Cameron Green News
New Replacement for Josh Inglis
Josh Inglis is swapped by all-arounder Cameron Green in the Australia team for the Twenty20 World Cup on Thursday after the wicketkeeper-batsman was forced to withdraw due to a cut to his right hand from a golfing accident.
Cause of Injury
When playing morning golf with some of his colleagues and coach Andrew McDonald at the New South Wales Golf Club on Wednesday, Inglis, who often serves as Matthew Wade’s backup, suffered a broken club in his hand.
Recent Matches Of Josh Inglis
Inglis also took part in the previous Men’s T20 World Cup team that participated in the United Arab Emirates. Before this incident, he had only played in three of Australia’s games. Including the two contests on the India tour. As well as the exhibition match against India on Monday at the Gabba.
Coach’s Comments on Injury
Australia coach Andrew McDonald described the incident as “an absolutely odd accident” on Thursday. The shaft of the weapon “snapped around the grip region as he made contact with the ground and cut into the palm of his right hand.”
Although there was no tendon damage, according to McDonald. Inglis had stitches put into his hand, making it difficult for him to grip the bat and consistently catch the ball.
A new addition to the Australian team
All-rounder Green, who didn’t make the initial selection. Now he has a new opportunity as a result of the injury to wicketkeeper-batsman Inglis. The 23-year-old opener in the T20I series against India last month smashed two fifties.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Event Technical Committee has cleared Cameron Green to take Josh Inglis’ position in the Australian team, according to a statement from the ICC.
Grenn’s T20 stats so for
Green, who has participated in seven T20Is, was chosen as Inglis’ substitute due to a right-hand injury that necessitated surgery. Green has played seven Twenty20 Internationals, totaling 136 runs and five wickets.
New Australia ODI captain
Pat Cummins will lead Australia to the ODI World Cup in 2023 as the test captain is elevated to the 50-over game on Tuesday. Cricket Australia made the decision to replace Aaron Finch with the 29-year-old on Tuesday morning.
Cummins defeated Mitch Marsh, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, and Alex Carey to become Australia’s 27th ODI captain. He is the first bowler to serve as Australia’s captain after succeeding Shane Warne in the role.
Updated Australia T20 World Cup squad:
Aaron Finch (c), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Tim David, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Matthew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, and Adam Zampa.