The Ashes 2010-11 October 23, 2010

Paine doesn't keep Haddin up at night

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The wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is not worried about his international place despite the impressive claims made by Tim Paine during the incumbent's absence. Haddin has returned to state action following a long-standing elbow problem that forced him to miss the Test series against Pakistan and India.

The time out gave Paine four games in the baggy green and he excelled with his glovework and batting, including registering two composed half-centuries. However, Haddin remains the selectors' first choice for the Ashes and he said he hadn't been thinking about his rival.

"All I've worried about is I'm available to play," he told AAP. "I've spent that long out of the game, no one has really crossed my thought process, it's just been about making sure I can get back and play cricket. Everyone has an opinion and that's never going to change and I'm not worried about anything else."

Rod Marsh, the former world record-holding gloveman, felt Paine had moved ahead of Haddin, but it would be a shock if Andrew Hilditch's panel went for the younger man against England. "I'm not one of those people who sit awake at night hoping someone nicks it or doesn't get runs," Haddin said. "I spent all my career behind [Adam Gilchrist] so those sorts of things haven't crossed my thoughts. I'm not worried about who's going well or who's not."

Haddin's comments came as Greg Chappell, Australia's newest selector, said it would soon be time to look to the future. "It is no secret that we have an ageing batting order and that is something we need to address," Chappell said. "And if you look at the batting, that's an area we have fallen down a couple of times over the last few years.

"Teams have always needed balance, genuine pace bowling works well in any era, aggressive spin bowling and aggressive batting also, but you've still got the need for the workmanlike players to hold things together, so it's getting that right balance. I think we've got enough flair players in the batting, Ricky Ponting scores his runs quickly, Michael Clarke makes his runs at a good pace when he's going, so we need to get the balance and the combinations right."

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  • crikkfan on October 26, 2010, 19:56 GMT

    Niaz Ali Khan sure it's your own analysis and I feel sorry for you! A spinning pitch is not a dead pitch by the way - dead pitches result in draws and that does no team any favor with the rankings. When were the top players ducking and weaving in England? - the last time India went there and humbled England 1-0 in their home, thats when? India is #1 now no doubt - but not the undisputed leaders like Steve Waugh's Aus or 80s WI were and that's fair enough - until they win a 'series in SA or Aus they will not have the respect of everyone. Mind you that they have won tests there already whereas teams like Pak and SL haven't. It just means that the other teams aren't better than them! (Eng is #4 - let them come up to #2 first, SL havent done anything outside of their country, SA - what about winning Aus in their home first? and enough is said about Aus already) But that doesn't mean India can be discounted , it is just that the race is tighter which always makes for more exciting cricket!

  • Proteas123 on October 26, 2010, 11:01 GMT

    Think Aus will do well with Haddin or Pain, depending on what they are looking for. Pain looks a good long term option though. @ Peter Bryant - Agreed, SA and Eng are probably the best teams but with Aus close behind. India are the strongest in India only. Lets see how India go in SA and if they win then we can start to look at India as the top team but not until then. The rankings are definitely not credible.

  • on October 25, 2010, 0:30 GMT

    well well welll ... Indian players cant bat brilliantly on pace tracks as they do on slow tracks .. but still they are at par to any batsman in current England batting line up on any track ..if England batsmen are so good on pace tracks y cant they score a triple hundred on those tracks when sehwag can score them on spin tracks.. yes .. england looks like a stronger team for this ashes as they got well balanced spin & pace attack .. and very good lower order batsmen like morgan ...

    it would be interesting to see how aussies will come back to ashes after the fresh humiliation in india

  • MartoAus on October 24, 2010, 22:55 GMT

    Haddin is rubbish. If he played for any other state he would not get a look-in. Paine is a better 'keeper and batsman, Haddin is an irresponsible poor-man's Gilchrist. I would also have Matthew Wade ahead of Haddin. Everyone is sick and tired of this NSW selection bias.

