Aussie Pacer Josh Hazelwood ensured his fitness but can’t be sure to be in the WC-19 squad, moreover, we know that how difficult to be in the Aussie squad.
Chances to be in Aussie World Cup-19 squad
Accordingly, we know that Josh Hazelwood missed his position from the bilateral series against India and Australia last month due to massive back pain. However, during his absence the rests pacers like, Jhye Richardson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, and Kane Richardson and of course Jason Behrendroff bowled well and obviously got more chances to impress the selectors.
Though Australia won another ODI series against Pakistan in UAE without David Warner and Steven Smith as their ban came to an end but the possibility of the duo is not ignorable to be in the squad. So the selectors are in a massive sweet problem for selecting the best squad for the ICC World Cup-19 as they have a deadline of 23rd April.
Josh Hazelwood talked about the various topics
As Josh Hazelwood talked about the various topics. “I’ve started bowling. I’m off a couple of steps at the moment. So that will start to ramp up pretty quickly through late April and into May.” Then asserted about his fitness as well. “To be fit and ready for that first Ashes Test, you have to have a lot of bowling under your belt anyway.”
Josh Hazelwood reminds the seriousness for the sake of ICC World Cup-19, “There can’t be a better spot to do that than in a World Cup. One-day cricket, a couple of games a week for five or six weeks is probably perfect prep in terms of body load. Hopefully, I’m there and we can hold on to the trophy.”
Acknowledging own nervousness, Josh Hazelwood conclude with, “There’s nerves, as there always before a team selected for a big tournament. There’s probably 20-plus guys who think they’re a really good chance of making it. It’s a good position to be in for Australian cricket.”
Therefore, Aussie Pacer Josh Hazelwood ensured his fitness but can’t be sure to be in the WC-19 squad, moreover, we know that how difficult to be in the Aussie squad.