Tendulkar wants more opportunities for minnows after Scotland win

13 Juin, 2018, 14:12 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Scotland were the ones celebrating on Sunday

The 2019 World Cup hosts have just a few days to recover from a stunning one-day global defeat before they face title-holders Australia in the first of a five-match series at The Oval on Wednesday.

The Tasmanian was pondering retirement less than three years ago and now finds himself at the helm for a five-match series in England.

"We want more games". The Australian team will miss the service of Steven Smith, David Warner due to ban.

It will also be Justin Langer's first assignment as coach of Australia.

Morgan has agreed to the request, but the practice will only happen for Wednesday's opening encounter of the five-match series.

"I'm absolutely happy with that, it doesn't bother me", said Morgan.

"We want more games".

"We showed we were capable of this past year against Sri Lanka and then to take the step up to beat a full England side, no 1 ranked in the world, is a massive statement from Scottish cricket".

Australia know they must build bridges across the cricketing world in order to fix reputations and trust.

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Former captain Adam Gilchrist has insisted it would be "business as usual" for Australia on the sledging front as soon as they come under pressure.

They said the major event needed higher level of competitiveness and hence the teams ranked No. 9 and below will have to play the qualifiers.

And few in the line-up can now boast the confidence of the wicketkeeper, reinstated into the Test team for last month's Pakistan series after an eye-catching period in the IPL. We'll be judged exclusively on our actions going forward.

"If the ICC and other global teams look at this game they will see we are not an add on". If you look at it in that, it probably could be ammunition.

"We're lucky in England where we spend a lot of time on the bus together, so it is about making the most of those 40-minute drives every morning". Twenty further runs in the final two overs took Pakistan past the 200-run mark, leaving Scotland with too much to chase.

Morgan said his players must learn from that embarrassing result in Edinburgh when they face Australia. "It was a good game to watch".

Coming to the second innings, England looked in top notch as their openers stitched a 129-run partnership before Jason Roy got out for 32 runs.

Even the man himself knows that a confident Buttler is a good Buttler.

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