World Cup 2019: Ricky Ponting warns Australia of bouncers against India at OvalAustralia were rattled by pace and bounce in their last match of the World Cup 2019 by the West Indies, which they eventually managed to win by 15 runs in Nottingham.advertisement Reuters LondonJune 8, 2019UPDATED: June 8, 2019 08:51 IST Australia were rattled by pace and bounce in their last game against West Indies (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSAustralia will face India at The Oval in London on June 9Australia have won both their games in World Cup 2019Australia had knocked out India in the semi-finals of the 2015 World CupAustralia assistant coach Ricky Ponting expects India to select an extra fast bowler on Sunday to exploit the holders’ vulnerability to short-pitched deliveries seen in their scrappy win over the West Indies in the World Cup.The Caribbean pace battery terrorised Australia’s top order at Trent Bridge, reducing them to 38-4 in the eighth over, with Oshane Thomas hitting Usman Khawaja on the helmet in an illustration of the top order’s obvious discomfort.Steve Smith added 72 and Nathan Coulter-Nile hit 92 to help Australia build a respectable score, though the side still collapsed for 288 with one over left of their full quota.India preferred Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s swing to Mohammed Shami’s pace against South Africa, but they might sacrifice one of their two frontline spinners to accommodate a paceman at the Oval, Ponting suggested.”(Jasprit) Bumrah we know is a very good new ball bowler and I’m sure he’ll mix it up and bowl some short stuff and some full stuff,” Ponting told cricket.com.au referring to the currently top-ranked ODI bowler.”Bhuvneshwar will probably not worry you too much with his pace or his bouncers. Hardik (Pandya) can maybe rush you a little bit, so maybe they have a decision to make on the overall make up of their side.”Do they maybe go with only the one spinner and use (all-rounder) Kedar Jadhav as a second spinner and play another fast bowler?”We’ll worry about that in the next couple of days and make sure all the boys are prepared.”advertisementA three-time World Cup winner himself, Ponting said he would discuss the matter with Khawaja and Glenn Maxwell, who responded to one short delivery with an unusual attempt to pull the ball, only to lose his wicket.”Usman got hit again … so he’s had a few hits in the last few weeks. I haven’t spoken to him (to see) if he’s rattled, but that’s part and parcel of top order batting against brand new balls…”You’ve got to find a way to cope and a way to get through hostile spells knowing that it’s not going to last forever,” Ponting said.”It’s a bit of an uncharacteristic shot from (Maxwell) as well. He’s not a natural hooker and puller of the ball anyway,” said Ponting.”It’s just a little bit of a blip on the radar that we’ll have a chat about and make sure we’re prepared for the next game.”For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow India vs AustraliaFollow World Cup 2019 Next
The established practice of charging fees by the Nova Scotia Museum system is being reflected in an amendment introduced today, Nov. 24, by Minister of Tourism, Culture and Heritage Percy Paris. The change to the Nova Scotia Museum Act confirms a previous government decision in 1994 to allow museum fees, but was never included in the act. There are no increases to public admission fees at museums planned because of the change to the act. “This is a housekeeping step to confirm government’s long standing management of the fee structure for its museums,” said Percy Paris, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Heritage. “Revenue from museum fees helps support the operations of each museum site in performing its role in heritage stewardship and interpretation.” Fees charged by museums include public admission and rentals of museum facilities. The Nova Scotia Museum system consists of 11 directly managed sites and 16 locally managed sites which are operated by independent societies, municipalities and commissions. The amendment to the act does not affect them.