BLOOD-THIRSTY quick Doug Bollinger has vowed to rip apart a wobbly West Indies and help secure the Frank Worrell Trophy for Australia in Adelaide…

“I am happy to take five of their throats, if you like. It doesn’t bother me,” Bollinger said.

“I like to be loud and obnoxious. I will do my best to make sure we keep them down.

“Everyone is out there to win, playing for Australia, and while they are down you have to try and take hold of it…”

“They are not bunnies, they are a good team,” the colourful Bollinger said.

“They just got beaten by a better team in Brisbane.

“Chanderpaul is a very good batter. He likes to face a lot of balls and is just a rare talent.

“Sarwan bats long and well and Gayle could go off at any time…”

“I am just going out there and will really enjoy everyone’s company and be happy to put my baggy green on for the second time,” said Bollinger, who debuted against South Africa in Sydney in January.

“If I get more opportunities, fantastic. I would like to do something for myself and the team to keep me going around.

“Consistency and patience in my game, that is what I have learnt the most…”


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