Justin Langer
In the Boxing Day Test against England, Mitchell Starc is anticipated to be fit to play.


The Boxing Day Test, according to Langer, will include Mitchell Starc.

Josh Hazelwood’s inclusion in Justin Langer’s starting lineup was a question mark for the coach.

The second Test of the ongoing Ashes series was won by Australia, putting Australia 2-0 up.

Coach Justin Langer of the Australian cricket team intimated on Thursday that Mitchell Starc might be in action for Australia in the Boxing Day Test match against England, which begins on Sunday.

Australia’s head coach Justin Langer hinted at Mitchell Starc playing in the Boxing Day Test against England, which begins on Sunday. England and Australia will play in the third and final Ashes Test on Sunday, with Australia leading 2-0. When Starc attempted a slog sweep in the second Test against England, he felt some soreness in his ribs.

“Actually, it’s just a rib from [Starc]. He should be all right since a lot of bowlers talk about how they jam down on that rib area when they return to Test cricket and bowl more overs. A tough cookie, “According to ESPNcricinfo’s Langer,

“We’ll have a look if he’s wrong. However, at this point, there is no indication that he will not play in the upcoming Test match “Then he said something.

Hazelwood’s involvement in the third Ashes Test in Melbourne, though, was a concern for Langer.

We’ll see how Josh Hazlewood does when he arrives this afternoon, Langer added.

Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood were picked to Australia’s third Ashes Test lineup despite Hazlewood being ruled out of the second match due to a hamstring injury.

All-rounders Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, David Warner, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Marcus Harris, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Starc, Michael Neser, and Jhye Richardson make up the Australian team.

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