Australia got a big blow from the first test match, after Mitchell Starc this match winner bowler was out of the team
Australia got a big blow before the first test match, after Mitchell Starc Josh Hazelwood out of the team
Josh Hazelwood: The test series between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) is going to start in Nagpur from 9th February. The Australian team is currently present in India for the Border Gavaskar Trophy and is practicing with full vigor to face the Test series. But even before the start of the Test series, the Australian team has suffered a major setback.
Jos Hazlewood out of first test
Yes friends, Australia’s best fast bowler Josh Hazelwood will not be a part of Australia’s team in the first test match. According to information, bowler Josh Hazlewood was injured during the Test match played in Sydney last month. Till now Josh Hazlewood has not recovered from that injury due to which he has not got permission to play Test match against India.
Hazlewood’s leg is hurt
According to information, Josh Hazlewood has injured his leg. He is yet to recover from the injury to his left leg. Due to which he has been asked to rest in an unfortunate manner. However, it is certain that he will not play in the first Test match. But whether he will be a part of the team in the next three Test matches or not, this time also there is doubt.
At present, the Australian team is present in Alur and is practicing for the Test series there. Josh Hazlewood is also with his team but he has not been able to take part in the practice session. Let us tell you that even before the start of Border Gavaskar Trophy, the absence of Josh Hazlewood is definitely a matter of concern for Australia.
Josh Hazlewood had said that not only Australia but India is also working hard to reach the final of the World Test Championship. In such a situation, we are also making continuous efforts to move towards a big victory. But no one knew that Josh Hazlewood himself would be ruled out of the Test. Now Scott Boland may get a chance in his place.
Australia team for test
Pat Cummins – Captain, Ashton Agar, Scott Boland, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Peter Handscomb, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Lance Morris, Todd Murphy, Matthew Renshaw, Steve Smith – Vice-captain, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner.
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