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Langer’s plan for Archer: Tire him

DNMUM441092 | 8/13/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :454

The Ashes

Australia coach Justin Langer believes that the best way to counter England’s X-factor for the second Test, paceman Jofra Archer, is to ask him to bowl more spells and wear him down.
The Barbados-born Archer made his England debut only in May, and while he set the World Cup on fire, he is yet to get a taste of Test cricket, which Langer feels could work in Australia’s favour as they look to double their 1-0 lead in the second Test starting at The Lord’s from Wednesday.
“I’m really curious about how Archer is going to go,” Langer said on Monday.
“He’s played one red-ball game in 11 months. He’s a very skilled bowler and a great athlete. But Test cricket is very different to white-ball cricket. Like we’ve talked about a long t
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