By CricketCountry Staff
Chester-le-Street: Jul 7, 2012
Australia seamer Ben Hilfenhaus has his eye on the 2013 Ashes series and said Australia have “unfinished business”.
“I definitely think we’ve got unfinished business,” Hilfenhaus said.
“I’ve lost two Ashes series now. I definitely don’t want to be a part of a third losing one, that’s for sure, and I think there are a lot of blokes who feel exactly the same way. I’m not looking too far ahead at this stage, but it will be a pretty big series for us.
“You always love to beat the Poms. We didn’t have the ideal start to the one-day series and I think in the last two games of the series we’re definitely going to show them what we are made of, that we are the No 1 team in the world.
“It’s nice to be playing in these conditions and get a feel for them again, and just have a little reminder of the things we need to work on, ” Hilfenhaus was quoted saying by Scotsman.com
Still on the fringes in the ODI game, Hilfenhaus added: “I still have a few things to prove in the shorter form of the game. I’ll keep chipping away and hopefully my skills can get to the stage where I’m a permanent member.”