Usman Khawaja
In the fifth Test, Usman Khawaja is expected to open the batting.

Hobart Test skipper Pat Cummins revealed on Thursday that Travis Head would be in the starting XI.

Usman Khawaja and David Warner will open the batting for Australia in Friday’s fifth and final Ashes Test against England. Last week, Khawaja became only the third player in history to score a century in both innings in a Test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) (SCG). Ashes Test against England, he completed the goal.

Marcus Harris has been dropped out of the squad for the final Ashes Test because of his poor form in the previous two matches.

It has been confirmed that Travis Head will play in the Hobart Test for Australia, according to Pat Cummins.

After testing positive for COVID-19, Head was compelled to go into isolation. The bowling assault for the fifth Test is still up in the air.

The five-match series is currently 3-0 in Australia’s favor, and the fifth game will take place in Hobart, Tasmania, on Friday night.

There are eight players from Australia in this squad: Pat Cummins (captain), Steve Smith (vice-captain), Scott Boland (wk), Alex Carey (c), Cameron Green (VC), Marcus Harris (tk), Travis Head (c), Josh Inglis (u), Usman Khawaja (lb), Marnus Labuschagne

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