Former Australian captain Alan Border backed seamstress Scott Boland to keep his place and said Australia should play the same game in 11 of the WTC final in the upcoming Ashes series against England.

Boland was brought in after Josh Hazlewood missed the final of the World Tennis Championships due to a side strain. But Border wants Boland to keep his place and keep doing the good work.

“Boland has to stay. He was threatening India all the time. It was just like Terry Alderman and Terry were amazing in England. Both are the perfect pace for the English conditions the way they accept wickets,” Border told News Corp.

Boland’s style of bowling and his general accuracy make him a prototype for the English bowlers. It is under these circumstances that Boland is selected for the first time. They must keep the same team that beat India.

Boland was the third tailor behind Cummins and Mitchell Starc.

His continually troublesome streak was shorter than the other two but a constant threat to the stumps. He ended up claiming five vital wickets in the Test match.

Boland, Australia’s second indigenous Test bowler after Jason Gillespie, tended to be a handful at his first taste of English conditions with the Dukes’ harder ball, and took five wickets in the final


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