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sport news Cricket firebrand Mitchell Johnson calls for 'dramatic change' to Australian ... trends now

sport news Cricket firebrand Mitchell Johnson calls for 'dramatic change' to Australian ... trends now

 Johnson wants young blood ushered into team  Points out that eight players are 32 or older  Says this summer is perfect time for change

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Fast-bowling great Mitchell Johnson believes Aussie selectors should use the upcoming Test series against Pakistan to make 'dramatic change' to the aging squad. 

Last week in an explosive newspaper column, Johnson claimed David Warner did not deserve a 'hero's farewell' this summer given his involvement in the notorious Sandpapergate cheating scandal in 2018.

Warner, 37,  is set to retire after the series - but Johnson believes he shouldn't be the only one preparing to move on.

In his latest column for The West Australian, Mitchell points out that eight players of the expected Australian team are aged 32 or older.

Warner's opener partner Usman Khawaja is 36, while skipper Steve Smith is 34. Nathan Lyon is 35, while Mitchell Starc 33.

Johnson believes Aussie selectors should use the Test series against Pakistan to make 'dramatic change' to side

Johnson believes Aussie selectors should use the Test series against Pakistan to make 'dramatic change' to side

Johnson pointed out that eight players of the expected Aussie team are aged 32 or older

Johnson pointed out that eight players of the expected Aussie team are aged 32 or older

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