Melbourne [Australia], January 9 (Indiaprix): Aaron Finch, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh and Peter Handscomb has fallen from the Australian team test series Against Sri Lanka 24. January to January.
The omission of all four players has come to Australia's first home test series loss to India.
"Ultimately, Aaron, Peter, Shaun, and Mitch have not produced their expected performances at the bat level on the test level.
"All four are very good players, and the door is by no means closed to allow them to return to the game. Test Cricket in Australia. we also focus on traveling to the 2019 Cricket World Cup, Hohns added.
However, Australia has chosen a similar attack by Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood when Peter Siddle was backed up.
Surprisingly, the voters have called the Victorian Batsman Will Pucovsky and recalled the Queensland pair Matt Renshaw and Joe Burns in a 13-man team.
In October last year, Pucovski had crushed a significant 243 against Western Australia at JLT Sheffield Shield. His average is 49.00, the highest among all active Australians in first-class crickets. The left-hand Renshaw has had a light run this summer and got a rating of 199 at 19.90 with one of his fifty. Meanwhile, Burns sits fifth in the season's Shield run scorers with 472 in 47.20 in four fifties.
All three Batsmen together with Marnus Labuschagn are played 17.1. Starting with a pink ball against Sri Lanka, so they can prepare for a test call.
"Joe Burns has had a strong performance in first-class cricket this season, and we believe he can play a strong role if they get a chance in the series. Will Pucovski is an exciting young player who makes his mark in Sheffield Shield. Hohns said.
"Matt Renshaw is a player with the ability to make big points, and at the age of 22 he has 10 first-century centuries. He also played very well in England during the county. after the low points at the beginning, he added.
Next is the first test against Sri Lanka:
Tim Paine (c / wk), Josh Hazlewood (vc), Joe Burns, Pat Cummins, Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Will Pucovski, Matt Renshaw, Mitchell Star, Peter Siddle
Australia begins its first test against Sri Lanka on January 24-28. On the day followed by the second, which is repeated from 1 to 5 February.