Darren Lehmann

Aussies scrap rotation policy for NZ ODI visit; Lehmann to play Starc, Hazlewood

Aussies scrap rotation policy for NZ ODI visit; Lehmann to play Starc, Hazlewood

Melbourne [Australia], Nov. 28 : It seems that Australia have learnt from the humiliation dished out to them by playing the gamble of sending second string ODI attack against South Africa last month as they have decided to scrap its resting strategy for the upcoming one-day series against New Zealand.

Head coach Darren Lehmann has made it clear that Australia would be playing Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood when they would play against the Black Caps to regain the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.

Earlier this year, Australia lost the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy to the Black Caps and have, therefore, picked a full-strength squad in a bid to regain the trophy.

Only four players sure for Adelaide Test in shattered Australian XI: Lehmann

Only four players sure for Adelaide Test in shattered Australian XI: Lehmann

Johannesburg [South Africa], Nov. 16 : Australia's head coach Darren Lehmann has declared that only four players are sure to keep their places in the line-up post humiliating and demoralising defeat at the hands of South Africa at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart on Tuesday.

Proteas' pacemen tore through Australia's last eight wickets before lunch on Day Four to complete a humiliating innings and 80-run defeat on Tuesday and seal the three-match Test series with a game to spare.

Kyle Abbott, who replaced pace spearhead Dale Steyn, was adjudged Man of the Match after taking 6-77 in the second innings to go with the match figures of 9-118.

Clarke set to return for Oz's WC tie against Bangladesh

Michael Clarke

London, Feb 19 - Australia cricket team coach Darren Lehmann has confirmed that skipper Michael Clarke will be returning for Saturday's World Cup group stage game against Bangladesh in Brisbane.

Following his recovery from hamstring injury, Clarke made a solid return by smacking 64 runs against United Arab Emirates in a warm-up game last week.

Reflecting on Clarke's chances, Lehmann said that yes, he is playing.

Commenting on his fitness, Clarke said that they had a good conversation (with selectors) last week and thought it was in the team's best interests to not play against England and give him another week, Sport24 reported.

The returning skipper, who is likely to replace stand-in skipper George Bailey, was satisfied with his progress after a good practice session.

Lehmann downplays alleged rift with Clarke

Michael Clarke Darren LehmannAuckland, November 14 : Australian captain Michael Clarke and coach Darren Lehmann have reportedly not been on good terms with each other post the thrashing in the recent series against Pakistan in United Arabic Emirates.

Tension between both have allegedly been reported at least a couple of times this year, most notably over the exclusion of Steve Smith from a one-day match against Zimbabwe in Harare in August in which Australia were the shock losers. It was subsequently followed by Clarke expressing his dismay over selection publicly, which didn't go down well with Lehmann, reported stuff. co. nz.

Lehmann says age will not be factor for Oz selectors regarding Rogers' Test future

Darren LehmannWellington, Nov 03 : Australia cricket team coach and selector Darren Lehmann has said that age would not be a factor for selectors regarding the playing future of Test opener Chris Rogers.

As always, the deciding factor would be runs. Rogers has struggled against pace and spin on the low, slow pitches of the United Arab Emirates ( UAE) against Pakistan.

The opener has scored 88 runs at an average of 22 against Pakistan. And with a career average of 36.06 in 16 matches, the county club Victoria batsman is a realist, Stuff. co. nz reported.

Rogers has previously stated that he's only ever a couple of low scores away from having his head on the chopping block.

Lehmann claims Johnson, Clarke likely to play in upcoming Test, ODI series against Pak

Darren LehmannKarachi, Sep 29 : Former Australian cricketer and current national team coach Darren Lehmann claimed on Sunday that fast bowler Mitchell Johnson would play in the upcoming Test and ODI series against Pakistan in the UAE.

Johnson withdrew from the Twenty20 Champions League with a rib injury, but was part of the Australian squad that left for the United Arab Emirates ( UAE) on Sunday.

Lehmann calmed fears that the world's leading pacer was a doubt for the first Test against Pakistan that starts in Dubai on October 22, The Express Tribune reported.

Lehmann happy if Oz returns to 'ruthless sledging streak' of past

Darren LehmannSydney, Mar 7 : Australian head coach Darren Lehmann has said that he will be happy even if Australia regained the ruthless sledging streak of teams from past generations.

Ian Chappell 's charges in the 1970s earned the tag "ugly Australians" from some sections of the media, while Lehmann played alongside Steve Waugh in the all-conquering Test side of the late 1990s that made 'mental disintegration' an art form.

'Defensive' Lehmann says Oz batting collapse in Port Elizabeth 'not as bad as Durham Test'

Darren-LehmannSydney, Feb 25 : Australian head coach Darren Lehmann has defended the visiting bowlers for failing to exploit reverse swing like the South Africans in the second Test and said that Australia's dreadful batting collapse was not as bad as in Durham during the fourth Test of last year's Ashes tour.

Australia lost 10-90 to be bowled out for 216, losing the second Test by 231 inside four days, with no batsman making more than six after an opening stand of 126 between Chris Rogers (107) and David Warner (66).

