AUS vs ENG: Australia’s Riley Meredith Replaces Mitchell Starc For Final ODI Against England


the pacer Riley Meredith He was called up to Australia’s squad for the third ODI against England in Melbourne as a replacement for the star bowler Mitchell Starc. Starc will be in Sydney to rest ahead of the first Test against the West Indies next week. Ashton Agar Do not participate in the last ODI. Agar left the squad for Canberra ahead of the four-day pink-ball Prime Minister’s XI match against the West Indies on Wednesday. According to ESPNcricinfo, Pat Cummins The skipper is likely to return to the side as he is rested after Saturday’s win over England in Sydney.

Meredith, who has played one ODI and five T20Is, was the only pacer in Monday’s optional practice at a cold and dirty Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). He has had a strong start to the season in domestic cricket, taking two five-wicket hauls and one four-wicket haul in eight Marsh Cup and Sheffield Shield games this summer. He is still a part of Australia’s long-term white-ball ambitions.

despite Glenn Maxwell Australia have already done so by crashing out of the series Sean Abbott In Melbourne’s lineup. after Joel ParisA left-arm swing bowler from Western Australia flown to Canberra to join the Prime Minister’s XI as Abbott’s replacement looks likely to play in Tuesday’s dead rubber.

when Cameron Greene was taken home to rest before the test, Josh Inglis, who will captain the Prime Minister’s XI on Wednesday, has joined the ODI squad in Sydney. Josh Inglis is still in Melbourne, but he has spent most of his nets session facing the pink ball.

Australia ODI Squad:Pat Cummins (C), Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Alex CareyCameron Greene, Josh Hazelwood, Travis HeadJosh Inglis, Marnus Labuschen, Mitchell MarshSteve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner And Adam Zampa.

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England ODI Squad:If Butler (c), Moeen Ali, Sam Billings, Sam Curran, Liam Dawson, Chris Jordan, David Malan, Adil Rashid, Jason RoyPhil Salt, Olly Stone, James Vince, David Wiley, Chris Woakes and Luke Wood.

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