Australia’s strength always has been a fast bowling all rounder. A role that Shane Watson played a few years and now Cameron Green is doing the same job for Australian team. Things haven’t been quite promising for the team as India regained BGT in mere 5 completed days of test cricket.
With entry of Green, Australian team has got more flexibility in their order now, with a capable batter and a wicket taking bowler. Green can play both runs on any given day for the team. He has been in form for quite some time now, he has impressed with maturity and on field discipline.
Green, while talking to cricket.com.au about his fitness, said,“Yeah, now going really well. I was so, so close last game, but I think probably having an extra week has helped a lot. So yeah, 100% ready to go. Yeah, my bowling is actually going really well. I think we probably thought maybe the the ball on the back of the finger kind of rolling off might be painful, but that’s being completely fine. And yeah, it’s probably been my batting that’s probably taking a bit longer. But yeah, all good to go now.
Green will join the team for the next match starting from 28, this certainly means that either Todd Murphy or Matthew Kuhnemann will be making the vacant position. Australia has missed a proper fast bowling line-up and with entry of Green alongside Mitchell Starc, the team will gain some confidence.
“I think maybe Indore is a really bouncy wicket and over here it’s not bouncing as much, so that’s probably just a another bit that I’m trying to learn about my game and about trying to read the conditions and and what to do in different conditions. So yeah, that’s kind of been nice about watching the first two games. You can kind of work out what’s probably the best approach. And yeah, I think we just have to wait and see what we get indoor,” Green said.