Sport Cameron Green Feels Well-Prepared Ahead Of Gabba Test

08:25  01 december  2021
08:25  01 december  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Cameron Green suits up ahead of his Test debut on Thursday. Credit:Getty Images. The diehards and the students that came into the ground after school, however, were fortunate enough to witness something they wouldn't quickly forget. Cameron Green had already made a big impression on the first-class cricket scene before then, taking 5-24 on debut as a 17-year-old against Tasmania nearly three years earlier. He'd also shown what he could do with the bat, notably putting James Pattinson on the hill at the WACA more than once one day, but to that point he was seen by his state primarily as a

"Good hard day of Test cricket today, I thought Rishabh and the whole Indian side played fantastically, took the game on and deserved the win. I would have liked the cracks to play a few more tricks, but it was a pretty good wicket. Once you were in, it was pretty free-flowing, the runs. Cricket is played Country Vs. Country at the highest level. This was an instance of the Indian cricket team touring Australia and beating them on their strongest ground ( cricket is generally very dependent on location - because of the way the pitch is prepared and maintained ) called the Gabba - or the Gabbatoir.

Nearly one year after making his Test debut for Australia, Cameron Green is more confident in himself than ever before.

Ahead of the Ashes next week, the all-rounder spoke about how he has tweaked his game and prepared for arguably his most important Test series yet.

Green acknowledged that he has grown since making his national team debut against India last year, and believes remaining active with the Western Australian team has been crucial.

"I think where you learn your cricket is at the state level," Green said.

"Australia has the best domestic competition in the world.

"I feel like I've been in really good stead playing most weeks for WA, and that's how I've prepared myself for Test cricket.

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"Heading into the Test summer last year I think I was a bit down on confidence, and obviously the last few years I haven't bowled that much and had a few restrictions.

"This year I've bowled in most games that I have played, and that will hold me in better stead".

Green has also been working extensively at training with former Australian paceman Matt Mason.

On top of improving the technical aspects of Green's bowling, emphasis has also been put into his bowling action, with the aim to reduce the potential for injury following a string of back problems in past years.

"Matt Mason has been unreal - he came into the setup a couple of years ago and brought everything he's learned from the past decade in England," Green explained.

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1. If the young boy hadn't smelled the smoke, the family wouldn't have got out of the house in time. 2. If you speak to Rabbie, tell him to bring the camping equipment. 3. If I had prepared ahead of time for my trip, I wouldn't have had so many problems. 4. If you mix the colours blue and yellow, you get the colour green . 5. If I were you, I would take an emergency kit on holiday. 6. When I go to Venice next year, I will attend the Carnival.

"I feel like you go to training every day and he's got something new and he's so excited about it.

"Over the last four years I've had a stress fracture every year, so it's nice to get through a summer and then attack a summer with Matt (Mason)".

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A West-Australian, Green potentially faces the scenario of not playing in his home state for the second year running as an Australian Test player, if border restrictions prevent the Perth Test from going ahead.

He has, however, noted the similarities between the Gabba and his home ground the WACA.

"I love playing at the Gabba -  it's similar to the WACA in the way it plays," Green said.

"It has a similar bounce, similar pace, and is a similar kind of game that you have to play.

"It's always nice when you have a bit of success at the ground, and that gives me some confidence heading into the first Test".

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