  • on October 24, 2010, 17:03 GMT

    @Peter,i am ompletely agree with you.In my point of view,England at the present is much better team than Australia and way way superior than India.If you see the latest record,Eng won Ashes,T20 world cup,successive series.They have top quality spin in the form of Swann,great bating line up, Morgan,Strasuss, Collingwood,aggressive pace attack in the form of Broad,Finn,Anderson. Aus is struggling,but still a good side. Talking about India,well,i don,t consider them in the race.They were kicked out from two consecetive t20 world cups in the first stage.They haven,t proved theirselves outside India. They can play only on sub continent dead pitches.You didn,t look their top players looking auckward and ugly while playing the bouncers in Eng etc. Its my own analysis so if any body disgree,i feel sorry for them

  • Icyman on October 24, 2010, 16:48 GMT

    I never liked Haddin much. Paine should take his place as he has excelled behind the stumps and it would be a 'very biased' selection indeed should Haddin get the nod over Paine. Let Haddin play some domestic games and then wrest his place back. At present, I do not find anything wrong about Paine's glovework.

  • ABdareVinniers on October 24, 2010, 12:40 GMT

    Tim Paine should be keeping him up at night. I'd say Paine is definitely the better batsman of the 2. As for keeping, I'd say they are neck and neck.

  • jazzaaaaaaaa on October 24, 2010, 12:37 GMT

    Personally I think Wade is better then both Paine and Haddin. A better keeper then both of them and as far as batting goes, he scores more freely then Paine yet he is still more technically solid in defence then Haddin. Not only that, but he scores runs at crucial times like in the Shield final last season and just last night he scored at century off about 80 balls when Victoria were 5/90 odd in the ODD cup.

  • on October 24, 2010, 8:58 GMT

    replying to peter. if our team only performs in india then your team only performs in england. forgot how india beat u in ur own backyard test series in 07(last time we toured england for a test series) forgot how u were thrashed 5-0 in odis and 1-0 in tests last time u toured india? forgot the ashes 5-0? beating teams like bangladesh,pakistan in your own country should not make you proud. Lets see what your team does in AUS.

  • on October 24, 2010, 8:57 GMT

    @peter bryant

    did u forget 6-0 drubbing vs India or six sixes.I can put forward the same ques y ur batsmen dont score in spinner friendly track like in India.We can beat u any time.Whe have a much better bench strength than u.........And most important u can never become no1 in the world

  • crikkfan on October 26, 2010, 19:56 GMT

    Niaz Ali Khan sure it's your own analysis and I feel sorry for you! A spinning pitch is not a dead pitch by the way - dead pitches result in draws and that does no team any favor with the rankings. When were the top players ducking and weaving in England? - the last time India went there and humbled England 1-0 in their home, thats when? India is #1 now no doubt - but not the undisputed leaders like Steve Waugh's Aus or 80s WI were and that's fair enough - until they win a 'series in SA or Aus they will not have the respect of everyone. Mind you that they have won tests there already whereas teams like Pak and SL haven't. It just means that the other teams aren't better than them! (Eng is #4 - let them come up to #2 first, SL havent done anything outside of their country, SA - what about winning Aus in their home first? and enough is said about Aus already) But that doesn't mean India can be discounted , it is just that the race is tighter which always makes for more exciting cricket!

  • Proteas123 on October 26, 2010, 11:01 GMT

    Think Aus will do well with Haddin or Pain, depending on what they are looking for. Pain looks a good long term option though. @ Peter Bryant - Agreed, SA and Eng are probably the best teams but with Aus close behind. India are the strongest in India only. Lets see how India go in SA and if they win then we can start to look at India as the top team but not until then. The rankings are definitely not credible.

  • on October 25, 2010, 0:30 GMT

    well well welll ... Indian players cant bat brilliantly on pace tracks as they do on slow tracks .. but still they are at par to any batsman in current England batting line up on any track ..if England batsmen are so good on pace tracks y cant they score a triple hundred on those tracks when sehwag can score them on spin tracks.. yes .. england looks like a stronger team for this ashes as they got well balanced spin & pace attack .. and very good lower order batsmen like morgan ...

    it would be interesting to see how aussies will come back to ashes after the fresh humiliation in india

  • MartoAus on October 24, 2010, 22:55 GMT

    Haddin is rubbish. If he played for any other state he would not get a look-in. Paine is a better 'keeper and batsman, Haddin is an irresponsible poor-man's Gilchrist. I would also have Matthew Wade ahead of Haddin. Everyone is sick and tired of this NSW selection bias.

