A video of the Australian cricketers training on hybrid pitch, a special track prepared for the cricketers to get used to the slow and turning ones generally prepared in the subcontinent as well  as the West Indies.

Australia will be touring the West Indies for a two-Test series, which is termed The Frank Worrell Trophy. The No. 2 ranked Test team will then head to England for the Ashes 2015.  READ: Australia needs to be at its best for Ashes 2015, feels Steven Smith

Meanwhile, PTI reported that Australia‘s World Cup-winning coach Darren Lehmann has hinted that he may not continue at the helm of affairs for an extended period, saying his role has a shelf life due to hectic international schedule and players’ need also change. Lehmann said he has the “best job in the world” but he would not be in this role forever. He took charge in 2013 and his contract runs till 2017.

“If you have a young family it’s tough — they’re at school and all those sort of things. But it’s the best job in the world. You’d love to be able to do it for 20-30 years,” Lehmann, who has also guided the Australian team to Ashes victory in 2013-14, said.

“But I don’t think you can. I think players need change occasionally. I won’t be doing it forever, and hopefully I get to exit in my own way,” he added. READ: Ryan Harris looking forward to playing in Ashes 2015