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Australia called Ashton Agar to join the squad for 4th test against India

Australia has included spinning all rounder Ashton Agar in the squad for the fourth and final test against India in Sydney. Left-arm spinner, Ashton Agar who lastly featured in the 2013 Ashes in England was performing well with an average of 45.14 in the recently concluded Sheffield Shield this season. He has played only two Tests so far and grabbed every one attention with hitting 98 runs at No. 11 in his debut Test. He is currently playing in the Big Bash for Perth Scorchers. The pitch at the Sydney Cricket Ground suits spinner and was the most spinner friendly pitch in Australia. Australia has won the series with 2-0 lead in the series and the final test will start on January 6.

Australian squad for 4th test: David Warner, Steve Smith (captain), Shaun Marsh, Burns, Brad Haddin(wicket keeper), Mitchell Johnson, Chris Rogers, Shane Watson, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchel Starc, Peter Siddle, Ryan Harris, Nathan Lyon, Ashton Agar.

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