Australia All Time Best Test XI by Rohit Sharma.

The Hitman of the Men in Blue , Rohit Sharma really loves to play against Australia. Rohit has been playing really well against the Kangaroos in the recent Trans-Tasmanian tour . His form against them shows the result.

After the Australian and New Zealand tour of 80 days, the Men in Blue has returned back to India. They are going to play a limited over series against the Australians in India. The fans are eagerly waiting for the clash to happen.

In a recent event, Rohit did some Fun-Stuff in Facebook. In the PlayersVoice Facebook Page , the Hitman picked his All Time Australian Test XI. It was a difficult choice but choose some and left many players. Some Legendary Players are also not in his list .

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Rohit’s choice of Selection was Stunning . It Includes many great names and Australian Legends . Though, he left some of them out . Still it looks like a formidable squad. 

  • Top Order : His Top order includes players like Matthew Hayden and David Warner .
  • Middle Order : With Captain Ricky Ponting coming down at No 3 followed by Micheal Clarke , Mike Hussey , Adam Gilchrist and also Shane Watson.
  • Lower Order : This bowling department really looks Devastating. With the likes of Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne , this looks to be any batsman’s nightmare. They are also the Highest wicket-taker of Australia. And increasing the nightmare , means having Brett Lee and Mitchel Johnson the other two bowlers.

Rohit also left out some Australian Greats. The likes of Andrew Symonds and Damien Martin are not present in the middle order. Players like Justin Langer , Steve Smith and Steve Waugh was also not present . Rest aside , he didn’t include the name of Sir Don Bradman , The Great Australian Legend who has an average of 99.94.

Rohit’s All-Time Australian Test XI are :

Matthew Hayden, David Warner, Ricky Ponting (C), Michael Clarke, Mike Hussey, Shane Watson, Adam Gilchrist (WK), Shane Warne, Brett Lee, Mitchell Johnson and Glenn McGrath