Sydney, Aug 20 (ANI): Australian vice-captain Brad Haddin has said that he wants to feature in the next World Cup in Australia as a player as the wicketkeeper draws closer to the record of most catches in a series held by legendary glove man Rod Marsh.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Haddin would be past his 37th birthday by the time the World Cup starts but is keen to have a go, adding that he still had a lot of cricket left in him.
Haddin's international career looked to be as good as over 16 months ago when he returned home from the Caribbean for family reasons, and with Matthew Wade scoring a hundred in his first Test series, was replaced by the Victoria 'keeper in a third format, the report said.
Clarke's side will be the first Australian team to lose four matches in England in a series if they are beaten again at the Oval, the report added. (ANI)