Andrew MacDonald: Glenn Maxwell will be excellent for ODI series against India

Andrew McDonald, the coach of Australia, spoke candidly about Glenn Maxwell’s injury. If the all-rounder gets healthy in time, he may play in the upcoming ODI series against India, the coach stated. Due to a leg ailment, Maxwell was unable to participate in the current Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He is, however, making a good recovery from his injury and has already shown signs of being ready to return to the field.

Maxwell will be under a lot of strain during the Test series against India, according to McDonald, but the all-rounder should be able to play in the ODIs, which will take place from March 17 to 22.

Maxwell will start the one-day series (against) if he completes everything that he needs to.India, a Tests-watching nation). Anything after that will be discussed, according to the coach, according to cricket.com.au.

Following Australia’s elimination from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, Maxwell broke his leg. The cricket player, 34, slipped at a friend’s party and needed surgery before he could begin his rehabilitation.

The past three and a half months have been quite the adventure, necessitating numerous early morning workouts, rehab sessions, pool sessions, and physiotherapy. Maxwell was reported by Fox Sports as saying, “I feel like I am at the back-end of that now and able to play some cricket.

Also, he regretted missing the present Test series between Australia and India, where Australia had already dropped the first game.two exams. The unusual injury, he claimed, will probably bother him for the rest of his life.

most likely continue to bother me for the rest of my life. Especially over there, it’s fantastic to have the chance to see your teammates play. Since I’ve been watching tests there, I believe they have the best group I’ve seen travel to India, at least,” Maxwell had observed while providing commentary for a Big Bash League (BBL) game on Fox Cricket.

Also Read :At Junction Oval, Wes Agar and Matthew Short lead a 15-wicket opening day.