It has become the biggest challenge for Australian cricketers to play and win a series against India, says Australian all-rounder Shane Watson. Sept. 25: Simon Katich’s two Test hundreds in the Caribbean make him the likely candidate to take over the wayward Andrew Symonds’ slot in the starting line-up, but fit-again all-rounder Shane Watson who is on the comeback trail is a tempting prospect.
Watson’s career has been riddled with injuries and despite being on the international scene for six years, he has played only three Tests. Now, having established himself as a one-day and Twenty20 specialist, he wants to translate his success in the shorter formats of the game in the Test arena.
And by the looks of it, he’s all fired up. "What my bowling does give is a bit of impact, especially more so on the fourth and fifth day of a Test when I know I can come in, give it all I’ve got and have a bit of a crack," Watson said here on Thursday. "It definitely will help the team if I do get anRead More »from Symonds’ absence won’t hurt: Watson