While fielding against Pakistan in March, the right shoulder was dissolve
Physio said – The faster the hope was expected, the recovery of their injury was not being done.
Melbourne The Australian cricket team has shocked before the World Cup. His infamous batsman batsman Zaheer has dropped out of the ICC ODI World Cup due to a shoulder injury. Ken Richardson has been included in the team instead. During the fielding in the second ODI against Pakistan in Sharjah in March, Zaheer Richardson's right shoulder dislocate (turned out of his place) was done.
Cricket. "It is definitely a very disappointing news for the team and Zhao," Comm.A. quoted team physiotherapist David Bekley. Recently, after trying to bowl on their shoulders and nets, it became clear that they were unable to recover as fast as they wanted to recover. So after consultation with the selectors, we decided to remove them from the team. Their rehabilitation will continue. We will bowl on them again in the coming weeks. "
Zaheer has taken 26 wickets in 12 ODIs
Looking at Richardson's pace and swing, he was seen as a good prospect in the World Cup in England. He has played only 12 ODIs so far and has taken 26 wickets. Richardson was recently inducted into the limited-overs series against India and Pakistan. Given their performance, they were made part of the World Cup team with fast bowlers like Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jason Behrendorf.
Aussie team to play warm-up matches from England and Sri Lanka before World Cup
Australia will play warm-up matches from Sri Lanka on May 25 and England on May 27 before the World Cup. Australia's World Cup campaign begins on June 1 in Bristol against a match against Afghanistan. The World Cup will last from June 30 to July 14.
Australian team for the World Cup: Aaron Finch (Captain), Jason Behendorf, Alex Carre (Wicketkeeper), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Ken Richardson, Steve Smith, David Warner , Mitchell Starc, Marx Stoney, Adam Jampa