Adam Gilchrist’s ‘Cameron Green’ warning goes in vain

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The much-awaited Border-Gavaskar Trophy starts on 9th February in Nagpur. The preparations from the hosts and visitors are in full flow. Steve Smith in the media event revealed the info on allrounder Cameron Green. There are many injuries in the Aussies camp, especially in the bowling department. Cameron Green and Mitchell Starc were not available for the first test, but Josh Hazelwood joined the injury camp and is most likely to get fit by the third test.

What Steve Smith said on Cameron Green’s update

” I don’t think he’s even faced fast bowling yet, so I dare say he won’t be playing, bit who knows. I don’t even know what he’s done at training, I sort of focusing on my work. We will wait and see but it’s unlikely I think”

Green had injured his right index finger during the South African Test series and batted more than a hundred balls to save the test match. After the injury, he did surgery also. According to many reports, he might only bat in the first test.

Adam Gilchrist’s trump card for Aussies

In SEN’s podcast, the former wicketkeeper batsman said,

I think they’ll start with Green at six, assuming he’s fully fit and not hindered by that finger injury at all. the way he played in Sri Lanka, it almost looks like he develops before our eyes every time he plays the game

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