  • on October 24, 2010, 17:03 GMT

    @Peter,i am ompletely agree with you.In my point of view,England at the present is much better team than Australia and way way superior than India.If you see the latest record,Eng won Ashes,T20 world cup,successive series.They have top quality spin in the form of Swann,great bating line up, Morgan,Strasuss, Collingwood,aggressive pace attack in the form of Broad,Finn,Anderson. Aus is struggling,but still a good side. Talking about India,well,i don,t consider them in the race.They were kicked out from two consecetive t20 world cups in the first stage.They haven,t proved theirselves outside India. They can play only on sub continent dead pitches.You didn,t look their top players looking auckward and ugly while playing the bouncers in Eng etc. Its my own analysis so if any body disgree,i feel sorry for them

  • Icyman on October 24, 2010, 16:48 GMT

    I never liked Haddin much. Paine should take his place as he has excelled behind the stumps and it would be a 'very biased' selection indeed should Haddin get the nod over Paine. Let Haddin play some domestic games and then wrest his place back. At present, I do not find anything wrong about Paine's glovework.

  • ABdareVinniers on October 24, 2010, 12:40 GMT

    Tim Paine should be keeping him up at night. I'd say Paine is definitely the better batsman of the 2. As for keeping, I'd say they are neck and neck.

  • jazzaaaaaaaa on October 24, 2010, 12:37 GMT

    Personally I think Wade is better then both Paine and Haddin. A better keeper then both of them and as far as batting goes, he scores more freely then Paine yet he is still more technically solid in defence then Haddin. Not only that, but he scores runs at crucial times like in the Shield final last season and just last night he scored at century off about 80 balls when Victoria were 5/90 odd in the ODD cup.

  • on October 24, 2010, 8:58 GMT

    replying to peter. if our team only performs in india then your team only performs in england. forgot how india beat u in ur own backyard test series in 07(last time we toured england for a test series) forgot how u were thrashed 5-0 in odis and 1-0 in tests last time u toured india? forgot the ashes 5-0? beating teams like bangladesh,pakistan in your own country should not make you proud. Lets see what your team does in AUS.

  • on October 24, 2010, 8:57 GMT

    @peter bryant

    did u forget 6-0 drubbing vs India or six sixes.I can put forward the same ques y ur batsmen dont score in spinner friendly track like in India.We can beat u any time.Whe have a much better bench strength than u.........And most important u can never become no1 in the world

  • Okakaboka on October 24, 2010, 7:52 GMT

    Yep......Haddin's keeping was incredible last summer.....so incredible it was amazing he kept his place in the team. Seriously...he was bad....like mega bad....Byes galore. Even North might make a few runs if Haddin was keeping.....that's of course if the bowlers couldn't bowl at the stumps or Haddin didn't deflect the ball away from the stumps by sticking his big iron gloves in the way. Okay...Okay...I'm being mean...a bit...but why should he just walk straight back into the team? Do you you think Peter Siddle will walk straight back in if all are fit...I don't think so!

  • sabee66 on October 24, 2010, 4:50 GMT

    if Australia wants to win Ashes, they have to give rest to NATHAN HAURITZ, he is hopeless spinner, he got smashed against Australia, just bcoz he got wickets against Pak, coz of fixing, their own fights but Pommies will not forgive him plz CA take Steevie IN

  • on October 24, 2010, 3:33 GMT

    Wicketkeepers should be chosen for wicketkeeping ability alone (batting ability is a bonus).

  • on October 24, 2010, 2:51 GMT

    So Mr Venugopal the english are dreadful players of spin are we.We would have to be for a non entity who doesnt spin the ball,to get lots of wickets.Im sick and tired of the jealousy shown towards england (usually by indian supporters).Lets get things straight ,England have fluked their way to 5 test series wins and a very good shared series away to the best side in the world namely South Africa despite what the meaningless icc rankings say.Also since being thrashed 6-1 last year in the ODI series by australia ,we have reached the champions trophy semis,and then won 5 succesive series.Oh yes and we won the world T20.Come back about englands trouble with spin when your own batsmen can handle pace and bounce.Lets face it Tendulkar and Dravid apart your batsmen bottle it on pacy bowling tracks.Its funny how these triple hundreds by sub-continental batsmen never seem to happen outside your own backyard.I could make runs on those apologies for wickets your lot lay on

  • Screen1990 on October 24, 2010, 2:06 GMT

    haddin is always better than paine and he deserves ashes spot :)

  • silly_mid_on on October 24, 2010, 0:40 GMT

    Pick the best keeper, regardless of batting.

