Australian cricket A 15-man team for the first two tests of Ashes this summer has been announced.left handed Usman Hawaja Recall with right arm pacemaker Jay Richardson.
The Ashes series will start on December 8th at home in Khawaja, Gabba, Brisbane. The 34-year-old player made his last appearance for Australia in the 2019 Ashes Series and has been scoring in domestic cricket matches in Queensland.
Chairman of the Selection Committee, George Bailey, Said Khawaja had great contact. Bailey added that the left-hander brings a calm, consistent and experienced element to the batting lineup.
“Similarly, Usman Khawaja (Usman Khawaja) has also maintained close contact. He brings a calm, consistent and experienced component to the batting lineup and is a mature scorer at the test level.He also has the ability to hit the ball in a series of positions in the batting sequence,” Bailey said, as quoted by Cricbuzz.
Khawaja conducted 12 tests on England, an average of 30 times, but it increased to 43.44 in the 6 ash tests in the country.
In addition to Kavaja, Bailey also praised Richardson for his focus on red ball cricket, adding that he brought extraordinary skills to the team.
“Jhye saw the reward of focusing on his red ball cricket in this series.We know he has extraordinary skills and are excited about what he brings to the team, now his body is back on track,” Bailey said.
Mitchell Marsh, The hero of Australia’s eight wins new Zealand In the 2021 T20 World Cup, failed to qualify for the 15-man squad.Instead, the selector supports Cameron Green For the role of all-rounder.
The Australian team participates in the first two ashes tests:
David Warner, Marcus Harris, Steve Smith, Travis Hyde, Manus Labusiane, Usman Kavaja, Tim Payne, Came Ron Green, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Stark, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Swimpson, Nathan Lyon, Jay Richardson, Michael Naser.