Australian Cricket Dream Team: Filling the Roster with Specialists

Australian cricket has a talent problem. That doesn’t sound possible, with a balance of plenty and a fear of recreational cricket, yet here we sit, confused over how to best use the crops. If you think of specialist crews in the national cricket side for educative purposes, just thinking for just a moment, what would the teams appear like? Taylor remains in the line-up, Border is involved, and when the word test comes knocking, the memories of these players will come up.
All through the sentence, a picture of the former side goes through the script. Eyeing these 3 players and in walk Cummins, Starc and Hazlewood, with Warner and Head not far behind. Behind these are some two-formats players like Labuschagne, Zampa, and Maxwell who seem to be left out though deserving. It’s time to let the cream rise to the top..TabControlHeading1CaliforniaTabControlHeading1California Though Warner fits it all, Bancroft looks like the best fit for the no 1 spot after doing well in the Sheffield program. Labuschagne has had a good run in tests as have Smith and Head. Aaron Hardie has been slow but consistent for WA. Green has been impressive and consistent and Neser has shown growth. As for ODI, Labuschagne shows a lot of promise and Zampa has transitioned effortlessly from ODI to T20. As for T20, Carey creates a dynamic team. Maxwell and Head are key players. Richatson’s all-round capabilities would be very handy on the international stage. All up, there’s a stacked selection list so once the selectors stop going back to the same set of players, the team will flourish.