Australia vs England: Josh Hazlewood ruled out of Gabba ODI
Australia vs England: Josh Hazlewood ruled out of Gabba ODI
England opener Jonny Bairstow top scored with 60 to put his side on top from the start of their chase
19 January, 2018, 05:57
Australia won the toss and elected to bat first after making three changes to its team for Friday's second one-day cricket global against England at the Gabba.
Already with the squad, Jhye Richardson is tipped to make his ODI debut alongside second-gamer Andrew Tye and Mitchell Starc.
Australia, who are now trailing 0-1 in the five-match series, will aim to bounce back in the series when they head into the second Test, while England will look to continue their momentum after having lost the Ashes series 0-4.
Josh Hazlewood won't take his place in Australia's ODI side, ruled out of Friday's game due to illness.
Rested from the series-opening loss on Sunday, Hazlewood was set to replace Pat Cummins before he got sick.
However, England have also been affected as batsmen Joe Root and James Vince also showed symptoms of the virus. "While Josh has gone down - Patty and Steve during the Test match - does cause a bit of angst among the group. Guys don't want to hang around with each other in case they're spreading it on, but the guys that are there to come in and potentially take their spot if they need are in great form as well".
In fact, with wicket-keeper Paine having still not fully recovered, the selectors have called up Alex Carey, who plays for South Africa, to induct him into the eleven should the need so arise.
Prior to the first ODI in Melbourne, Richardson, who has been clocked at 149 kph over the past year, admitted that he is willing to play any role. I could have to come in and try to tie up an end during a period where they're going really well. In the Big Bash, you can go for a few boundaries but one dot ball out of 24 is [more important] than one out of 60.
"It's pretty exciting to know that I'm not too far away; it's every boy's dream to play for Australia and coming back from football it's probably happened quicker than I thought", he said. "It's always got good bounce and carry for the bowlers as well".
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