Justin Langer urges Oz selectors to keep faith in players

Langer said it was worrying to see players getting a break in the national side despite being relatively raw in the domestic circuit.

updated: March 11, 2013 11:06 IST
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The Australians may have been dismal so far in the ongoing Test series against India but former batsman Justin Langer feels the selectors should keep faith in the players and avoid a "chopping and changing" policy.

Langer urged the selectors to retain opener Phil Hughes, who has been unimpressive despite being in form at the time of selection.

"I would be so disappointed if he didn't play the next Test. He has been brilliant again all summer," Langer told 'The Daily Telegraph' pointing to Hughes' 233 runs at 46 against Sri Lanka, 673 Sheffield Shield runs at 56 for South Australia and 416 one-day runs at 52.

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