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Sept. 1, 2012, 12:05 p.m.  jahedahmed created a blog: Openers and Starc worry Australia and gained 5 points     View

Openers and Starc worry Australia

Posted by jahedahmed on on Sept. 1, 2012, 12:05 p.m.  

A malfunctioning top order and an injury to Mitchell Starc are Australia's major worries after a hefty defeat to Pakistan in the second ODI in Abu Dhabi. Matthew Wade was dismissed cheaply and David Warner scratched around ineffectually as the tourists slipped to 87 for 4, having been 67 for 4 in the first match of the series in Sharjah. Starc complained of a side/chest injury when Australia were in the field, and is now an unlikely starter for the series-deciding match in Sharjah. His absence would likely mean an ODI debut for Alister McDermott David Warner falls LBW to Saeed Ajmal, Pakistan v Australia, 2nd ODI, Abu Dhabi, August 31, 2012 David Warner looked out of sorts in Abu Dhabi © AFP Enlarge Related Links Report : Jamshed and Ajmal help Pakistan level series Players/Officials: Michael Clarke | Mitchell Starc | Matthew Wade | David Warner Matches: Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi Series/Tournaments: Australia tour of United Arab Emirates Teams: Australia | Pakistan A malfunctioning top order and an injury to Mitchell Starc are Australia's major worries after a hefty defeat to Pakistan in the second ODI in Abu Dhabi. Matthew Wade was dismissed cheaply and David Warner scratched around ineffectually as the tourists slipped to 87 for 4, having been 67 for 4 in the first match of the series in Sharjah. Starc complained of a side/chest injury when Australia were in the field, and is now an unlikely starter for the series-deciding match in Sharjah. His absence would likely mean an ODI debut for Alister McDermott. Irrespective of who bowls for Australia in the final match, they will be hoping to be given a greater start by Wade and Warner, though the captain Michael Clarke also put himself in line for blame after making a trio of starts in three matches in the UAE without once going on to a century.

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