Chris Jordan, who was called in as Mitchell Starc's replacement , has said that he is learning new things in the ongoing season of the league. "The boys in the camp are quite positive at the moment," said Jordan.
"We have everything that's gone before this behind us and we are really looking forward to the challenges ahead which we are trying to embrace. If we do come out winning, obviously it will be a great turnaround. Guys will be going into play-offs in great form, and who knows (what will happen) after going into backend of the tournament," he added optimistically.
"If I was in England, I would have been playing for my home club which is Sussex which I love playing for. But having had discussions with the top guys at the ECB, there is an opportunity to develop my game, develop my skills in a short space of time, so they encouraged me to go," said Jordan.
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