Following a heavy workload concerning International and domestic cricket, Cricket Australia adopted a rotation policy to keep their players fit. However, this move hasn’t allowed them to play their top strength team as few key pacers have been rested in both the games of the ongoing series.
This plan has been recently criticized by former Australian batsman Michael Hussey who urged Australia to discard the policy of rotating players for the upcoming games of the Ashes series. Reflecting on the ongoing Test tussle between the two-arch rivals, the cricketer turned analyst believes that rotation policy isn’t helping Australia to play their best bunch.
Hussey spoke about Australia needing one more Test victory to retain the urn, hinting towards the possibility of a 2-2 drawn series. For this reason, the Western Australia born advised the coaching panel to play their best possible team in the third game commencing form August 22 at Leeds. It would be interesting to see Australia’s plans for the forthcoming games of the high-voltage series.