By CricketCountry Staff
Sydney: Sep 3, 2012
"Against Pakistan I've had pretty good success. Saeed Ajmal, Mohammad Hafeez, Abdur Rehman, Shahid Afridi, I've done well against them,” White said.
"So I'm going to stick to what I've done previously,” the 29-year-old was quoted as saying by Sydney Morning Herald.
White makes a comeback to the Australian Twenty20 side, having being dropped last October as a player and captain due to his poor form.
The all-rounder is hopeful that his good form in England and in India will continue in Australia's three-match T20 series against Pakistan.
"I feel as though I'm not worried about those guys," White said.
"In terms of worrying about which way the ball's spinning, I feel as though I don't have too many issues with that. Hopefully they don't make me look silly."
White, after having a successful stint in England and in the Indian Premier League (IPL), wants to make a remarkable comeback in international cricket.
"It would be a pretty big deal for me. It's great to get another chance to play well under what is the most pressure you can be under in the Twenty20 format.
"I enjoyed the 2010 World Cup and we got pretty close (finalists) so it would be nice to go one better this time,” he said, talking about the next month’s ICC World T20.