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Won’t cross the line: Symonds

Melbourne: Allrounder Andrew Symonds Saturday said Australia will not hesitate in giving it back to the Indians if they continue to show their new-found aggression in the upcoming Test series but assured that the hosts would guard against being “silly and arrogant”.

“We want to turn up and respond to the challenge and get gung-ho about the entire thing but you need to be careful as well,” Symonds said.

“We want to be aggressive and competitive but at the same time don’t want to cross the line and be perceived as silly and arrogant,” he said.

The hard-hitting right-hander quipped Sreesanth would be missing the opportunity of having a go at the Aussies in their own backyard.

“He is more likely to miss it (than me). I have no problem in playing against him, it’s not some sort of gladiatorial contest. He chose a very aggressive line, a vocal line but that’s fine,” said Symonds.

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