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Hopefully Bird sticks it up England – Starc bites back at Anderson

After being dominated out of the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne, Mitchell Starc replied to outspoken England veteran James Anderson.

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Australia bowler Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc mentioned England “have got bigger things to worry about” than Australia’s bowling intensity because the celebrity paceman hit back at James Anderson forward of the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne.

Australia reclaimed the Ashes after taking an unassailable Three-Zero collection lead following their crushing innings and 41-run rout in Perth, however that didn’t forestall England fast Anderson from taking goal at the Aussies.

Anderson claimed Australia have issues intensive except for their celebrity trio of Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, in spite of the vacationers combating to steer clear of an Ashes whitewash.

Starc – who used to be dominated out of Tuesday’s blockbuster fourth Test at the MCG because of a heel damage and changed by means of Jackson Bird – replied to his outspoken England counterpart Christmas Eve.

“They haven’t taken 20 wickets yet in the series and we have, yet they’re having a crack at our depth,” Starc advised journalists.

“I feel they have were given larger issues to fret about than the intensity of Australia’s speedy bowlers.

“Hopefully Jacko [Starc’s replacement Jackson Bird] takes 5 and displays that the intensity in Australian cricket, particularly the bowlers, is beautiful sturdy. Even regardless that there is a couple of guys lacking thru damage.

“He nonetheless bowls fast sufficient. I am beautiful certain he nonetheless bowls faster than the Pom bowlers as neatly.

“Hopefully he takes five-for and sticks it up these depth comments from the Poms.”

 

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