Lehman wants Aussies to fix batting woes before Proteas series

Sydney, Jan 6 : Australia's coach Darren Lehmann wants to fix his team's batting woes before taking on World No.1 Test team South Africa.

He admitted that Dale Steyn led South African pace attack can jeopardize their chances if Australia fails to rectify their first innings collapses.

Australian selectors may consider altering the batting order and dropping George Bailey for the three-Test tour, starting February 12.

According to, Shane Watson could be dropped back down the order to No.6 after performing inconsistently at No.3 this Ashes series.

--ANI (Posted on 06-01-2014)

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