Fast bowling reset the spur driving Mitchell Starc to ensure he’s not an Ashes spectator

“I think I’ve been able to bring it all back together. Last year was probably my most consistent red-ball year without compromising pace, and being able to add a few things in like wobble seam I learned from the other two big fellas. So adding to it rather than compromising a strength to fit in.”

In Australia, against the West Indies over two Tests in Perth and Adelaide, then South Africa in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, Starc will be the ideal offsider for Test skipper Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood. He is also the first pace bowler chosen in south Asian conditions, and can expect…

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