  • Talubar on October 23, 2010, 23:50 GMT

    Hard to figure why Hartley is only ranked 4 or 5 in Australia, his numbers say he's a superior keeper and at least as good a batsman as the rest. Maybe he should trade his maroon cap for a blue baggy.

  • on October 23, 2010, 22:09 GMT

    Haddin's keeping was incredible last summer.

  • BlueyCollar on October 23, 2010, 21:10 GMT

    Wade or Paine? Looks the next Australian keeper is going to be a Tasmanian. Has been interesting to see these two over their short careers. Paine was preferred keeper to Wade for Tasmania, probably due to his batting, resulting in Wade to Victoria where he has cemented his place and is producing some great efforts. Paine represented Australia first and hasn't done much wrong. I wonder how it will play out in the end? Will Wade be the bridesmaid forever or will it be a case of the tortoise and the hare.

  • on October 23, 2010, 20:36 GMT

    The only area where the aussie selectors can find a replacement in this side is North and it definitely is not a crime to play both Haddin and Paine on the same side. Paine scored more than the regulars in India and he deserves a place in this side purely as a batsman at least. Katich and Clarke can fill in for second spinner. Hauritz will definitely get buckets of wickets against the Poms since they are dreadful players of spin anyways. Hussey is a class act and the only reason he did not perform in India is because of the champions league. So forgive this team for not beating India in India since only one australian side has won a series only once in India in the 21st century. I agree that AUS is definitely better than SL since they drew to India at home while AUS had the perfect series against Pakistan and WI at home. This side may not yet become the all conquering team of the previous years but keep in mind that even this team has not lost a series at home. ALL THE VERY BEST.

  • Gevelsis on October 23, 2010, 18:15 GMT

    @ Fred Rohrbach: You're right, we are all idoits.

  • BazzyKhan on October 23, 2010, 16:22 GMT

    @Gilly4ever.....are you mad? Haddin and Paine are excellent keepers in their own right. I've seen neither of them drop an easy catch. Maybe you should stop living in the past, as your name suggests, and appreciate the quality of the two players that Australia has currently. And Australia has already made the mistake of not making playing atleast one spinner, note on Oval Test of Ashes 2009. Genius.

  • Ozcricketwriter on October 23, 2010, 13:35 GMT

    Neither Haddin nor Paine should be playing. We should be going in with proper keepers, like Wade or Hartley. It is one thing to go for the keeper/batsmen for T20Is and maybe even ODIs but surely not for tests. I don't care which of Haddin or Paine plays, I won't support either of them. Until the selectors can figure out that having a poor keeper hurts all of the fielding and the entire team, we won't improve. There are some fundamental problems in the selecting, and this is one of the biggest of them. Another big one is insisting on playing a spinner for the sake of a spinner, even when the top 20 bowlers in the country are all fast bowlers and the pitch isn't accommodating spin, or, as happened in India, the opposition are great against spin. Just some fundamental selections that are obvious to all and sundry, but not obvious, apparently, to the Australian selectors.

  • Okakaboka on October 23, 2010, 13:00 GMT

    A number of you have got to be joking! Haddin is an absolute 'Irongloves' behing the stumps. I've never seen an Australian keeper let so many byes go....and missed catches. Yeah, he is a slightly better bat than Paine but Paine is worth 1 wicket and 10 byes per test behind the stumps. Wade is the best option...younger than both...just as good a keeper as Paine but a much better batsman. Haddin overall is probably the worst keeper playing state cricket. Who's worse? Manou - No! Ronchi? - No!.......Who's left??? Come on selectors.....Paine or Wade....both young...both talented....but given the dodgy nature of the batting line-up...especially if they are going to persist with 'snicker' North...then Wade should play!!!

