Australia captain Steve Smith has warned both the West Indies and South Africa that fit-again left-arm seamer Mitchell Starc could prove a handful during next month's tri-nation series in the Caribbean. "Hopefully, some of the South African and West Indies batsmen are a little bit scared at the moment." The 26-year-old Starc has taken 90 wickets from 46 One-Day Internationals and needs just 10 more in six games to become the fastest-ever to 100 wickets.
And nearly 1,000 people watching the video of the race at Steve Smith's celebration of life May 21 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre clapped and whooped, as if watching a live broadcast. When the dust settled at the BMX track, Smith had won 114 of his 165 career races. "I'll ride for you forever, bro," said George Brannigan, his teammate.
Australia captain Steve Smith has warned both the West Indies and South Africa that fit-again left-arm seamer Mitchell Starc could prove a handful during next month's tri-nation series in the Caribbean. The 26-year-old Starc has taken 90 wickets from 46 One-Day Internationals and needs just 10 more in six games to become the fastest-ever to 100 wickets.
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Steve Smith, Australia captain, has voiced his concerns over the day-night Test in Brisbane later this year against Pakistan as he believes the batsmen will find it very hard to play on that surface. Smith opined that the Adelaide Oval was the best place to play a day-night Test. "I think it worked well last year, playing the one Test at Adelaide Oval," Smith said.
Australian skipper Steve Smith has expressed his concern over the way pink ball would behave during the upcoming day-night Test against Pakistan in Brisbane, where the conditions are expected to be humid. The inaugural day-night Test took place between Australia and New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval, which went on to pull record number of crowds and huge television viewership.
Australia captain Steve Smith believes that pace spearhead Mitchell Starc will be at his imposing best on his return in next month's triangular series against West Indies and South Africa in the Caribbean. Reflecting on Starc's impending return, Smith said the left-hander was looking fresh and bowling at good pace while expressing hope that he would have an intimidating effect on the South African and West Indies batsmen in the upcoming series, news.com.au reported.
Mitchell Starc's return will strike fear into the West Indies and South African batsmen in next month's one-day tri-series in the Caribbean, skipper Steve Smith said on Monday. Left-arm paceman Starc, 26, has been out of action since fracturing his foot in last November's historic day-night Test in Adelaide against New Zealand and undergoing ankle surgery.
The band name Sulfur City was suggested by old-school musician and unsung hero Satch Pearson. After that a few players came on board, Ryan Harris, Ben Wardo, Ben Conner, Chris Swayne but it was in the last two years that the sound that is now Sulfur City came about with Sam King on drums, Steve Smith on bass and Keith Breit on keys.
Australia captain Steve Smith says the Adelaide Oval is his preferred Australian venue for day-night Test matches, adding the atmospheric conditions in Brisbane could tilt a pink-ball contest even further in favour of fast bowlers. "It's just a little different with the ball and the humidity that's quite often around in Brisbane," Smith said on Monday ahead of his departure for Australia's Qantas Tour of the West Indies.