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December 10, 2013
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Australia have comfortably beaten England twice already and have won nearly every key battle with bat and ball, leaving England captain Alistair Cook with a host of questions that he has no answers to.
Meanwhile, Australia captain Michael Clarke has had a dream series so far and looks to have rediscovered his best form at the perfect time. With a knock of 148 in last week’s first innings, he has every chance of surpassing the 150 mark needed for Luxbet to pay out a host of free bets.
With England totally clueless as to how to stop the Australian onslaught, former England captain Alec Stewart has suggested Cook makes a “Huge call” and drops spinner Graham Swann.
He wrote in an article for BBC Sport: “So far in this series, Australia’s tactic of taking on the England off-spinner has been very successful, with Swann claiming just four wickets at an average of 99.
“At a venue like Perth, where spinners have traditionally struggled to make a major impact, England may be better served by going with a fourth seamer and relying on Joe Root and Kevin Pietersen to provide the part-time slow-bowling options.”
By only fielding a “Part-time” fifth bowler, there’s every chance that decision could play right into the hands of Clarke and the rest of the Australian batsmen.