According to reports, all-rounder Cameron Green is doubtful for the second Test of the four-match series, which gets underway on Friday in Delhi.
Green’s recuperation was still going according to plan on Tuesday, but it’s still not certain if he will be declared fit.
Australia, who lost the first Test by an innings and 132 runs, depends on Cameron Green’s availability to strike the right chord.
Since injuring his finger against South Africa on Boxing Day, Green has been out from competition. His comeback to the team has also been delayed when the same finger was injured during a training session prior to the Border-Gavaskar series. He’s healing from a lot and isn’t quite ready to depart yet, according to word on the street. A lot of pins (were placed) in the finger to treat a more complex finger injury from when he had it fractured in Melbourne, according to cricket analyst Adam Collins, speaking to SEN WA.
They could be cautious with Cameron Green since “he reinjured it somewhat in Bangalore at training camp last week.”
According to The Age, Michell Starc is anticipated to be healthy for the second Test and might take the place of Scott Boland.
Boland told reporters, “I felt like I bowled well, but when you’re bringing in someone like Mitchell Starc, who is a cannon in these circumstances and has bowled extremely well in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, perhaps I made the selectors’ choice a little tougher than what it initially was.”
Naturally, I want to play. I relished the challenge of bowling in these many circumstances. I simply need to make it as difficult as I can for the selectors to choose someone.