Melbourne, Jan 20 ANI | 6 months ago

Western Australia spinner Michael Beer, who was earmarked to travel to India with the Australian Test squad before injury struck, is adamant that he can play Test cricket again despite a bad domestic season.


Beer, 29, said he has no plans to move interstate after being dropped by WA and the Perth Scorchers.

He said he is bowling as well as ever, and conceded he was not expecting his axing from both the four-day and Twenty20 teams, after becoming an integral part of both sides since moving to WA from Melbourne before the 2010/11 season.

The left-arm finger spinner remains hopeful of adding to his two Test matches, having made his debut against England in January 2011 after just a handful of Shield outings and earning another cap against the West Indies in 2012, News.com.au reports.

(Posted on 21-01-2014)