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Cameron Green and Travis Head Cleared for Action as Australia and West Indies Confirm Playing XI for 2nd Test Despite Covid-19 Concerns | Lotus365


Cameron Green and Travis Head Cleared for Action as Australia and West Indies Confirm Playing XI for 2nd Test Despite Covid-19 Concerns | Lotus365
Cameron Green and Travis Head Cleared for Action as Australia and West Indies Confirm Playing XI for 2nd Test Despite Covid-19 Concerns

Lotus365 news got to here that the upcoming pink ball Test between Australia and the West Indies at Gabba is poised to be the decisive clash of the summer series. As both teams unveil their confirmed playing XI, Australian supporters can breathe a collective sigh of relief, overcoming challenges posed by injuries and Covid-19.


Scheduled to unfold at Gabba in Brisbane on Thursday, the final Test holds significant importance for both sides in the two-game series.

In the lead-up to the pivotal match, both teams have finalized their starting XI. Australia faced initial uncertainties with Usman Khawaja and Travis Head, who were included despite injury and Covid-19 concerns informed to Lotus365 news portal.


Khawaja, who suffered a blow in the Adelaide Test and underwent several tests for concussion, has fortunately been cleared to play in the final Test. His resilience ensures his presence on the field at Gabba on Thursday.


Travis Head, who recently tested positive for Covid-19, has received the green light from the medical staff to participate in the crucial match. Despite earlier worries surrounding Cameron Green and coach Andrew McDonald testing positive for Covid-19, Australia has alleviated concerns by including both Green and Head in the playing XI for the final Test. Matt Renshaw, serving as a backup batter, will only join the squad on Thursday due to prior commitments to BBL.


On the West Indies side, there is a solitary change in the playing XI for the pink ball Test, with Kevin Sinclair making his debut at Gabba, replacing Gudakesh Motie. Sinclair's inclusion bolsters the batting depth in the visitor's camp.

As the stage is set for a gripping series finale, Australia aims to secure their claim on the series, while the West Indies fight for survival. With players overcoming challenges, the anticipation for the final Test at Gabba is at an all-time high. For more news fallow Lotus365 News Portal.

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