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Australia’s Best Radio Cricket Coverage | Australia v India

Listen live to the upcoming four-Test series between Australia and India at www.sportsradio.com.au

Dec 06, Thu – Dec 10, Mon Australia vs India, 1st Test
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
11:00 AM AEDT / 10:30 AM LOCAL

Dec 14, Fri – Dec 18, Tue Australia vs India, 2nd Test
Perth Stadium, Perth
1:20 PM AEDT / 10:20 AM LOCAL

Dec 26, Wed – Dec 30, Sun Australia vs India, 3rd Test
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
10:30 AM AEDT / 10:30 AM LOCAL

Jan 03, Thu – Jan 07, Mon Australia vs India, 4th Test
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
10:30 AM AEDT / 10:30 AM LOCAL

The Macquarie Sports Radio Summer of Cricket commentary team for the series is Darren Lehmann, Ian Chappell, Glenn McGrath, Mike Hussey, Carl Rackemann, Tom Moody, John Emburey, Brad Hodge, Karl Langdon, Julia Price, Sarah Aley, Holly Ferling, Kristen Beams, Alex Blackwell, Bruce Eva, Tim Lane, David Morrow and Mat Thompson.

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Macquarie Sports Radio’s Summer of Cricket on Sydney 954AM, Melbourne 1278AM, Brisbane 882AM and Perth Digital Radio.

Merv Hughes optimistic ahead of first Test

There has been plenty of controversy surrounding the Australian cricket team but ex-Test legend Merv Hughes doesn’t think it the situation is bad as it is made out to be as the Aussies prepare for their first Test of the summer against India this week.

” Things aren’t that bad. You take the two best batsman out of any team and it’s going to have an affect.”

Hughes made 53 Tests for Australia and offered his team selection.

“You reckon the bottom five pick themselves unless there’s an injury, it’s going to be (Mitchell) Starc, (Pat) Cummings, (Josh) Hazlewood, (Nathan) Lyon, and Tim Paine.

Hughes also said that he predicts Usman Khawaja, and Mitchell and Shaun Marsh to play, they’ll be under a bit of pressure.

“The pressure on not having Warner and Smith is going to be immense and it’s time for them to repay the faith.”

Hughes also spoke about his famous mustache, Michael Clarke’s recent comments on Macquarie Sports Radio, and whether sledging still has a place in the game.

Listen to the full chat below.

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