Today cricket match player prediction: Broken finger rule Cameron Green out of Sydney test

Cameron Green will miss the New Year’s test against South Africa in Sydney, Cricket Australia confirmed.A scan revealed a minor fracture to the all-rounder’s right index finger. He won’t be bowling for the rest of the test, but he can bat.

The 23-year-old Green hit his finger with Henrich’s Norce shot on matchday two in Melbourne on Tuesday (December 27). He was treated by a team doctor and retired with an injury. This is the second player to leave the field that day, after Double Centurion David Warner who had a seizure. Green’s lack of possession of the ball complicates Australia’s push to victory in Melbourne despite their dominant position in the game. The hosts have Mitchell Stark nursing his finger after injuring his catch on the first day of testing.Incidentally, it was because of Stark’s injury that Green won the extended bowl, and 5 him. finished in the first Test match at the wickets of

The all-rounder will tie the Whites in his next marquee-away series against India, leaving Australia with a selection decision for the New Year’s Test, which they hope will somehow tip the balance by picking an extra batter or bowler. is ready. Alternatively, you can call on Western Australian all-rounder Aaron Hardy, who posted an impressive 174* in last season’s Sheffield Shield Final and put in a great performance for the senior team on the Sri Lanka Tour this winter.

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