Great bowler Shane Warne believes that Cricket Australia should field the spinner in every first-class match so that the level of spin bowling in the country can improve which is falling fast at the moment. Warne told The West Australian, 'The spinner should play every match, no matter what the circumstances are. So that the spinner can understand what kind of ball to bowl on the first or fourth day. It is only when the conditions are favorable that the provincial teams choose them.
He said, 'If they don't play at the provincial level then they will learn how. State teams should have an expert spinner in every match. Cricket Australia will have to try in it. Warne said there was a shortage of talented spinners to replace Nathan Lyon. He said that spinners are not developing due to drop in pitches. He said, 'Once in a while the situation is different in every state, but now artificial pitches are being used. You will have to avoid excessive use of them.' The 50-year-old great spinner has been dominating for a time. He used to speak on pitches around the world.
Shane Warne has 708 wickets in 145 Tests, which was once a world record. He has taken 293 wickets in 194 matches in an ODI career. He is included in the list of great bowlers. After him there was no spin bowler of that level in Australia.
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