Australia may not change for the third test, says Tim Paine
SYDNEY: Australia is unlikely to play a second spinning wheel in the third Test against New Zealand and will probably present the same team that beat tourists in Melbourne last week to seal the series, Captain Tim Paine He said Thursday.
the Sydney Cricket Ground es el único lugar de prueba amigable para the giros en Australia y se agregó Mitchell Swepson, un spinner de muñeca sin tapa, al equipo para ofrecer la opción de un segundo jugador de bolos lento junto con Nathan Lyon .
We'll have a look in the morning, Captain Tim Paine told reporters on Thursday.
We probably won't change, but it's still a possibility when we see that wicket tomorrow morning that we would go for another spinner.
First Order Batter Marnus Labuschagne The part-time leg twist, which has earned him 12 wickets in 13 tests, offers Paine another option if Australia decides to stay with a specialized spinner and the SCG wicket turns towards the end of the game.
The big wins in Perth and Melbourne have given Australia an undisputed 2-0 lead in the three-game series before the Sydney Test, which starts on Friday.