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Marnus Labuschagne is a South African-born Australian cricketer who made his debut for Queensland during the 2014–15 Sheffield Shield season. He also plays for the Brisbane Heat. He made his Test debut for the Australian national team in October 2018.
Top-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne reckons Australia now has a "stable" batting lineup and as a result, the upcoming Test series against India would be a great spectacle for everyone involved.
New Delhi, June 22 Australia batsman Marnus Labuschagne turned 26 on Monday and the International Cricket Council (ICC) ...
Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne said that players will need to adapt themselves to any changes that may be brought once cricket starts.
Australia's top-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne has said that players would be required to adapt themselves to any kind of change once the cricketing starts.Currently all sporting action across the world has come to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic and the ICC is thinking about the fate of using saliva/sweat on the cricket ball.As an aftermath of COVID-19, players may very well be asked to refrain from using saliva or sweat on the cricket ball.If they advise us to not use saliva on the ball, then we will follow it.
Australia's top-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne on Monday said that he wants to improve the power-hitting aspect of his game in the limited-overs format.In one-day cricket, an area that I definitely want to continue to get better at is probably that later stages in the innings, the boundary options at the back-end of a one-day game," ESPNCricinfo quoted Labuschagne as saying."By no means do I want to limit myself to those two formats, I definitely have the ambition to play T20 cricket for Australia.
Despite having a great last season, Australia cricketer Marnus Labuschagne believes there remains a number of areas in his game which needs further improvement.In one-day cricket, an area that I definitely want to continue to get better at is probably that later stages in the innings, the boundary options at the back-end of a one-day game," Labuschagne was quoted as saying by ESPNCricinfo.
Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne said 'by no means' he wants to limit himself to Test and ODI format of the game as he expressed ambition to represent the team in the shortest format of the game."By no means do I want to limit myself to those two formats, I definitely have the ambition to play T20 cricket for Australia," International Cricket Council (ICC) quoted Labuschagne as saying.
As the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 is inching closer, Australia cricket's chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns said they have a quite "settled line-up" in the shortest format of the game and are "very close" to finalising the squad.Hohns said he does not want to overburden Labuschagne and wants to focus on the "pretty good" T20 side they already have.We don't want to overburden but there's no reason why a player like that can't play T20 cricket," he said.
Australia assistant coach Andrew McDonald heaped praises on middle-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne and said his growth "into that Test number three position was phenomenal".
Steve Smith slammed a magnificient century as Australia put up 286/9 in 50 overs against India in the third and series-deciding final one day international here on Sunday.