Melbourne: Cricket Australia will pore over its superior frameworks in a "substantial" audit taking after the 3-0 Test arrangement whitewash to Sri Lanka, CEO James Sutherland has said. Australia lost their reality number one positioning in Tests because of the arrangement vanquish and shined their notoriety for being home-track spooks after their batsmen again demonstrated hapless against twist knocking down some pins on turning wickets.
With an enormous test in the subcontinent approaching against India in under six months, Sutherland said examining inquiries were being asked of the national set-up. "Are a portion of the principal things that we are doing to set up our players to perform well and be exceptionally aggressive in subcontinental conditions breezing through the test?" Sutherland said.
"I feel that is the place the survey gets a tiny bit more substantial and testing and more major, going directly down into scrutinizing our superior frameworks too." Sutherland's remarks come days after previous Australia batsman Matthew Hayden pummeled the elite unit for having an excessive amount of control over the group and determinations. Hayden asserted head mentor and selector Darren Lehmann and the elite unit headed by previous rugby global Pat Howard were undermining the players' capacity to fabricate a solid society.
"The players must really wrestle back some of their own energy from inside as opposed to listening to your physios, your quality and molding mentors, your elite administrator and even your mentor so far as that is concerned and really delve in as a gathering and manufacture the way of life," Hayden, a previous colleague of Lehmann, seethed on neighborhood radio station Triple M.
Australia employed Sri Lanka turn extraordinary Muttiah Muralitharan as a drilling specialist to help their batsmen get ready for the South Asian country's pitches however numerous seemed dumbfounded when confronting veteran left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, who took 28 wickets and was named man-of-the-arrangement. Cricket Australia additionally consistently sends "An" and youth groups to the subcontinent however some were neglecting to adjust, Sutherland said.
"To be a true blue universal cricketer nowadays you should have the capacity to adjust to conditions in Australia, conditions in England, conditions in the subcontinent wherever you play," he said. "What's more, that flexibility is something that should be inspected in light of the fact that some are adjusting and some aren't." Australia increased some encouragement from the Sri Lanka visit on Wednesday, with the one-day side winning the fourth match to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the arrangement.