Australian cricket team has announced that “Cameron Green” is fit for the third Test against India. He had missed the first two Tests due to a finger injury, but he has recovered and is now available for selection. Although he was practicing in Delhi before the second Test, Australia decided not to rush his return. Green stated that he had suffered a few jarring instances in the nets while attempting a sweep, prompting them to sacrifice one game. With the year ahead, this decision was probably the right call, he added. Green’s return is a significant boost for the struggling Australian team, who are currently trailing 0-2 in the series. His right-handed batting option in the middle order and his ability to bowl can provide Australia with more options to consider in their playing eleven.
Pat Cummins missing the third Test against India, Australia’s all-rounder Cameron Green’s return from injury provides a favorable option on the bowling front. Although he missed the first two Tests, he has now declared himself fit for the third Test.
Green has been practicing his subcontinent skills and sweeping a lot, which he believes will help him perform well in India. He added that watching the first two games from the sideline has given him a good look at the conditions, and he is trying to learn about his game and read the conditions to find the best approach. The all-rounder was looking forward to having a couple of weeks at home to refresh and get back into his skills but is happy with the process he has gone through to recover from his injury.