Merv Hughes slams Oz's 'inconsistent' selection pattern

London, Aug 21 : Former Australian cricketer and selector Merv Hughes has said that the national team needs to stop rotating batsmen and some of the bowlers, and should rely on a young emerging side.

According to the Mirror, Hughes expressed that there is no stability with the players moving up and down the order and the team needs to get a settled batting line-up.

The former cricketer said that he was excited by the prospects of Australian batting in the form of Smith, Warner, Khawaja and Hughes, who have ten years in front of the,

He said that the players just needed some game-time and urged the selectors to stick with the promising players.

--ANI (Posted on 21-08-2013)

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