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Australia Vs Pakistan Test Series commences Wednesday on Fox Sports @Foxtel

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   Mitchell Johnson in full flight last summer.  image source: Cal Sport Media/Rex

Mitchell Johnson in full flight last summer.
image source: Cal Sport Media/Rex

Australia’s tour of the United Arab Emirates continues this week when they face Pakistan in the first of two Test matches.

Fox Sports will be the only place to watch all the action LIVE beginning this Wednesday, October 22, with the opening day of the First Test from 4.30pm EDT on Fox Sports 2HD & Fox Sports 2.

Michael Clarke’s men are aiming for a clean sweep of the Pakistanis after claiming victory in all three One Day Internationals and the standalone Twenty20 contest.

The World No.2 Test nation take on Pakistan in the Test arena for the first time since 2010 looking to overtake South Africa at the top of the ICC standings.

Former Test paceman and Fox Sports Presenter Brendon Julian will join legendary former Australian Test captain Allan Border to host Fox Sports coverage.

Each day across both Tests, the duo will be accompanied by a rotating panel of experts including Mark Waugh, Damien Fleming, Stuart Clark and Robert Craddock to deliver thirty minutes of lead-in coverage as well as analysis at each session break.

There are also two exciting additions to the line-up for this series. Aussie bowling legend and taker of 563 Test wickets, Glenn McGrath will be joining the team for the first time along with recent South African Test hero, Ryan Harris who has taken time to join Fox Sports while recovering from a knee injury.

Plus, Tim Sheridan sits down with Mitchell Johnson for a special one-on-one interview that will air during the lunch break on day one. Mitch opens up about how injuries and tough times have helped shape him into one of the world’s most feared fast-bowlers.