- Islamabad—Australian Selector Rod Marsh believes their series against Pakistan is highly important thus presenting them a chance to reclaim the number one Test ranking saying it will also prove good for the preparation of the 2015 World Cup. ... Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago
Australia wait on Clarke, Marsh fitness - Yahoo! News, 6 days ago
OKeefe, Marsh in line for Test debuts - Herald Sun, 4 days ago
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Australian chairman of selectors Rod Marsh is juggling a number of injury and form headaches affecting openers David Warner, Rogers, Clarke and Marsh after a 153-run loss to Pakistan A in Sharjah. There's more than one spot to discuss I can promise ...NEWS.com.au, 6 days ago Marsh fit but Faulkner staying just in case FoxSports.com.au, 6 days ago
Australia's only warm-up game ahead of their two-Test series against Pakistan is over and key players who missed out with the bat will just have to get on with it, chairman of selectors Rod Marsh says. Test opener Chris Rogers faced six balls in ...Special Broadcasting Service, 6 days ago Aussies need to get on with it: Marsh Nine MSN, 6 days ago
PACE-BOWLING all-rounder James Faulkner's two overs for 20 runs could give Australia's chief selector Rod Marsh food for thought ahead of the second one-dayer against Pakistan. Australia has announced left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty will join the ...Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central, 2 weeks ago Xavier Doherty emerges contender for one-day spot Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago Doherty to push for Aust ODI role Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago Doherty to push for Aust ODI role (AAP) Yahoo!Xtra, 2 weeks ago
20 pm London, Sep 09 ( ANI ): Australia cricket team's chief selector Rod Marsh has stated that he is not confident that captain Michael Clarke would be fit for the first Test against Pakistan , even though the match is still six weeks ...Ani News, 1 month ago
Australia captain Michael Clarke (left) with selector Rod Marsh. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Australia are fretting over the composition of their playing eleven as Michael Clarke and his men embark on their journey to reclaim the world number one ranking in the two-Test series against Pakistan starting on Wednesday. - Name your 30 World Cup probables!Australia will have to win both Tests in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to go one point clear of South Africa, who displaced them at the top in ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago Australia eye the No.1 spot in Tests Indian Express, 3 days ago Eye on top spot, Aussies fret over selection Qatar Peninsula, 3 days ago Aussies fret over final XI vs Pak ABP Live, 4 days ago
National chairman of selectors Rod Marsh candidly conceded Maxwell was chosen for the Test series against Pakistan on X-Factor, with Australia hoping the Victorian can click and become a consistent performer. Maxwell, 25, ignited with 3-13 in ...NEWS.com.au, 2 weeks ago
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Australia selector Rod Marsh has made a bold claim by saying that Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh are as talented as South Africa superstar AB de Villiers, the number one batsman in the world. De Villiers is ranked number one in ODIs and second ...Yahoo! News, 1 week ago No limit for Maxwell, Marsh talent Noodls, 1 week ago Pair has enormous talent, Rod Marsh says Northern Territory Government, 1 week ago
Michael Clarke and Mitchell Marsh should be fit for the first Test against Pakistan, but Australia's chairman of selectors Rod Marsh said the final XI may not be decided until the morning of the matchESPN Cricinfo, 6 days ago
Related Story: Pakistan recalls Taufeeq Umar for Australia Tests Mitchell Marsh has been declared fit for selection for Wednesday's first Test against Pakistan but Australia has said it will keep fellow all-rounder James Faulkner in Dubai on ...ABC Online, 6 days ago Australia retain James Faulkner in squad (AAP) West Australian, 6 days ago Aust retain James Faulkner in squad Racing and Sports, 6 days ago
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