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Andy Flower guarded on Chris Tremlett inclusion

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England coach Andy Flower has decided which of his three reserve seam bowlers will replace the injured Stuart Broad.

Rumours sweeping Perth suggest Surrey paceman Chris Tremlett will get the nod ahead of Yorkshire pair Tim Bresnan and Ajmal Shahzad for the third Test.

But following the tour match against Victoria, when the trio took only one wicket between them, Flower is refusing to confirm he has gone for Tremlett.

He said: “You can’t put words in my mouth. It’s pretty clear in our minds.”

Full story: BBC Sport

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Chris Adams backs ‘softie’ Chris Tremlett to rough up Australia

Chris Adams, the Surrey manager, says Tremlett should not be underestimated simply because he is not the type to shout in batsmen’s faces. And if the fast bowler is picked to replace Stuart Broad for the third Test in Perth next week, Adams is backing him to succeed.

“He can be a horrendous person to face, as awful as any bowler I have faced in my career,” Adams said.

“You don’t have to be a nasty, fasty, shouty, up-and-at-’em kind of character to make life very unpleasant for the opposition. I would rather take his type over someone who comes in and shouts and screams at everyone.”

Full story: The Telegraph

 

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Monty Panesar and Chris Tremlett in England Ashes squad

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Monty Panesar and Chris Tremlett have won much-coveted places in the Ashes squad to tour Australia this winter.

In an England 16 with no surprises, the 11 men who played in the last Test at Lord’s against Pakistan are retained.

They are joined by Sussex spinner Panesar, Surrey fast bowler Tremlett with another Surrey man, Steven Davies, taking the reserve wicketkeeping spot.

Full story: bbc.co.uk

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