Aussies fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile be familiar with of one certain method to get himself in the playing team for the CWC2019 – taking wickets. Coulter-Nile will have a chance to do that when the first of five one-day internationals begins in Sharjah on Friday, 22 March. Sports fanatics can book Cricket World Cup tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
There is strong race for the fast-bowling spots in the Aussies squad – Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, sideways with Coulter-Nile, Jhye Richardson, Pat Cummins, Kane Richardson and Jason Behrendorff are all competing for them.
Coulter-Nile, though, isn’t too worried about it.
“The World Cup is always going to be spoken about. It’s around the corner, people are vying for selection,” he said on Wednesday.
“Practically, to get selected, you have to perform. So that’s the easy method to do – go out and perform. You don’t need to worry about if you’re getting picked or not if you’re picking wickets. It’s only when you’re not taking wickets or you’re not making runs that you worry about it.”
The 31-year-old also worried that there was no competition between the fast bowlers and that the team came first.
“Everyone’s performing, that’s why we’re winning. But even when someone has a bad day, they’re really supportive of other blokes who have had a good day,” he said.
“It’s fantastic to see. I don’t think it’s an aware struggle that anyone makes. Just think its good companion’s backup each other. I don’t think anyone goes out there thinking, ‘I’m not going to worry about selection’. It’s just the way everyone is; they’re all just decent people.”
Coulter-Nile has had a strong few weeks. He’s impressed since returning to the Aussies set-up for the tour to India. Before the tour, he had voiced foiling at “mixed messages” from the choosers. He also had a rapid attack of vertigo during the BBL and needed to be hospitalized.
Coulter-Nile is still trying to find the reason for that.
“I haven’t had a chance (to do that) – I saw a vestibular physic and an ear-nose-and-throat specialist, but they didn’t really give me much,” he said.
“I’ll get through this series, go home and … I want to know the cause of why it happened. Because if I can stop it, I will, but it’s happened twice in eight years, so it’s not like it is a continuing issue for me.”
Get latest updates of Cricket World Cup Final Tickets from our trusted online ticketing platform. Cricket fanatics can book tickets on a reliable rate from our online ticketing market place.