We?re not going there to defend it, we?re going to win it again. There?s going to be more pressure on me. I think I?ll be able to handle it. Our biggest games are against Pakistan and India.india Updated: Jan 30, 2003 00:42 IST
Ricky Ponting: We’re not going there to defend it, we’re going to win it again. There’s going to be more pressure on me. I think I’ll be able to handle it. Our biggest games are against Pakistan and India.
Naseer Hussain: We don’t want any more security than any other team. We’ve toured South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya before and have been looked after well. We expect the same security.
Sourav Ganguly: We’re looking forward to meeting Pakistan again. It will be especially good for people back home ... but it’s unlikely to be a crunch game.
John Howard (Australian PM, right): I can’t put my hand on my heart and say you must not go there for safety reasons, although it is not the safest place in the world. It would be a good thing if the ICC cancelled the Zimbabwe part.