Cricketzine prediction: Cameron Green ‘Touch and Go’ for den Nagpur-Test

However, he is happy with his progress and says he can participate in batting and bowling in the IPL.

Australian all-rounder Cameron Green has revealed he is ‘touch-and-go’ for his first Test in India after surgery on his finger, but bowling availability at IPL Alleviated my doubts about

Green broke his right index finger on his boxing day against South Africa in Melbourne. He was able to bat in Australia’s first innings and was unbeaten for half a century, but was disqualified from the Sydney Tests after he needed surgery to repair a broken bone.

At his SEN WA in Perth on Wednesday night, Green said his recovery schedule was ahead of Australia’s first test of his four-game series against India in Nagpur, which starts on 9 February. I made it clear that it would be tight.

“I think Starsie [Mitchell Stark] and I may be volatile at first, but it’s clear we’re doing the best for each other,” Green said. “[It’s going well. The surgery was a success in Sydney and the surgeon is very happy with the results. I think he had a successful operation on Tim Payne, so that gives me a lot of confidence.”

“Rehabilitation will take him two weeks, and then he’ll start running for two weeks, work his shoulders and back, and double check that he’s not frozen. Take it and see how it works. Hold a cricket bat and see how it feels. At this point, my [fingers] feel really good, no pain, and after four weeks I have a little bit of confidence that everything will be fine. We will meet [as a team] in Sydney for the Allan Border Medal (ceremony) and leave the next day to go to India. “

Stark is also recovering from a tendon injury to his left middle finger, which also occurred in his test in Melbourne and was ruled out of Sydney.

On January 30th, the Aranborder Order Award Ceremony will be held. Test in Australia His team’s plan was to host his optional three-day training camp in Sydney before the India tour, coinciding with the event. The team then travels to India to complete seven days of center wicket practice without a warm-up game before the first Test.

This took Green around ten days from first having the ball and bat to playing in the first Test in India, with two days lost to travel.

Green plans to stay a monster in Mumbai as he is likely to stay after the series is complete after testing to play in the IPL after the Indians bought a large amount at his IPL auction.

Prior to the IPL auction, a written communication was sent to the IPL franchise on December 23, stating that Green would not be able to throw the ball for four weeks after the conclusion of the Fourth Test on March 13.

However, Greene said he did not know where this communication came from and that it was a mistake and that it could serve Indians in Mumbai from the start of the IPL. “No, it’s not,” Green said.

“I’ve been hearing about this for quite some time. I don’t know where it’s coming from. I spoke to the selector.

“I’ve heard that both IPL skills are 100% available to start, so I’m not sure where that came from. “Obviously my number one priority is a series of tests, before the first one is passed.”

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