Josh Hazlewood will not play his next test match. Ashes Test Series

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Australia cricket team’s brilliant bowler Josh Hazlewood will not be able to play in the second Test match of the Ashes Test series between Australia and England to be held in Melbourne.

Josh Hazlewood will not be able to play his next Test series match due to an injury.

In the first test match of Ashes, England cricket team lost to Australia cricket team by 2 wickets.

That match took place at the Gabba, which was the first Test match of the opening series. In that match, Josh Hazlewood got injured while bowling.

Josh Hazlewood had a very good bowling performance against England, and he helped the Australia team to win the first match of the opening series.

But now due to injury, he has gone to Sydney this Sunday and he will not be able to participate in the second match to be held in Adelaide.

Cricket Australia said that Josh Hazlewood’s decision will be implemented on the third Boxing Day, with further assessment and information to be given on 26 December.

But even above this, the replacement of Josh Hazlewood will not be replaced by the selectors.

No replacement player will play in place of Josh Hazlewood and the situation which has been created in today’s match will continue. Cricket Australia gave this information.

Australia informed that they have one fast bowler Richardson left, who has also bowled very well in the last two Test matches.

At the same time, as a front runner, he will bowl in the field of Adelaide. Richardson is an uncapped player who can be seen as a meeting player in Queensland.

Josh Hazlewood is a very good player on the Australian cricket team. He has also performed very well in today’s test match.

He took 2 wickets for England in the first Test match of the Ashes between Australia vs England, for which he gave 42 runs. He got these wickets with a 3.23 economy rate.

Josh Hazlewood had dismissed David Malan and Joe Root, apart from this he also took the catch of Chris Woakes and he took the catch of Ollie Pop.

Josh Hazlewood did not get to do anything good during his batting in his last match, as he could only play 6 balls at that time. On which he did not score a single run.

But he performed very well in the field of bowling, which helped the Australian cricket team to win by 9 wickets.