Finally the first ODI had been concluded with a opening win for Australia against India. Australia thrashed India by 66 runs which was played at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). This was the comeback game for Indian Team and lost in the opening match. In the game, Australia were dominating in every department. During the match, between the middle overs when Marcus Stoinis was bowling brilliantly, at that time he sustained a side strain which made him leaving the field by just bowling two balls of his seventh over. It is said that this injury can cause Marcus Stoinis missing the second ODI and Cameron Green, fast bowling all rounder could debut for the Australian Team.
The injury seems to be little critical and doesn’t ensures his presence in the next match. It’s highly unlikely to get recover in this short span of time as the second ODI will be played on Sunday at the same venue that is Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). It is said that the Western Australian all rounder Cameron Green can fill his place he couldn’t make into the playing XI. Cameron Green has also been picked in the Test Squad of Australian Team because of his tremendous First-Class Record. Cameron Green’s List-A numbers are in modest form.
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Justin Langer, Head Coach of Australian Team stated that if Marcus feels unwell then it would make Cameron Green a way towards debuting for the Australian Team if he could be play as a full time bowler for the unit.
He returned to the bowling after a span of 12 month in the First-Class cricket. Till, his only role was to bowl spell of 4 overs.
With the reference to Green, there is also an opening slot for all rounder for Moises Henriques who could make comeback for the national side since 2017. He was selected for the squad die to his astonishing performance in the Sheffield Shield.
With remaining two matches in the line of 3-matches ODI series, India are in the slot to win both the games to clinch the series. Australian team seems pretty dominant and that took India away from the game. By electing batting Australia registered 374 on the board and Indian could only manage to score 308 and lose the match by just 66 runs. The second ODI match is on 29th November 2020 that is on Sunday and will be held on Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).