Lehmann recalls horror of playing at 'demonic' Perth pitch as teenager

Darren-LehmannSydney, Dec 13 : Australian coach Darren Lehmann has revealed that the first ball he ever faced at the WACA ground in Perth during his Test career is one he can never forget because it knocked him out stone cold.

According to News. com. au, Lehmann revealed that it was bowled by the great left-armer Bruce Reid and hit me in the right temple.

Lehmann was a teenager playing for South Australia against West Australia and James Brayshaw, who later became a great friend, was fielding at short leg and became very worried about his health, the report said.

Gilchrist, Lehmann look to repeating history

Gilchrist-Lehmann-Kings-XI-PunjabNew Delhi, April 2 : Adam Gilchrist and Darren Lehmann as captain and coach, respectively, of Kings XI Punjab is a big boost for the team's chances in the sixth edition of Indian Premier League. The duo helped the Deccan Chargers win the IPL title in 2009 and Punjab fans will hope they can repeat the feat.

The key foreign players in the franchise are Azhar Mahmood, Dimitri Mascarenhas, David Hussey and Luke Pomersbach, who comes back to Punjab from Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Former all rounder Lehmann firm favourite to become next Oz ODI coach

Darren-LehmannSydney, Mar 1 : Former all rounder Darren Lehmann has emerged as a firm favourite to become Australia''s next limited-overs coach following reports that country''s cricket board is contemplating splitting the roles of Test, one-day and Twenty20 coach in the future.

It is understood that Cricket Australia (CA) is looking at splitting the roles of Test, one-day and Twenty20 coach in the future and Lehmann is in the box seat to be a national limited-overs coach, News. com. au reports.

Lehmann charged by CA for questioning Samuels’ bowling action

es/Darren-LehmannJohannesburg, Dec 26 : Big Bash League (BBL) team Brisbane Heat's coach Darren Lehmann has been charged by Cricket Australia (CA) for violating its behaviour code following his remarks on West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels' bowling action.

Lehmann made the remarks after the Heat''s loss to the Melbourne Renegades in Australia''s Twenty20 Big Bash League on Saturday, Sport24 reports.

The former Australian all rounder had said that Samuels couldn''t bowl in the IPL (Indian Premier League) last year, but is allowed to bowl in the ongoing BBL, and the authorities needed to look into the matter, it reported.

Symonds still has a future in Twenty20: Lehmann

Symonds career limited to IPL as CA mulls discontinuing his central contractLondon, June 7 : Former Australian cricketer Darren Lehmann believes that out-of-favour all-rounder Andrew Symonds still has a future in the game, especially in the Twenty20 format.

Symonds, who plays for the Deccan Chargers, the winners of the second edition of the Indian Premier League that was held in South Africa this year, has been assured he still has a home at Hyderabad.

Lehmann calls for Symonds inclusion in Ashes squad

Lehmann calls for Symonds inclusion in Ashes squadCape Town (S. Africa), May 18: Former Australian batsman and now manager of the IPL franchisee Deccan Chargers, Darren Lehmann, has called on the national selectors to include all-rounder Andrew Symonds in the Ashes squad.

Though Symonds has been written off by many as a contender for a place in the Test squad to England, due to be named on Wednesday, Lehmann said: "He''s good, he''s in good nick, he''s enjoying cricket and enjoying being with us, and I''m sure he''d enjoy being back with Australia as well.

Lehmann withdraws from race to coach England

Lehmann withdraws from race to coach EnglandMelbourne, Jan. 16 : Former Australian batsman Darren Lehmann has withdrawn from the race to coach the England cricket team, and instead, suggested that former team-mate Tom Moody take on the responsibility.

Lehmann, 38, last night said he preferred to concentrate on his first coaching foray with Indian Premier League side Deccan Chargers.

Champion Zimbabwe batsman and Moores'' assistant Andy Flower, ex-South African coach Graham Ford and former England spinner Ashley Giles are among candidates mentioned to steer England.

Lehman keen on England cricket coaching job

Lehman keen on England cricket coaching jobSydney, Jan 11: Former Australia batsman Darren Lehmann has thrown his hat into the ring for the England coach's job.

Recognised as one of the world's sharpest cricket brains, 38-year-old Lehmann on Saturday said that he would consider any offer from the England and Wales Cricket Board.

Lehmann, who played 27 Tests for Australia, began coaching Australia's academy side last year, and has already been signed by the Deccan Chargers for the Indian Premier League, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

Australia may consider not touring Pakistan, says Darren Lehmann

Former Australian Test player Darren Lehmann Sydney, Nov.26 : Former Australian Test player and president of the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA), Darren Lehmann, has said the team may not tour Pakistan in March next year if their continues to be a security risk in that country.

Lehmann said the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) and Cricket Australia (CA) would be careful about sending their players to the unstable nation.

"The best thing about the ACA and CA is we're very close, with security to our players being paramount," Fox Sports quoted Lehmann, as saying.




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