Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh are part of Australia’s 16-man team for the three-match One-Day International series that will follow the current Border-Gavaskar Test series. Both all-rounders are making their comebacks after spending a lot of time on the sidelines due to separate leg and ankle ailments.
Because to injury, Maxwell and Marsh were sidelined for the entire Big Bash League. After the T20 World Cup, the former suffered a freak accident at a house party and shattered his leg. Marsh, on the other hand, had a keyhole procedure to remove loose bone fragments and restore cartilage from his left ankle.
Cricket Fast bowler Jhye Richardson, who missed the BBL finals due to a hamstring injury, has also been welcomed back by Australia’s national selectors. Josh Hazlewood, meanwhile, is out due to an Achilles injury sustained while running on the soggy SCG outfield during the New Year’s Test match against South Africa.
The Pat Cummins-led team has chosen David Warner, who was recently ruled out of the final two Test matches in Indore and Ahmedabad due to an elbow fracture. Ashton Agar, who was dropped from the Test squad to play domestic cricket, has also done so.
Pat Cummins, David Warner, Travis Head, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Starc, Jhye Richardson, Adam Zampa, Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, and Sean Abbott make up Australia’s ODI squad for the India series.
“These games in India are a crucial part of our training considering that the World Cup is only a little more than seven months away. Glenn, Mitchell, and Jhye are all significant players in our hypothetical October squad “George Bailey, the selectors’ chair, remarked.
Josh would be a tremendous addition to this series, but Bailey continued, “We have adopted a careful approach ahead of a very critical winter in England, of which he will be a key part.
Australia will conclude a 50-day tour of India with a three-match series that will be played in Mumbai on March 17, Visakhapatnam on March 19, and Chennai on March 22. Before playing in the prestigious Ashes series, they might have to participate in the World Test Championship final.
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