Wade to master tricky wicket-keeping conditions in England
Sydney, May 10 (ANI): Mathew Wade, who has never set foot on English soil, will use his selection in the ODI team to master tricky wicket-keeping conditions in England during Australia's pre-Ashes limited-overs visit there this winter.
Wade will get his first look at the late swing that has confounded many a foreign gloveman as part of the one-day international squad to play five games against England in July.
Wade will play only the ODIs as he has a heavy schedule ahead, including limited-overs games against Pakistan and the World Twenty20.
He said he gained great belief from his success in the West Indies, where he made a maiden Test century after overcoming initial struggles in the one-day series against the spin of Sunil Narine, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Next stop, England, where Haddin endured a rough start to the 2009 Ashes on account of the ball wobbling about after it passes the bat.
"I'm looking forward to going over there and testing my skills in those conditions. It can almost be a little bit easier at times when everyone knows the ball is going to wobble around a bit so if you do fumble a few everyone knows what's going on, Wade said. (ANI)
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