India vs Australia: From Marcus Stoinis to Adam Zampa, Aussie players to watch out for in limited-overs series
Ahead of the highly-anticipated limited-overs series between the two cricketing heavyweights, we take a look at Australia’s players to watch out for
With the likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, to name a few, up in their ranks, both India and Australia have formidable bowling attacks.
England and West Indies skippers Eoin Morgan and Jason Holder, who had also spent time in tight restrictions during the Test series in UK ahead of the IPL, too have warned that living in bubbles can led to "extreme burnouts".
Mitchell Starc blames outside noise for poor show against India two years ago, says 'not paying attention to anything now'
Starc had received flak for his performance against India after taking 13 wickets during the four-Test series in 2018-19.
England vs Australia: Maxwell, Carey smash tons as Aussies recover from precarious position to win third ODI, clinch series
Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey both hit brilliant hundreds as Australia sealed a dramatic series win over world champions England in the third one-day international at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
Eoin Morgan's England go into the matches on a high after a 2-1 Twenty20 series victory over Australia but Josh Hazlewood believes the visitors can carry "momentum" into the one-dayers following a five-wicket T20 win in Southampton on Tuesday.
England vs Australia: Jos Buttler's quickfire 77 sees hosts win by six wickets to clinch T20I series
He faced just 54 balls, including eight fours and two sixes, with this innings becoming Buttler's highest score in a T20 international, surpassing his 73 not out against Sri Lanka at Southampton four years ago.
England vs Australia: Cricket Australia impose further restrictions on players' usage of sweat for limited-overs series
Australia's premier pacer Mitchell Starc feels the regulation will not have much affect in the limited-overs formats.
During the COVID-19 break, Starc trained with his New South Wales teammates, which, he says, allowed him to return to top physical shape ahead of the much-anticipated home Test series against the Virat Kohli-led India later this year.
Australia pacer Mitchell Starc reaches settlement in insurance fight for missing IPL in 2018 due to injury
Starc has reached a settlement in his fight for an insurance payout of USD 1.53 million for losing his IPL deal with Kolkata Knight Riders due to an injury in 2018.
Left-arm Australian pacer Mitchell Starc doesn't regret giving the IPL a miss this year, saying he is comfortable training for the upcoming summer season.
Pat Cummins on IPL recording-breaking bid: 'Feeling yet to sink in but my life hasn't changed at all'
A lot of cricketers have had changed priorities since the advent of private T20 leagues but Cummins is a chip off the old block who, like India skipper Virat Kohli, values the Test format.
Starc had filed a lawsuit against his insurers in April last year. The insurers, however, had disputed the timing of the injury in second Test at Port Elizabeth.
In a video shared on Hogg's official YouTube page, he named a list of players whom he thought would form an entertaining ODI team. He delved into the statistics of the cricketers from the past 12 months.
The 28-year-old Zampa, who made his first-class debut with NSW in 2012, will be sharing the dressing room with top cricketers such as Nathon Lyon, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc and David Warner
Star batsman Smith, someone who loves shadow batting as much as he loves being in the middle, surprisingly did not pick up a bat for the last two months due to the lockdown.
Starc said he would consider playing in IPL if the tournament is held in October-November in place of the T20 World Cup.
Starc also said that he would welcome the prospect of bowling with pink ball against India in a day-night Test over the home summer.
CA include Marnus Labuschagne in contracted players list of 2020-21 after breakout year; Usman Khawaja dropped
The value of each contract is still uncertain because of the coronavirus pandemic which has forced Cricket Australia to furlough the bulk of its staff.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Australia cricketers Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Starc wonder how Virat Kohli will 'rev up crowd' in empty stadiums
India are set to play a four-match Test series in Australia later this year, but with the COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc, speculation is rife that the games could be held behind closed doors