When Dizzy was dropped in England I stated on this website that he will be in the Australian IX for the first Ashes test in Australia later this year. This comment was met with much hilarity by many a pom on this website.
Question is - will he be selected?
Stuart Clark has just come off a man of the series effort in SA and would consider himself very unlucky if not selected.
And with Mcgrath presumably back, what will the test attack be? Will Australia continue with 5 bowlers or go back to their preferred 4 bowler attack.
Can Dizzy truly be considered as an allrounder based on one freakish effort against poor opposition?
Can he justify his selection on bowling only considering all he has done has had a good game or two with the ball against poor opposition?
Surely MacGill deserves to play but will they play 2 spinners and 3 quicks?
Is Kaspa now out of the equation.....and what about Tait?
There are a million questions and permutations but what will the sleectors do?
Will Dizzy's performance in the second test against Bangladesh go down as the greatest performance ever by a player that was then dropped?