The all-rounder Cameron Green is recovering quickly from a finger injury and looks set to be included in Australia’s playing XI for the opening test against India which begins on February 9 in Nagpur.
The all-rounder Cameron Green is recovering quickly from a finger injury and looks set to be included in Australia’s playing XI for the opening test against India which begins on February 9 in Nagpur. Seam Bowling all-rounder Green, who is recovering from a finger injury on his left hand, also practiced bowling in the Alur nets. McDonald told reporters on the sidelines of the four-day training camp here: “We haven’t decided his place on the squad sheet. I wouldn’t say that he felt uncomfortable while he was bowling. ,
However, there are still some concerns regarding his hitting. The head coach accepted this, saying, “I would say that when he pitched, a ball went under the bat, which can be uncomfortable for anyone. He has progressed very well in the last two days, which also surprises me. ” ” ” ” The coach said: ′′ So he still has a chance to join the team, everything is going well, he could probably be on the ‘team sheet’. ,
Captain Pat Cummins had previously said that he would not bowl if Green were included in the Test. But Macdonald said that he has made good progress. Green’s inclusion in the squad will give Australia the option of including an additional specialist spinner. McDonald said his explosive starter, David Warner, is full of energy and is ready to make up for a poor performance on the last tour in the upcoming Test series. The trainer said: “Since I came here, I have not seen fatigue in David Warner.
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