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Australia A Tour to England 2019.

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 Aus. A four-day squad: Tim Paine (c) (Tasmania), Marcus Harris (Victoria), Kurtis Patterson (New South Wales), Will Pucovski (Victoria), Travis Head (vc) (South Australia), Peter Handscomb (Victoria), Matthew Wade (Tasmania), Mitch Marsh (Western Australia), Michael Neser (Queensland), Jon Holland (Victoria), James Pattinson (Victoria), Jackson Bird (Tasmania), Josh Hazlewood (vc) (New South Wales), Chris Tremain (Victoria).

 

 Aus. A men’s one-day squad: Travis Head (c) (South Australia), Matthew Wade (Tasmania), Will Pucovski (Victoria), Peter Handscomb (Victoria), Ashton Turner (Western Australia), Mitch Marsh (vc) (Western Australia), D’Arcy Short (Western Australia), Kurtis Patterson (New South Wales), Ashton Agar (Western Australia), Michael Neser (Queensland), James Pattinson (Victoria), Josh Hazlewood (vc) (New South Wales), Kane Richardson (South Australia), Sean Abbott (New South Wales).

 

June 20: Australia A v Northamptonshire (50-over)

June 23: Australia A v Derbyshire (50-over)

June 25: Australia A v Worcestershire (50-over)

June 30: Aus A v Gloucestershire (50-over)

July 2: Aus A v Gloucestershire (50-over)

July 7-10 Aus A v Sussex, Arundel (FC)

July 14-17: Australia A v England Lions, Canterbury (FC)

July 23-26: Australia v Australia A, Rose Bowl (FC)

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With Kane Richardson going well in the WC who will replace him in the A one dayers? 

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The Australia A squad  has arrived in the Old Dart and is training at Loughborough University ahead of the opening match of their UK tour, against Northamptonshire on Thursday

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The much anticipated all Aussie clash gets underway tonite at the Rose Bowl, Southampton.

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Aussies bowlers  are all over the Aussie batters at the moment.

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2 hours ago, Tony ray said:

Aussies bowlers  are all over the Aussie batters at the moment.

This is NOT a good sign.  The weakness on previous tours has been the inability of the Australian batsmen to be able to play the swinging ball.  Technique in many is sadly lacking as we saw in the one-day semi-final v England.

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