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Ashes 2015: Whos hot and whos not for Australia?

Ashes 2015: Whos hot and whos not for Australia?
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Australia's tour opener against Kent offered the http://www.broncos.us.com/Karl_Mecklenburg_Jersey first opportunity to assess the form of the men preparing to take on England in the Ashes this summer. Steve Smith and Shaun Marsh have made their mark with centuries in Australia's first innings, while Mitchell Johnson sent a cold shiver down English batsmen's spines with a menacing three-wicket burst on Friday. With analysis from Test Match Special commentator Jim Maxwell, BBC Sport weighs up the early talking points of Australia's campaign to retain the urn. It may amaze English readers to learn that Johnson's place in the Australia pace attack is the subject of some debate. The left-arm paceman, who terrorised England's batsmen in the 5-0 series win over England in 2013-14 with 37 victims, was out-bowled by Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood in Australia's recent tour of West Indies. And with Ryan Harris and Peter Siddle also in the squad, the pace attack for the first Test in Cardiff is by no means set in stone. As if to prove a point, however, Johnson waited only six balls before taking his first wicket of the tour as he trapped Daniel Bell-Drummond lbw at the end of an over delivered at searing pace. Two further scalps in Johnson's third spell left Kent Brandon Marshall Blue Jersey batsman Rob Key joking that he doesn't get paid enough to face a bowler of the Australian's calibre and speed. Maxwell's verdict: "Given how much Johnson got into the heads of England in Australia, I'm sure he'll be playing. If they are at their best, I think Harris and Johnson are still at the top of the pecking order, then Starc and Hazlewood. "But Hazlewood's recent form suggests he's going to be hard to leave out. So I suppose it depends a bit on how well Harris comes out of this game, whether he's right to get through a fair bit of work and do his best in Cardiff or will they just hold back, as they did last time, and save him for Lord's." With David Warner far more likely to punch a quick Rahim Moore Elite Jerseys hundred than a fresh-faced England cricketer these days, his place at the top of the Australian batting order is secure. That leaves two men - Chris Rogers and Shaun Marsh - fighting it out to walk out to bat with him in Cardiff. Rogers is the strong favourite, given his impressive record in the English county game and the fact he has scored fifties in each of this last six Test innings. Marsh did not entirely convince as a stand-in when Rogers missed the Windies Tests with concussion, scoring just one fifty in four innings. However, his flawless hundred against Kent, delivered while Rogers was compiling a much less convincing 84, showed him to be a more than capable alternative. Maxwell's verdict: "I think there will be debate. Rogers may keep his spot in the short-term but Marsh seems to be favoured by some of the men making decisions and could grab the spot. Marsh has an extraordinary capacity for making Test hundreds, but also an extraordinary capacity for missing out completely - that's why he doesn't have a great average. "If you go back over the past 12 months, the Rogers-Warner axis http://www.texansshop.us.com/Jeoffrey_Pagan_Jersey is going very well but the time is coming when Marsh will supplant Rogers in the team."

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