No let up from Harris in second Test
The 34-year-old’s susceptibility to wear-and-tear injuries and the likelihood of an attritional competition on a docile, drop-in pitch at the Adelaide Oval has led to calls for him to be left out of the team for the match which begins on Thursday morning.
But far from taking a breather, Harris is committing himself to a full workload, no matter how many overs are required to try to bowl England out twice once again.
Thanks to match-winner Mitchell Johnson, the process took less than 130 overs – and only 34 including five wickets from Harris – in Australia’s 381-run win in the first Test at the Gabba.
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