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Sports Cricket 24 Oct 2019 Shane Warne identifi ...

Shane Warne identifies 'real issue' of Australia's Test cricket

ANI
Published Oct 24, 2019, 1:20 pm IST
Updated Oct 24, 2019, 1:24 pm IST
In the Ashes 2019, Australia didn't select any front line spinner except Nathan Lyon.
Lyon has played 91 Tests and has taken 363 wickets at an average of 32.30. (Photo: AP)
 Lyon has played 91 Tests and has taken 363 wickets at an average of 32.30. (Photo: AP)

London: Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne believes that the lack of bench strength in the spin bowling department is a 'real issue' in Test cricket for Australia.

In the Ashes 2019, Australia didn't select any front line spinner except Nathan Lyon.

 

"Luckily we have such a quality spinner in Lyon, he's done so well in all conditions around the world, held that attack together, but if something happened to him it would be a real issue," ESPNcricinfo quoted Warne as saying.

"It's important for Australia - I'm not saying Lyon is retiring or anything, he's got a lot more in him - that if something does happen for Australia that someone could set up," he added.

Lyon has played 91 Tests and has taken 363 wickets at an average of 32.30.

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