Sport Australia to move in for the kill: Starc

06:21  07 december  2017
06:21  07 december  2017 Source:   MSN

Bouncer barrage won't stop: Aussie quicks

  Bouncer barrage won't stop: Aussie quicks Australia will continue to pepper England with bouncers this summer with Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood looking forward to the second Test.The widespread expectation prior to the first Test was that Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins would rain fire and bouncers on the opposition at the Gabba.

Starc has let his work on the pitch do the talking. Mitchell Starc looks on during the Australian nets session. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images. Publicly labelled ‘soft’ by former Test bowler Shane Warne only a few months ago

Bailey moves to his right, dives and secures it. Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc who beat Saqlain Mushtaq's 19-year record to become the fastest ever to 100 ODI wickets played down the landmark and described it as "something he could sit b.

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Mitchell Starc of Australia appeals successfully for the wicket of Craig Overton. © Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Mitchell Starc of Australia appeals successfully for the wicket of Craig Overton. "They had to give it their all during the week to get themselves into a position to have a chase in the fourth innings and to come up short," Australia's pace spearhead said on Thursday.

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Given not out, overturned by DRS, and nearly overturned again. What's your decision?Stoneman, who had earlier been hit by a Josh Hazlewood short ball, seemingly evaded a Mitchell Starc bouncer during the second session at the WACA, but the Aussies all appealed for caught behind.

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