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Five India players score half-centuries in tour match

Five India players score half-centuries in tour match

I don't know what's going to happen.

Throw in the fact the Australians are missing their two best batsmen and there is a lot going India's way. "I don't think people wants us to be quiet but they wants us to play with respect to the game, play hard but fair, and win well and lose better", Eddings said.

Clarke isn't seeking an apology from Whateley, saying he "couldn't care less" about him, and he can't see the firestorm surrounding their war of words ending any time soon. It was the first time I'd seen Steven the other day.

"I read what "Painey" [Tim Paine] has said and I agree 100 per cent with what he's trying to do and I back him 100 per cent with what he's trying to do as captain of Australia". "I look forward to one day saying that to his face".

According to Cricket records, Australia hasn't played an official tour match against Australia A since January 1995.

"We're still going to play hard Australian cricket, as Michael put it, that's not going to change". Fantastic volleyball player. Sports freak who lives and dies for sports since childhood with early love for cricket transformed into indoor sports like volleyball, badminton etc.

"I thought the ball came out pretty well".

Coach Justin Langer, plus Tim Paine and Aaron Finch, Australia's Test and limited-overs captains respectively, have attempted to rein in the team's approach following the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa in March which led to bans for Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft.

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As part of the review into the sport, Australia's players developed a pact on how they wanted to play the game, urging the country's disengaged fans to "compete with us, smile with us, fight on with us, dream with us".

However, in a stark contrast with the Clarke's statement Simon Katich, who has shared the dressing room with Clarke both for New South Wales and Australia, believes that Australia need to understand that they are in this particular spot because they blatantly cheated and have to rejig the entire process to garner respect.

Clarke couldn't have been more supportive of Hayden's comments.

Clarke said Warner and the team needed his aggression.

In the present, the Indians also have Australia's all-star bowling attack to worry about. Hayden added Australia's cricketers should not be anxious about their "brand".

"Mitch Johnson has written about the toxic culture that developed under Clarke's leadership and collapsed in the sense of team that left some not even wanting to play". The ball is coming out well off his hand. "It's like a turn on, it makes him play better".

Former captain Michael Clarke has slammed attempts to improve Australian cricket's image in the wake of a cheating scandal, insisting the team "won't win a game" without its infamous abrasive attitude.