Veteran Australian fast bowler, Peter Siddle gives Australia a gentle reminder that he is still in the circuit and available for the selection. The fast-bowler played the opening 2 Test matches of the Ashes but then was dropped from the side making way for Josh Hazlewood.
"I can still cut the mustard. I am still loving my cricket and playing internationally. You see the benefit of (fast-bowling rotation) from a team point of view players have come in fresh and been able to perform straight away”, Siddle added.
The right-arm fast bowler has played 66 Test matches for Australia so far in which he has taken 219 wickets at an average of 30.42. The Victorian fast bowler feels that he still has a lot of cricket left in him and Australia might consider him for the upcoming Test series.