Posts Tagged "Phil Hughes"
Phil Hughes says the English county mentor who reinvented him as a Test batsman will play a key role in his Ashes preparation.
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It’s a forgettable chapter in his Test career but Phil Hughes believes his painful 2009 Ashes experience has laid the platform for 2013 redemption.
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With Michael Clarke looking at the prospect of missing a Test through injury for the first time in his career, the return of Shane Watson to India has stirred up quite a commotion about leadership.
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On the whole, it’s considered unsporting to blame the umpires. But the umpiring in Australia’s Test match loss to India yesterday was some of the worst I’ve ever seen.
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Umpire Aleem Dar’s howler in dismissing Australian batsman Phil Hughes leg before yesterday in Mohali was a turning point in the third Test against India.
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The Mohali Test has reached an exciting stage with the last 98 overs to decide if India or Australia will grab a victory – or if the draw will play out.
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With the second Test in Hyderabad all said and done the embattled Aussies will now have to win the last two Test matches to keep their hands on the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
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The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.
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Maybe batting legend Matt Hayden’s comment on television two days ago was a tad early when he predicted, “Today the great Australian fighting spirit will surface.”
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Phil Hughes is facing a massive struggle to hold his place for the third Test in Mohali after his fourth consecutive flop of the series.
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Pace bowler Peter Siddle has pinpointed recently recalled batsman Phillip Hughes as the key weapon in Australia’s Test series against India starting later this month.
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You just have to love writing about cricket and cricketers. On Wednesday, a day after I questioned whether he’s really playing that delivery angled across him any differently to how he was last summer, Phil Hughes compiled a beautiful century in the last match of the limited-over series against Sri Lanka.
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Here are the player ratings from the Australian side from the final one-day match of the Sri Lanka series. The list is in order from best to worst, and there are no surprises as to who comes in at number one.
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During the last Ashes series there was a rumour doing the rounds that should England have a decent appeal against Phil Hughes turned down, they wouldn’t ask for a review because another chance was bound to be along soon after.
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With all the debate going on currently around what is or isn’t the ideal batting order for the Australian Test team, the form of a few in the coloured gear means we now have similar puzzles to solve for the one-day side.
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Sri Lanka will look to notch up their first win on tour but things will not get any easier against an inexperienced but hungry Australian side in the second ODI.
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Despite being labelled as the ‘B-team’ in the absence of Michael Clarke, David Warner and Matthew Wade, Australia bought their A-game in dismantling Sri Lanka at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the first match of the ODI series.
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Australia have lost their former captain and one of their best batsmen to retirement, and both are irreplaceable. But changed circumstances warrant flexible thinking.
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Here’s a quick look at our likely top seven, their statistics, how they play spin and how I think they will play in the upcoming Indian tour.
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Reborn Test player Phil Hughes plans to prove his reworked batting technique can thrive just as well in the one-day international arena.
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