  • on October 23, 2010, 12:57 GMT

    everyone is so wise when we are number 5. Who cares. india are the better side, aus are a good side. Aus will beat eng at home here and all the armchair experts will shut up (eng no pace bowlers, no dilley, no gough etc, ). IND are just playing at the level they always have; without warne and mcgrath of COURSE they will triumph. Ratings are skewed, ausare really number three (SL dont win away from home)

    SHUT up everyone and let agood side (aus) rebuild. Some youth , yes. ..but if we had a young policy in 2002 we wouldnt have had our peak

    idoits. Tendulkar, border , and more play(ed) very well at 35 wheres the surprise? a great side (aus) has become a good one that is doin ok.

    wake up get a life its no crime to not be able to live up to gilchrist warne era DOMINATING success is not our birthright it was a privelege

    Put too many good kids in and you have 1985 all over again. we arent far from that. One replacement at a time. Give hussey 5 tests v eng and you will allshutup

  • on October 23, 2010, 12:50 GMT

    Haddin is hardly a keeper, drop haddin b4 he gets too old and bring in Paine who keeps much better, is younger and a much nicer guy :)

  • SriS on October 23, 2010, 10:00 GMT

    Happy Birthday Haddin, Wish him all the best

  • Saosin on October 23, 2010, 7:57 GMT

    In other news - pleased to see Chappell into the mix, now if only we can get rid of deadwood, defensive and proven failures Hilditch, Hughes and Boon we'll be set. I nominated M Waugh, S Warne, M Taylor and A Border for the role of selectors, but Chappell is at least AWARE of the blatantly obvious fact that our side is old (espeically in the batting, actually mainly in the batting) and performing poorly. We have slid to 5th in the world, there are genuine concerns and should be genuinely large-scale implications for Hussey and North. Hussey has averaged 34 over his last 1960 runs, and North averages 38 which is poor. Both are old, both lack consistency (in this medium - Test cricket), and both can be replaced by more talented, far younger players (pick from one of P Hughes, U Khawaja, S Smith and even C Ferguson). It is time to cut the dead wood, Haddin averages 38, not bad for number 7, but nothing to rest upon his laurels for. Too much cancer in batting line-up as it stands.

  • Saosin on October 23, 2010, 7:53 GMT

    @jonesy2 - no actually, nobody in the Australian team would be operating under your absurd opinion that one is assured a place given fitness. That's a dark, negative and also counter-productive viewpoint that stands for nothing good or productive. Not even Ricky Ponting is assured a place, even if he is fit, and HE HIMSELF would stand by that statement. If you read the article, the headline is grossly exaggerated in any case - Haddin is SIMPLY saying that all he can do is ensure he is fit, and playing to the best of his potential, the rest is out of his hands. The headline is just blatant padding to ensure this article is read by more people than it probably deserves. You hope Paine never plays - well that is a backward and unsubstantiated viewpoint, given Paine's tremendous temperament displayed in the recent series with gloves and bat, and ESPECIALLY when compared with 'establsihed' players such as Hussey and Clarke. Paine is young and talented with bat and gloves.

  • on October 23, 2010, 7:44 GMT

    "haddin not worried about rivals"

    and why would he be? considering only one person can keep wickets for new south wales.

  • Rohan0309 on October 23, 2010, 7:32 GMT

    As if the current form of Australia wasn't enough, CA decided to bring in Greg Chappell as a selector? It was Ganguly for India, will it be Ponting for Australia??

  • on October 23, 2010, 7:01 GMT

    It is better for Australia if Haddin doesn't play. He is pathetic with the gloves, he has only one way of playing (attacking) which generally comes off only on batting beauties. Even if these are forgivable, the glove assisted "bowled" of Neil Broom (something for which he would almost surely have been banned for life had he been a subcontinent player and Haddin escaping with no punishment is a crying shame for the entire cricketing world and ICC) is an unforgivable unsportsmanly incident in history paralleled only by the underarm bowl. Playing against New Zealand really brings out the best of the Aussies, doesn't it? Wonder which English batsman is going to be "bowled" without the ball hitting the stumps this Ashes, if Haddin plays. Win at all costs, eh?

  • on October 23, 2010, 6:06 GMT

    BRAD HADDIN IS A CLASS PLAYER.TIM PAINE CAN'T BE COMPARE WITH HADDIN.

  • A_v_i on October 23, 2010, 5:41 GMT

    "... Greg Chappell, Australia's newest selector, said it would soon be time to look to the future".

    After ALMOST succeeding with India, Chappell has his eyes now on Australia. Currently they are at 5, only 4 more rungs left !

