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Fourth Test, 1948 Ashes Series - Background
... Middle-order batsman Neil Harvey replaced the injured opener Sid Barnes, who had collapsed while fielding during the Third Test after being hit in the ribs by a ... rather than in his customary position in the middle-order ... Middle-order batsman Tom Dollery, who had made only 38 in three innings in the Second and Third Tests, was replaced by all-rounder Ken Cranston ...
Sam Loxton With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948
... all rounder, Loxton played as a right-handed middle-order batsman and a right-arm fast medium bowler who reinforced the frontline pace attack of Ray Lindwall ... two Tests reserve opening batsman Bill Brown played out of position in the middle-order ... Lindwall and Miller to save their energy for the Tests, and he occasionally batted above the middle-order ...
Third Test, 1948 Ashes Series - Background
... ball attack, then England should have reshuffled their batting order to place their beleaguered opener down the order ... the opening bowlers, and could be used in the middle order as an aggressor ... reserve opener, but Bradman opted to play him out of position in the middle-order, instead of using a specialist ...
Lindsay Hassett With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948 - Fourth Test
... and open with Morris, while the teenaged Harvey came into the middle-order ... With Barnes injured, Hassett moved from the middle-order to open the innings with Morris ... same over and Australia were in trouble at 3/68, but they recovered after a middle-order counterattack took them to 458 early on the fourth day ...

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