Aussie fans won’t be racist during Indian team’s tour Down Under: Warne

November 14th, 2007 - 2:38 am ICT by admin  
“Australian crowds are pretty good,” news.com.au quoted Warne, as saying.

Warne also believes that his luckless understudy Stuart MacGill should be the frontrunner for the summer Test series.

“He’s been around for a long time and deserves his chance. I hope he does well,” Warne said

He also praised Chinaman bowler Brad Hogg, who impressed in the Australian one-day matches in India, but added that the selectors needed to blood a young spinner where he could mature amongst more experienced players.

“When a team is successful you can get a young player in there with the other players who know the ropes,” he said.

Warne said he has been in talks with Cricket Australia to find a way for him to help cricketers playing in the domestic competition in a mentoring role. (ANI)

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