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January 28, 2014
After a formidible summer so far, Australia go into the upcoming Twenty20 Internationals looking to make it a hat-trick of successes over England.
A dominant 5-0 Ashes whitewash was soon followed by a 4-1 triumph in the One-Day International series, meaning this series gives the Australians another chance to assert their authority over their visitors.
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Despite going into the Twenty20s brimming with confidence, Australia do have a bit of an injury crisis to deal with. Shaun Marsh (calf problem) and Jackson Bird (jarred back) were already doubts, before James Faulkner’s injured his knee – meaning he will now miss all three games.
With regards to Faulkner’s injury, a statement from Cricket Australia said: “We are hopeful he will recover in time to take part in the ICC World Twenty20 in March.”
Meanwhile, after what can only be described as a humiliating series for his side, England’s T20 captain Stuart Broad is still tipping his side to get something out of their time in Australia.
Broad told ESPN: “”We’ve got some unbelievable strikers in our side… it’s a pretty scary batting line up.
“If we can lay a platform with the likes of (Michael) Lumb, (Alex) Hales (and Luke) Wright – and see how they strike a ball – then you’ve got Morgan and Buttler coming in.
“I’d imagine the three games are going to be pretty exciting to watch and, hopefully, we can let our skills to do the talking because – if we do – I think there’ll be some high scores.”