle Victoria for 117 at the WACA Ground.

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Fit-again Perth Scorchers paceman Jason Behrendorff is looming as a shock inclusion for Saturday’s BBL final against the Sydney Sixers at the WACA Ground.

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Australia look likely to field an all left-arm attack at times in the upcoming World Cup.

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The Australian pace attack has evolved this summer, with New South Welshman Josh Hazlewood zooming past veteran Peter Siddle, and it poses the question of who is going to take on the role of our most important paceman?

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Even though Ryan Harris will be pushing his claims for a Test recall by playing Sheffield Shield for Queensland, it’s unlikely the selectors will risk rushing him back for the opening Test – that is how valuable Harris is to Australia’s attack.

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With countless frontline pacemen at their disposal, the only Australian bowler who has a tight grip on a Test spot is Mitchell Johnson.

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Australia’s veteran pace attack ran rampant in this summer’s Ashes. But with Ryan Harris, Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle deep into their careers, which young tearaways will compete to replace them in the coming years?

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