Australia all-rounder Mitchell Bog is good to go to miss their impending high-profile Test series in India in the wake of selecting a medical procedure to treat his irksome left lower leg. The 31-year-old crease bowling all-rounder is probably going to be down and out for a very long time in the wake of going through a keyhole medical procedure to eliminate free bone pieces and fix ligament.
Australian seat of selectors George Bailey said they anticipate that he should be good for the ODI series against India in Spring in front of the World Cup. Mitchell is a critical person from our teams, and we will maintain him through his recovery period and we are certain he will be open for Australian assurance for the ODI series against India in Spring,” Bailey said in a clarification.
In endeavor the medical procedure now, it allows Mitchell the best opportunity to recuperate and continue his all-rounder range of abilities which is a significant piece of our arrangements for the impending year and then some.”
Mitchell has gotten through repeating issues of the left lower leg, with determined torment nearly diminishing his T20 World Cup crusade on home soil. Mitchell was not chosen in Australia’s home Test crew to take on the West Indies, however was a voyaging individual from Australia’s latest visit through Asia, a two-match series against Sri Lanka in July.
Mitchell has not played a Test since the 2019 Cinders, however the all-rounder was firming to visit India for Australia’s Line Gavaskar series, a urgent series in Australia’s Reality Test Title last push.
Mitchell joins individual all-rounder Glenn Maxwell who will likewise watch from the side-lines after an oddity injury in mid-November. Maxwell fell and cracked his left fibula in a harmless fall at a companion’s home after Australia’s fruitless T20 World Cup safeguard. Australia will visit India for a four-match Test series for the Line Gavaskar Prize in February-Walk.