Glenn McGrath said – “I want our players and especially our bowlers working at 95 per cent or more”

Glenn McGrath said – “I want our players and especially our bowlers working at 95 per cent or more”. Due to a lower net run rate at home, Australia was eliminated from the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.

Despite the fact that contemporary fast bowlers like Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and Mitchell Starc. Are capable of bowling in all formats. According to Australian speed icon Glenn McGrath, it is necessary for them to be give lengthier rests.

According to reports, Cricket Australia is contemplating. Whether the pace three should be employed in all forms following a poor showing. In the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 at home, with the T20 World Cup 2024 in mind.

Australia’s attempt to defend its championship was cut short at the Super 12 stage when they were force to leave the competition owing to a subpar net run rate.

Australia’s season change following their 89-run defeat to Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand because they were never able to revive their net run rate.

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“The bowlers have adapted” – Glenn McGrath said

“Josh Hazlewood is one of the world’s best T20 bowlers. He has shown that in the past with the way he has gone about it. Pat Cummins can adapt just because of the areas he bowls. Starcy’s (Mitchell Starc) a match winner when he gets it right. He (Starc) is as good as anyone in the world. I have no issues there with our bowling attack,”

He said.

“Resting bowlers throughout a season from a game here to a game there, that was my biggest risk of getting injured,” McGrath said. “That’s a band-aid solution. I want our players and especially our bowlers working at 95 per cent or more,”

He added.

The IPL mini auction 2022, scheduled for December 23 in Kochi, will not include Mitchell Starc, the reigning pace king of Australia.

Pat Cummins, the Australian ODI and Test skipper, was release by Kolkata Knight Riders earlier after he request it in order to focus on his country’s obligations, which include the 2023 50-over World Cup and the Ashes series in England in June-July next year.

When the Australian team visits India for a four-match Test series in February 2023, the pace three should perform admirably.

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