Michael Clarke not settled on batting order for India

Updated: 12 February 2013 08:36 IST

Both Shane Watson and Ed Cowan have expressed their desire to regain and remain at the top, respectively, with David Warner.

Michael Clarke not settled on batting order for India
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Sydney:

Skipper Michael Clarke is still unsure about where Shane Watson will fit into the Australian batting order as flies out for a four-test series in India.

Australian vice-captain Watson wants to return as an opener now that he's available only as a specialist batsman, but that would mean breaking up the partnership forged between David Warner and Ed Cowan in recent series against top-ranked South Africa and Sri Lanka.

Clarke says "Obviously, Shane needs to come back into the lineup," but adds: "It's a lot different now that Watto is not bowling. As an allrounder, I think he walks into any team. As a batsman, there is a much bigger pool of players, so we've got to work out what our best batting lineup is."

Topics : Cricket Australia India Michael Clarke Shane Watson David Warner Ed Cowan Australia in India 2013
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