Queensland pace bowler Mark Steketee has acquired a call-up for the impending Test series in Pakistan, supplanting the harmed Michael Neser. In the mean time, South Australia pace bowler Brendan Doggett will be the backup for the three-match Test elastic.
Neser, who is likewise from Queensland, was precluded subsequent to being disappeared by a side strain in a Marsh One-Day Cup game in Brisbane. The uncapped Steketee was important for Australia’s drawn out crew for the visit through South Africa in 2021 preceding it was in the end canceled. Steketee, who made his top of the line debut versus Tasmania in February 2015, has packed away 182 wickets at 25.67 in five star cricket. He has likewise trapped 29 scalps at a noteworthy normal of 16.31 in this current season’s Sheffield Shield.
Then again, Doggett has 11 wickets at 21.45 in five star cricket this season. The speed bowler additionally was a piece of the Queensland set-up that won the Sheffield Shield in 2020-21 preceding moving over to South Australia in May the year before. It just so happens, New South Wales’ Sean Abbott is additionally a reserve for the visit. The first Test of the three-match elastic will begin on March 4 in Rawalpindi.
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