Bowling attack to be changed: Nielsen

Douggie Bollinger and Mitchell Johnson having fun

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Coach Tim Nielsen says Australia have been forced to consider changes to their bowling attack by a poor showing on the final two days of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.

Under the most pressure is left-armer Mitchell Johnson who did not take a wicket in the match, and Nielsen said changes were definitely on the agenda.

“It’s something we’ve got to think about,” Nielsen said. .

“Certainly something we are aware of.”

Australia do at least have the option of calling on a pair of in-form bowling options after Ryan Harris and Doug Bollinger both performed smartly for their domestic teams.

Full story: Nine MSN

 

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