Australia's Starc a doubt for Sri Lanka clash after being hit by ball

Australia's Starc a doubt for Sri Lanka clash after being hit by ball

28/10/2021 7:49:00 AM

Australia's Starc a doubt for Sri Lanka clash after being hit by ball

Australia paceman Mitchell Starc is being monitored by medical staff after being hit by a ball just above his knee during training ahead of their T20 World Cup match against Sri Lanka, the team said on Thursday.Left-armer Starc was struck by a return ball when bowling at practice earlier this week but he

Australia paceman Mitchell Starc is being monitored by medical staff after being hit by a ball just above his knee during training ahead of their T20 World Cup match against Sri Lanka, the team said on Thursday.Left-armer Starc was struck by a return ball when bowling at practice earlier this week but he trained on Wednesday.

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He had not been ruled out of the Sri Lanka game, which starts at 6 p.m. local time (1400 GMT) in Dubai, a team spokesman said.Video posted in Australian media on Thursday showed Starc grimacing and hobbling away from a net session.If Starc proves unfit to play, Australia have Kane Richardson in reserve should selectors opt to stick with pace or Ashton Agar if they decide to pick a second specialist spinner.

Starc, one of cricket's premier white-ball quicks, took two wickets in Australia's opening win over South Africa on Saturday.Aaron Finch-captained Australia are bidding for their first T20 World Cup title.(Reporting by Ian Ransom; Editing by Peter Rutherford) headtopics.com

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