Craig McDermott says that he is extremely happy with the way his team has performed and would like his team to push for 5-0.
He said he wanted his players to go hard at the Australians and joked that he will not be feeling sorry for the poms.
The former Australian pace bowler said he expected a slightly flat wicket on Day one and said that it will be a bowler’s paradise as the match progresses.
Michael Vaughan has been in the news recently for Graeme Swann allegedly criticising him.
“Some people playing the game at the minute have no idea how far up their own backsides they are,” Swann said in comments carried by the Daily Telegraph ahead of the fourth Test, which starts in Melbourne on Thursday.
“It will bite them on the arse one day and when it does I hope they look back and are embarrassed about how they carry on.”
But Swann, who last week was forced to apologise for a “crass and offensive” comment after he compared the third Ashes Test loss to Australia to being “raped,” again took to social media to deny the claims.
“Don’t jump to conclusions Vaughney. I wasn’t talking about the England dressing room or anyone in it. You too bbc,” Swann tweeted.
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