10 Feb 2009

McCullum will continue to stand up to the quicks

11:21 am on 10 February 2009

The New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendan McCullum says he'll do everything possible to play in today's 4th Chappell-Hadlee one day cricket match in Adelaide which could see the Black Caps clinch the series.

McCullum should know the outcome of scans on his injured shoulder today and he says he'll take advise from the doctors before deciding whether to play.

McCullum says he's still stiff and sore after being hit by a Kyle Mills delivery while standing up at the wickets in Sydney on Sunday night.

However he says if he does play, he won't be changing his keeping style and will continue to standup to the quick bowlers....