Outside the series against Australian fast bowler Hazelwood and belly commons Pakistan
Stomach Cummins and Josh Hazel Wood did not attend a one-day series against England
The Australian bowlers’ fast bowlers will not play cricket series against the belly belly belly and Josh Hazel Wood.
Both the players were not fully recovered from the engine. Pakistan will host the series against Australia in October this year in the United Arab Emirates.
In this series, two tests, five-one day and one T20 match will be played between the two teams. Stomach Cummins and Josh Hazel Wood did not attend a one-day series against England, while both the fast bowlers did not play any match after South Africa. The idea was that during the tour of South Africa, there was a case of hair tapping, after which the captain was banned for a year on Steve Smith and Opener David Winner. On the other side, fast bowler Mitchell Stark has started re-practice and he is proud to play the first test match against Pakistan. He also did not attend the team in England. The team physiotherapist David Bacley says, ‘There is improvement in the pain of the stomach and the body, but they are not bowling.’ ‘Unfortunately, he is not at the level in October that intensely requires a test match.’ He expressed his hope that he could be available for Australia in the ODI series against South Africa in November.