Peter Siddle says Australia must stick to their game-plan against South Africa
Australian pacer Peter Siddle feels that the conditions in South Africa are very much similar to the ones they have in Australia.
Siddle feels that Australia must stick to their game-plan without worrying too much about adapting to the conditions if they were to beat the Proteas in their own backyard.
Siddle said that despite the absence of Jacques Kallis, South Africa will prove to be a handful for them and also maintained that Australia were not to underestimate the Proteas.
Siddle concluded by saying that the Australians needed to put their 5-0 Ashes win over England behind them and focus on the upcoming battle with the Proteas.