In the ongoing five-match one-day series against India, Australia comfortably chased down two 300-plus targets while nothing up nearly 350 runs when batting first in the Canberra ODI.
"Many people think that the balance between bat and ball in ODI cricket favors the batsmen too much. This might be true, but I think international bowling standards are at an all-time low," Jones, who represented Australia in the 1980s and early 90s, wrote in his column for a newspaper.,
He added, "Bowlers just need to bowl better lines and read the game and batsmen's hitting zones better." With such a packed international calendar, Jones believed it is difficult to produce the best at the top level consistently.

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