  • jonesy2 on October 23, 2010, 5:30 GMT

    why would he? hes assured the place until he retires i hope paine never plays

  • boris6491 on October 23, 2010, 4:55 GMT

    No doubt Paine did well and he is a fine talent. However, I don't think he made such an impact and impression that he would move in front of Haddin in the pecking order. It must be said though, his keeping was impressive whilst Haddin's keeping before his injury was becoming a little shoddy. Haddin though is an excellent wicketkeeper and I think Australia will be happy to have him back.

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  • boris6491 on October 23, 2010, 4:55 GMT

    No doubt Paine did well and he is a fine talent. However, I don't think he made such an impact and impression that he would move in front of Haddin in the pecking order. It must be said though, his keeping was impressive whilst Haddin's keeping before his injury was becoming a little shoddy. Haddin though is an excellent wicketkeeper and I think Australia will be happy to have him back.

  • jonesy2 on October 23, 2010, 5:30 GMT

    why would he? hes assured the place until he retires i hope paine never plays

  • A_v_i on October 23, 2010, 5:41 GMT

    "... Greg Chappell, Australia's newest selector, said it would soon be time to look to the future".

    After ALMOST succeeding with India, Chappell has his eyes now on Australia. Currently they are at 5, only 4 more rungs left !

  • on October 23, 2010, 6:06 GMT

    BRAD HADDIN IS A CLASS PLAYER.TIM PAINE CAN'T BE COMPARE WITH HADDIN.

  • on October 23, 2010, 7:01 GMT

    It is better for Australia if Haddin doesn't play. He is pathetic with the gloves, he has only one way of playing (attacking) which generally comes off only on batting beauties. Even if these are forgivable, the glove assisted "bowled" of Neil Broom (something for which he would almost surely have been banned for life had he been a subcontinent player and Haddin escaping with no punishment is a crying shame for the entire cricketing world and ICC) is an unforgivable unsportsmanly incident in history paralleled only by the underarm bowl. Playing against New Zealand really brings out the best of the Aussies, doesn't it? Wonder which English batsman is going to be "bowled" without the ball hitting the stumps this Ashes, if Haddin plays. Win at all costs, eh?

  • Rohan0309 on October 23, 2010, 7:32 GMT

    As if the current form of Australia wasn't enough, CA decided to bring in Greg Chappell as a selector? It was Ganguly for India, will it be Ponting for Australia??

  • on October 23, 2010, 7:44 GMT

    "haddin not worried about rivals"

    and why would he be? considering only one person can keep wickets for new south wales.

  • Saosin on October 23, 2010, 7:53 GMT

    @jonesy2 - no actually, nobody in the Australian team would be operating under your absurd opinion that one is assured a place given fitness. That's a dark, negative and also counter-productive viewpoint that stands for nothing good or productive. Not even Ricky Ponting is assured a place, even if he is fit, and HE HIMSELF would stand by that statement. If you read the article, the headline is grossly exaggerated in any case - Haddin is SIMPLY saying that all he can do is ensure he is fit, and playing to the best of his potential, the rest is out of his hands. The headline is just blatant padding to ensure this article is read by more people than it probably deserves. You hope Paine never plays - well that is a backward and unsubstantiated viewpoint, given Paine's tremendous temperament displayed in the recent series with gloves and bat, and ESPECIALLY when compared with 'establsihed' players such as Hussey and Clarke. Paine is young and talented with bat and gloves.

  • Saosin on October 23, 2010, 7:57 GMT

    In other news - pleased to see Chappell into the mix, now if only we can get rid of deadwood, defensive and proven failures Hilditch, Hughes and Boon we'll be set. I nominated M Waugh, S Warne, M Taylor and A Border for the role of selectors, but Chappell is at least AWARE of the blatantly obvious fact that our side is old (espeically in the batting, actually mainly in the batting) and performing poorly. We have slid to 5th in the world, there are genuine concerns and should be genuinely large-scale implications for Hussey and North. Hussey has averaged 34 over his last 1960 runs, and North averages 38 which is poor. Both are old, both lack consistency (in this medium - Test cricket), and both can be replaced by more talented, far younger players (pick from one of P Hughes, U Khawaja, S Smith and even C Ferguson). It is time to cut the dead wood, Haddin averages 38, not bad for number 7, but nothing to rest upon his laurels for. Too much cancer in batting line-up as it stands.

  • SriS on October 23, 2010, 10:00 GMT

    Happy Birthday Haddin, Wish him all the best