Australia’s tearaway fast Lance Morris suffered a left facet pressure throughout his workforce’s complete eight-wicket win over West Indies within the third ODI on the Manuka Oval in Canberra on Tuesday (February 6).
Morris made the West Indian batters odor the leather-based after Australia skipper Steve Smith received the toss and determined to unleash him and Xavier Bartlett on a contemporary floor.
The fast from Western Australia bent his again and hurried the West Indians on quite a few events. He was in a position to seize two scalps within the type of Keacy Carty and Teddy Bishop earlier than heading to the dressing room whereas he was three balls into his fifth over.
Cricket Australia has confirmed that the pacer will bear a scan to find out the injury’s extent.
Notably, Morris is understood for cranking up the tempo to ranges that usually go away batters in utter discomfort. He is likely one of the quickest seamers going round in Australia’s home circuit alongside Spencer Johnson.
Morris, 25, is but to make his Check debut for Australia however has been travelling with the facet for a while now. He was part of the Australian squads through the house sequence towards Pakistan and West Indies however wasn’t required to play at any stage because the frontline seamers i.e. Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood pulled up very well.
In the meantime, Australia registered their nineteenth clear sweep in an ODI sequence on Tuesday after defeating West Indies at Manuka Oval by eight wickets. They’re second on the checklist of groups to have registered probably the most variety of clear sweeps in One-Day Internationals (ODIs).
Pakistan have registered probably the most clear sweeps in ODI cricket with a complete of 23 such sequence to their credit score, whereas India are fourth on the ladder with 16 whitewashes. Australia will now face the Windies in a three-match T20I sequence.