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Monday, September 10, 2018

Shane Watson On Usman Khwaja

"Australia should pick and stick with Usman Khawaja" – Shane Watson
Shane Watson Interview

Shane Watson needs Australia's selectors to give players, beginning with Usman Khawaja, a more drawn out keep running in the Test playing XI. 

With Steve Smith and David Warner amidst their year bans and Cameron Bancroft out till in any event the end the year, Australia have a shortage of senior batsmen to pick from. 


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Khawaja is one of them, alongside Shaun Marsh, and he is probably going to be picked in the side for the two-Test arrangement against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates in October, given the incredible frame he has shown in Australia A's voyage through India. He scored a 101* against India B in a List A match, and afterward lined it up with a 127 in the initial four-day amusement against India A. 

Watson, be that as it may, said it wasn't sufficient to simply pick Khawaja, yet stay with him amid the lean stages. "I trust Uzzie gets a great run," Watson told cricket.com.au. "He's one of our reality class batsmen, over all arrangements. 

"He simply needs have the certainty imparted in him by the selectors and by the training staff, to give him a chance to play with the flexibility he does when he's getting it done. We don't have a considerable measure of world-class batsmen right now around Australian cricket and he's totally one. 


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"Be that as it may, when he's not getting chosen constantly, he's stressed over falling flat. At that point you can see him going into his shell and that is not when he's taking care of business. When he is taking care of business he's outstanding amongst other ones we have. 

"The greatest test, rationally, isn't giving that a chance to invade when you're playing getting it done. Since when you're playing taking care of business, you're not considering expecting to score runs, you're contemplating how and where I am will score my runs. 

"That is the place they have to return to in Australian cricket. Give them the certainty that they have time, they can play their common amusement, not play somebody in one Test match and after that drop them." 

Dropping a player after several poor exhibitions, Watson stated, influences the entire group, including the new player coming in. "It's not simply the player that gets dropped," he said. "Alternate players around then go 'in the event that they can drop him that speedy, I better score runs'. And after that the individual coming in would think 'on the off chance that I don't score keeps running in this first diversion, at that point I may be out too'." 

The principal Test against Pakistan will start on 7 October. The sides will likewise play three Twenty20 Internationals after the second Test, which starts on 16 October.

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