Only if white batted no 8 though, he's best utilized as a bowling all-rounder like Aaron Finch
Is what you had in mind then?
Ok, so I've been doing a bunch of night shifts, read through what I posted to do with an old shield game. No idea where I was going with that.
Cam White gets runs in the SS before Brisbane and he'd have to be given another chance.
Tom Moody is promoting Rob Quinney.
Please god yes.
If they are going to pick a no 6 on OD form then Bailey has the best shot if he keeps scoring. I would rather they went with pure SS form than use OD form for Brisbane. They like Baileys leadership so FC would top it his way. Assuming he gets back to get a SS game in.
i'd rather not use form and just use the person they think is best suited to fill the position
Brad McNamara @bbuzzmc
Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
Yeah, I think it's more a case of there being no disadvantage for prospective Test #6s who happen to be good enough at ODIs to be in India.
Daniel Brettig: "Siddle is the vital glue for a bowling attack that needs experience and consistency to balance the talent of Hazlewood, Starc, James Pattinson and Pat Cummins. Hopefully Lehmann and company will now remember this"
If they pick the best match , whoever that is, with no form then that's asking for trouble unless you guarantee them 5 tests. Even then there will be mass debate about what the guy has to do to maintain that spot.
As for how to hold a spot in the team - it should be more lenient on guys who are thought to be long-term prospects than those who are simply filling gaps and could well be cast aside soon
Not saying that should keep him out of the side if he's making more runs than other skinnier ****s, but he actually looked bigger than last year to me seeing him live.
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