Cricket News In Brief – Part 2 – January 9, 2012

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Cricket News In Brief – Part 2 – January 9, 2012
Australian middle-order batsman, will be determined to bounce back in the third Test match at Perth.
The hosts currently have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four match Test series after winning the opening two Test match by convincing margins. With the Australian media talking about a 4-0 clean sweep, Hussey said that such talks are premature a as his
side is focus on just winning the third Test, which will start on January 13th.
"We start nil-all again here in Perth. We haven't thought about those results too much, but we're confident. We're playing a good brand of cricket at the moment. We've just got to keep improving a little bit from every game."
The BCCI selection committee meets on January 15th to name a 16-men squad to face in the limited over contest.

 The squad will most likely see the return of, after the player made himself available following a recovery from a lung infection.
The other player expected to make the cut will be left-hander
The Men In Blue will battle the hosts in two T20s, which will be followed by a tri-nation series involving as well.
Australian under fire wicket-keeper, admitted that his confidence has struck a blow following a lacklustre performance behind the stumps against India, but is hopeful to return strongly in the third Test at Perth.

Apart from his poor run with the bat, the veteran keeper had an appalling time with the gloves as well, dropping crucial catches – most notably of (SCG) in the opening two Test matches of their contest against the
Men In Blue.
Braddin wants to put the disappointment behind him by performing well in the next two encounters of the series.
It's obviously disappointing to miss chances," Haddin said. “It obviously dents your confidence a bit but from my point of view it happens in cricket, you've got to get back on the and show what sort of person you are and keep throwing punches.”



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