My fitness is pretty good, and now it’s just a matter of working out every session between now and this date (June 7), Hazlewood told ICC.
We’ll probably have three to four more sessions – batting against the ball and then a couple more days in the nets or on the center wicket in London, so we just need to mark the last few moments and get a good pull after each session.
That was pretty close (to full pace today). I went down to the bowling yesterday to relax and get a little more out of today’s session, so I’m feeling good.
After a long trip, you always want to be the first to disperse the cobwebs, stretch out and do some runs to get the blood flowing.
It’s always good to make the first run, and when we get to London, we’ll go inside.
According to cricket.com.au, Australia will hold its first full UK training session on Thursday at Beckenham, which is 20 kilometers from central London.
Pat Cummins and his charges will train at Kent Field over the weekend, as both sides will only have access to Oval Field two days before the match.