Usman Khawaja is on lane to redeem from a hamstring damage in time for Australia’s normal Boxing Day Test in Melbourne, where they face West Indies in a second Test, a batsman pronounced on Wednesday.
Recalled to a Test side for a initial time in dual years, Khawaja took his possibility with both hands opposite New Zealand, scoring dual centuries in a initial dual Tests before pang a damage in a margin during a Perth match.
Khawaja’s mark was taken by Shaun Marsh for a third and final Test in Adelaide and he was wanting from a 12-man patrol for a initial Test opposite West Indies in Hobart from Dec. 10.
“I should be training during full gait subsequent week. It’s about removing work into my legs after that,” Queensland captain Khawaja told internal media.
“If they (selectors) wish to collect me they will collect me – we only have to put my palm adult and make certain we am fit.”
Khawaja will wish to make an sense with selectors when he plays for Sydney Thunder in a domestic ‘Big Bash’ Twenty20 tournament.
Australia, who degraded New Zealand 2-0 in a Test series, play a third and final compare opposite West Indies in Sydney in a New Year.