Mike Hussey joins Australia staff for Sri Lanka, Pakistan series


Former middle-order batsman Mike Hussey has been drafted in by Australian trainer Justin Langer to assist guide the side through their future Twenty20 series next to Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
He is the newest great to be brought into the crease after Ricky Ponting joined the backroom staff at the one-day World Cup this year, and Steve Waugh helped out throughout the Ashes sequence in GB.
“I’m very eager, in fact. I’m really looking ahead to getting back in just about the Aussie team,” Hussey, who is nicknamed “Mr. Cricket,” tells the Sydney Daily Telegraph on Sunday.
“They are leaving to be annoying to get a strategy in place, expand a way of play, and what players they want, and I love all that stuff — setting up for a big event.
“They have floated the opportunity of being concerned closer to the T20 World Cup (in Australia next year) as well, but it’s all attractive loose at the instant.
“Australia plays back-to-back three-game T20 series next to Sri Lanka and then Pakistan initial next Sunday in Adelaide to boot off their summer period. Langer also has complete former Test speedster Ryan Harris bowling coach for the sequence. He told the paper the presence of Ponting,
Waugh and now Hussey was huge for his team. “I can’t tell you how powerful these guys can be on the cluster,” said Langer. “It’s nice to have dissimilar voices and diverse eyes and see guys of that caliber charitable us criticism on what they see.”


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