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Australian Cricket Player Scott Boland Retains His Place

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 26 Dec, 2022

Scott Boland, regarded as the 2021's Boxing Day hero, retains his position in Australia's bowling attack and will kickstart Monday's game against South Africa set at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Credits: Cricket Australia

Scott Boland replaced Josh

Josh Hazlewood has been replaced with Scott Boland as Josh is recovering from a side strain.

Credits: NDTV Sports

Captain Pat Cummins's statement

Captain Pat Cummins announced on Sunday that Australia would play the same lineup at the first test that defeated the Proteas by six wickets in just two days at the Gabba in Brisbane.

Credits: NDTV Sports

Scott Boland, man of the match

At the MCG last year, the 33-year-old Boland destroyed England's batters with six wickets while allowing just seven runs, earning him man-of-the-match honors on his debut and assisting Australia in keeping the Ashes.

Credits: News18

Australia's score against South Africa

Australia will be attempting to take a 2-0 lead at the MCG to win the series against South Africa for the first time at home since 2005–2006.

Credits: The Epoch times

David Warner's new record

When he bats against the Proteas, veteran opener David Warner will become just the 14th Australian to play 100 Tests.

Credits: News18

Australia's speed attack

Elgar calls South Africa's speed attack the finest in the world, but the team needs to score more runs to give the bowlers a chance. Only against Bangladesh have they this year scored more than 400.

Credits: Cricket Australia

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