it depends what type of domestic your talking about but I'm pretty sure that they can in most forms of Australian domestic cricket
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NO IPL matches not considers as International Matches because it is Domestic league of India where foreign players allowed to play.
4 foreign players allowed per team
Pakistani is facing lack of experience players and the current condition why the Pakistan team is down is because of weak domestic cricket system
there is nothing special in Australian team as every team has 11 players
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The significance of the baggy green cap is that it symbolizes the Australian pride. The cap itself is a cricket cap and it is considered to be the most famous cricket cap.
Ricky Ponting, Don Bradman, Matthew Hayden, Adam Gilchrist, etc.
Simply, AFL was created to keep cricket players fit in their off season.
Most cricket players at the national level actually have a custom made cricket bat. The Grey Nicholls (or other) logo on the bat is just a sponsorship endorsement, not the maker of the bat themselves.