All-rounder Moises Henriques has been included in the Australian squad for the first Test against India, while pacer Sean Abbott has been ruled out due to injury. Henriques, who was ruled out of the second practice game due to a hamstring stretch, passed the fitness test on Monday. He returned to the Test team after four years. The first Test will begin on December 17 in Adelaide.
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“Cricket all-rounder Moises Henriques has been named in the Australian squad for the first Test,” Cricket.com reports. Australia’s players continue to suffer injuries. Abbott was injured during the second practice game. In any case, he is likely to be fit in Melbourne until the start of the Melbourne Test on December 2 and will not travel to Adelaide with the team. Henriques last played Test cricket in Sri Lanka four years ago. He returned to the national team three years later and played a limited overs series against India.
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He is the second player to join the team late after Marcus Harris. David Warner and Will Pukowski have also been ruled out of the first Test due to injuries. Cameron Green and Harry Conway suffered head injuries in the second practice match, while Jackson Bird was also injured. Marcus Stoinis has a hamstring injury, Ashton Egger has a finger injury and fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood have minor injuries.