A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: I hope to play an all-rounder role in the final Test, says Shane Watson

Watson is hoping that he will not have to trade in his all-rounder status to become a batting specialist

Australia’s Shane Watson has announced that he hopes to play his usual all-rounder role during the final Test against South Africa at Perth after much speculation that he would not be bowling any more in order to cut down on his workload and chances of sustaining another injury.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: There is a limit to how much respect we should show Sachin Tendulkar on the field, says James Anderson

Anderson does not want to see England lose yet another Test series in India

Despite having an immense amount of respect towards iconic Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, England pace bowler James Anderson has warned his team-mates not to show the ‘Little Master’ too much respect when playing against him out in the middle.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Jonny Bairstow hoping to play at least one Test match against India

Bairstow is ready to do whatever it takes to regain his spot on the Test team

With the score level at 1-1 and only two Tests left to play, England batsman Jonny Bairstow has announced that it would mean the world to him if he managed to be included in the national team for at least one of the remaining Tests against India.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Craig McDermott calls on Australian pace attack to stay calm and keep bowling a consistent line and length

McDermott believes Australia’s pace attack will dictate the outcome of the final Test

With the epic final Test match between South Africa and Australia just around the corner, former Australian bowling coach Craig McDermott has called on the national team’s pace attack to keep their cool and try to draw the Proteas batsmen into playing rash shots by bowling a consistent line and length.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Rahul Dravid confident that Mahendra Singh Dhoni should still be captain of the Indian team

Dhoni knows that his captaincy may come to an end in the near future

India batting legend Rahul Dravid is confident that current captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is still fit to lead the national team, despite calls for him to be replaced after having being humiliated by England and Australia late last year.

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