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Australia unleash secret weapons Oscar Piastri and Joel Selwood to help deliver Ashes success

Australia unleash secret weapons Oscar Piastri and Joel Selwood to help deliver Ashes success

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Never mind Bazball. Nathan Lyon has had to admit defeat in the Lord’s nets to the new cricketing force that is Piastriball.

Australian Formula 1 star Oscar Piastri and AFL legend Joel Selwood were invited to have a bit of fun at the end of practice by the national team before Wednesday’s second Ashes Test.

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McLaren rookie Piastri demonstrated that he packs a punch with the bat as he took on first-Test hero Lyon, having been loaned the spinner’s bat and batting gear, and caught hold of a real beauty aimed over mid-wicket.

“Yeah, he hit it pretty well — I’ll give it to him,” said an impressed Lyon, when one onlooker suggested it would have been a six if it hadn’t ballooned into the nets.

“Well played!”

He also liked the look of Piastri’s forward defensive, laughing: “He’s almost got a better defence than a Pom … am I allowed to say that?”

Oscar Piastri and Joel Selwood chat to Pat Cummins, David Warner and Usman Khawaja during a net session at Lord’s. Credit: Getty Images

London-based Piastri, who was enjoying a free day before flying off for the Austrian Grand Prix, also faced a few — thankfully gentle — deliveries from Mitchell Starc, and also looked to have some pace himself as he hurled down an over at Marnus Labuschagne.

Starc was overlooked for the first Ashes Test and is so used to being sidelined by Australia that he couldn’t appear to be more laid back about the big decision that awaits selectors before the Lord’s Test this week.

At least, that’s the way the beanpole comes across as he shrugs with a smile: “If I do get a chance, it’s going to be an exciting week; if not, the lunches here are pretty good too!”

The 33-year-old was the unlucky quick to miss out on selection for the thrilling first-Test win at Edgbaston but is tipped to be thrust straight back into the fray for the second match at the home of cricket beginning on Wednesday.

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When it was suggested to him England were preparing for his swift left-arm assault in practice at Lord’s because they’re evidently convinced he’ll play on a wicket that looks greener and livelier than the Edgbaston pudding, Starc just grinned: “Do they know something our selectors don’t?”

Adamant that he’s not concerned about the speculation after being dropped 11 times down the years by Australia, he explained on Monday that he had become accustomed to the ups and downs of being sidelined only to be brought back as a key strike bowler.

“I’m used to it from last time,” he smiled. “I’ve been around long enough, been dropped enough, probably been dropped the most in this squad, so it’s not something new for me. It probably won’t be the last time either.

Oscar Piastri gave Marnus Labuschagne a signed McLaren shirt after training. Credit: Twitter – @OscarPiastri

“It’s never fun, everyone wants to play. If and when I get a turn, I’ll be ready to go. If not this week, then I’ll get ready for Headingley.”

But all the signs are that he will be thrust in this week, most likely at the expense of Scott Boland, who was targeted by the English batters at Edgbaston.

Starc has taken 37 wickets in 10 Tests in England but only featured once in 2019, when his four wickets at Old Trafford helped Australia retain the Ashes.

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