Cameron Green says he’s prepared to club in Australia’s top order to reclaim a place in the Ashes line- up for its meeting with England at Old Trafford coming week after missing the third Test due to injury.
Green was sidelined with a minor hamstring strain and in his absence relief Mitchell Marsh shone with the club, scoring a century in Australia’s first innings in its three- gate loss at Headingly.
Marsh’s form means he’s anticipated to retain his place for the fourth Test, which begins on Wednesday, with Green more likely to challenge opening batter David Warner, who plodded in Leeds, for a spot in the line- up.
“ It might be a bit tougher as an allrounder when you have to drift your 15 to 20 (overs) a game and also also club No. 4, ” said Green.
“ I suppose being an allrounder presumably Shane Watson is the only( nature) who comes to mind doing that. I ’m not too sure how much he sailed.
“ But I suppose anyone would be happy to club anywhere to play test justice.
“ You always put your hand up for selection but have to stay and see what pickers suppose.”
Watson was the last allrounder to open the fur for Australia, doing so 29 times during his 59- Test career, while Green, who sailed an normal of 15 overs in the first two Ashes Tests, has no way maundered above No. 4 in first- class justice.
Unlike numerous of his platoon mates, Green remained at Australia’s training base during the nine day pause between the third and fourth Tests.
The 24- time-old declared himself fit for the decisive clash, with his side holding a 2- 1 series lead with two tests remaining.
“ It was nice to have a bit of a break, ” he said. “ The body is each good. ” Know More Latest Cricket News…