Cameron Green, an all-rounder, may hold the key to Australia’s ability to mount a comeback after falling behind 0-1 in the first of the four Test matches in Nagpur. The right little finger of the all-rounder who bowls at a medium speed fractured while he was batting against South Africa in the Boxing Day Test. Australia will have the option of fielding three spinners if Green is well.
In the first Test match, which India won by an innings and 132 runs, the two frontline slow bowlers to appear were veteran off-spinner Nathan Lyon and rookie off-spinner Todd Murphy.
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Michael Vaughan Feels Cameron Green Not Likely To Provide Anything Extra For Australia
The towering all-rounder has not faced the fast bowlers in the practise nets, but The Age claims that Green has been bowling at full speed. He’s still practising catching with a rubber ball.
Uncapped left-arm spinner Matthew Kuhnemann has boarded the touring Australian team, however his participation may be contingent on Green’s level of match fitness, according to The Age.
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Josh Hazlewood, a fast bowler out with a left Achilles injury, is reportedly questionable for the second Test in Delhi. Despite missing the first Test due to a finger injury, the team’s premier strike bowler, Mitchell Starc, is anticipated to train in Delhi before to the Test match.
Michael Vaughan, a former England captain, told foxsports.com.au that Green is not likely to provide the extra ingredient Australia needs.
“You will always miss an all-rounder, but let’s be honest, he’s not Harry Potter or Superman, ” Vaughan said.
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