The Australian crioket team is worried about the sledging Michael Clarke may receive from New Zealand's players and fans during the upcoming test series.
Excuse me if I don't cry a river. Because the Australians have turned sledging into an artform.
Barbs about a player's private life may be below the belt, but it would be hard to match the past efforts of Australian players for sheer nastiness.
One such sledge is the now infamous "choo choo" directed at Chris Cairns, shortly after his sister had died in a train crash.
Sledging is a tactic directed towards putting opposition players off their game. Thankfully, our current test team is weak, so it's a tactic the Australians should not need to employ.