Amla is known to be one of the most calmest batsmen in the game today
South Africa batsman Hashim Amla has branded Australia’s attempts to unsettle him over the first two Test matches as “quite humorous” after they tried to get under his skin by bowling short-pitched deliveries and having a more aggressive attitude.
Ashwin is still yet to produce any real evidence that he has developed a new mystery ball
Before the start of the Test series against England, India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin claimed to have developed a new mystery ball that would completely bamboozle all of the batsmen on the opposing team.
Botha wants to see what the Australians are really made of throughout the last two Test matches
Former South Africa spin bowler Johan Botha has called on Australia to put their trash talking plans into action over the last two Test matches against the Proteas if they don’t want to end up looking like “losers”.
Wade is looking forward to putting his plans into action during the last two Test matches
Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade has announced that he is willing to do whatever it takes to help the national team regain their number one Test team ranking.
Australia’s plan to use verbal aggression against Amla is set to cause the biggest stir
According to Australia’s game plan dossier, which was published in News Ltd newspapers, they are looking to unsettle South Africa batsman Hashim Amla with verbal and “psychological” warfare.
Warner has caused South Africa a lot of problems in the past
South Africa speed demon Dale Steyn has acknowledged the amount of damage Australia openers David Warner and Ed Cowan are capable of inflicting upon the national team throughout the three-Test series.
Watson believes Australia must let their on-field performance do the talking
With the number one Test team ranking on the line in the upcoming series between Australia and South Africa, many people would expect both sides to start playing mind games to unsettle one another, but Australian all-rounder Shane Watson believes that this will not help his team beat the red-hot Proteas.
Smith wants South Africa to concentrate on retaining their world number one Test ranking
South Africa Test captain Graeme Smith has announced that his team are ready to take on all “unique challenges” that await them during their three-Test series against Australia.