Shane Watson of Australia leaves the field. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Never ending injury concerns and a string of promising all-rounders in the wings have not dulled Shane Watson's optimism of playing a leading role for Australia across all formats of cricket. As Michael Clarke's side have enjoyed success in the Middle East against Pakistan, Watson has spent time rehabilitating an unlucky ankle injury sustained after treading on a ball and then a calf strain. The burly ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
Mitch Marsh's hopes of being fit for the first Test against Pakistan on October 22 have been boosted after the uncapped all-rounder did a series of light run-through drills. Australia's three-match series of one-day internationals against Pakistan ...ABC Online, 2 weeks ago All-rounder Marsh starts light jogging FoxSports.com.au, 2 weeks ago Allrounder Marsh starts light jogging Racing and Sports, 2 weeks ago Faulkner in as Australia bat first Noodls, 1 month ago
SYDNEY: Australia captain Michael Clarke has begun his Dubai campaign to prove his fitness for the first Test against Pakistan by completing a series of light run-throughs at Saturday's training session. Clarke, who arrived in Dubai mid-week, has ...Online News Pakistan, 2 weeks ago Clarke starts work to prove fitness DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago Michael Clarke on track to return ONE News, 2 weeks ago Clarke takes important step in recovery Nine MSN, 2 weeks ago
agencies DUBAI, 4 OCT: Pakistan's preparations for the series against Australia received a big jolt ahead of their one-off Twenty20 International match fixed for Sunday when all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez was ruled out after injuring his left hand ...The Statesman, 2 weeks ago
Travelling solo in order to make an earlier start than his teammates to overseas tours is one of the radical proposals Michael Clarke is considering to try and eliminate a repeat of his latest injury setback. Clarke remains in doubt for ...Noodls, 2 months ago
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