Australian all-rounder Shane Watson told that it would be more enjoyable for him to win the International Cricket Council World Cup 2015 and it would stand at a higher plinth compared to the ICC World Cup 2007. He said to the official website of Cricket Australia that we always dream about playing in a World Cup, let alone one in your own home, it would be strained. He is very excited. If everything pans out form wise, fitness wise, he could be involved, because it is strained to think that it is come along in his career time,” Watson said to the official website of Cricket Australia.

Watson also said that the attainment would be greater now because he is a senior player in the team. This campaign he is going to be hopefully a lot more involved playing-wise, bowling-wise, batting-wise and leadership-wise in the team. So it would surely be a greater attainment because he is more of a senior player compared to being just a young buck in there just doing his thing with all the legends around him.

 Watson said the quality of players in the 2007 Australia team is awesome. He was a young boy in there to just provide a little bit of a part, Watson added. Watson’s fitness will be censorious as he missed the last two tours of Zimbabwe and UAE for his injury problems.

 Captain Michael Clarke declared that Watson will be his No. 3 in the limited overs team. Watson will have to quickly return to playing to international cricket. He promoted in the final of the Matador Cup 2014-2015.  The International Cricket Council World Cup 2015 will start from 14th February, 2015 and Australia will play their 1st match against England in the 2nd match of that day.

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