The Ashes: In sight of Rod Marsh's record, Haddin wants Aussies to win Oval Test

Aussie keeper feels milestones can wait as veteran stars aims to play 2015 ICC World Cup.

updated: August 20, 2013 14:11 IST
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Brad Haddin is keen to play the 2015 ICC World Cup that will be held in Australia and New Zealand. This is inspite of the fact that he has not been Australia's regular wicketkeeper in the ODI format. Haddin last played an ODI in February this year against West Indies.

In the ongoing Ashes series, Haddin is back as the No. 1 keeper ahead of Matthew Wade. He is on the brink of breaking the record for the most dismissals in a Test series as England and Australia gear up for the fifth and final Test at The Oval.

Haddin is keen to extend his career. He wants to play the return Ashes series in Australia later this year and also the 2015 World Cup.

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