first_imgAdvertisement 1x8hbarNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsc9tdWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eo631( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) bq9jrWould you ever consider trying this?😱9ijq6Can your students do this? 🌚a12Roller skating! Powered by Firework Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon has backed the Australian team to do well in the upcoming limited- over series against India starting February 24. India and Australia are slated to play two T20 internationals followed by a five-match series.Advertisement Nathan Lyon, who has been named in the squad, said Australia have got the ability to “compete against the best” in foreign conditions.Nathan Lyon will be taking part in the Big Bash League (BBL) for Sydney Sixers.“We get a great opportunity to play a lot of white-ball cricket before the World Cup so I think if we can go out and enjoy ourselves, make sure our preparation is right, then we can compete against the best in their conditions as well. It will be a great challenge for us, there’s no point shying away from that. It’s a great opportunity for a young side,” Lyon was quoted as saying by ESPNCricinfo.Advertisement Coach Justin Langer has already said that the team travelling to India was not the final 2019 ICC World Cup squad.Lyon will be participating in the Big Bash League (BBL) for Sydney Sixers before flying to India. The right-arm bowler said his small stint in the tournament would help him strengthen his chances of playing in the upcoming 2019 World Cup.Advertisement “Hopefully my World Cup campaign, my selection, will start on Sunday. I just need to keep putting in good performances with the ball and making sure I can play my role, whichever side I’m playing in whether that’s the Sixers or Australia,” Lyon said.“I know my role in the Australian set-up with captain Aaron Finch, we just have to keep working on it and ensuring we are playing an exciting brand of cricket. There’s a massive couple of goals just around the corner for the Australian side,” he added. Advertisementlast_img