Australia Test opener and Queensland captain Usman Khawaja will miss a second straight Sheffield Shield recreation as Cricket Australia manages his workload to be able to preserve him mentally and bodily contemporary for the Test summer time, which can function seven Tests in opposition to Pakistan, West Indies and New Zealand.
Khawaja, who turns 37 in December, performed in Queensland’s first Sheffield Shield match of the summer time in opposition to New South Wales in early October and performed in two Marsh Cup video games in opposition to Western Australia and New South Wales both aspect of that. He was set to play one other Marsh Cup recreation in opposition to South Australia in late September however it was washed out with no ball bowled. They are the one matches he has performed for the reason that remaining Ashes Test completed on July 31.
That administration is ongoing as he’ll miss one other Shield match in opposition to Tasmania this week in Hobart to be able to proceed resting, regardless of being totally match, earlier than build up his preparation for the primary Test in opposition to Pakistan in December.
Jimmy Peirson will as soon as once more lead Queensland’s aspect in opposition to Tasmania at Bellerive Oval beginning on Thursday with the Bulls naming an unchanged 13-man squad within the hope of constructing it two wins in a row after belting Victoria by an innings.
Meanwhile, Western Australia have rested quick bowler Lance Morris for his or her upcoming conflict with South Australia with CA additionally managing his workloads forward of the Test summer time. Morris has solely performed one of many first two Shield video games for WA. The two-time defending champions had been hoping to carry again Jhye Richardson in his place however Richardson has been sidelined for a number of weeks after dislocating his shoulder.
Left-arm swing bowler Joel Paris has been named to make his return from a hamstring pressure he suffered whereas enjoying for Australia A in late August after he obtained by a WA second XI match unscathed final week. Cameron Gannon has additionally been recalled for WA after lacking the draw with Tasmania resulting from quad tightness.
Queensland squad vs Tasmania: Jimmy Peirson (c), Joe Burns, Jack Clayton, Liam Guthrie, Matthew Kuhnemann, Ben McDermott, Michael Neser, Matthew Renshaw, Gurinder Sandhu, Mark Steketee, Bryce Street, Mitchell Swepson, Jack Wildermuth
Western Australia squad vs South Australia: Sam Whiteman (c), Cameron Bancroft, Hilton Cartwright, Cameron Gannon, Jayden Goodwin, Aaron Hardie, Liam Haskett, Joel Paris, Josh Philippe, Corey Rocchiccioli, Charlie Stobo, Ashton Turner, Teague Wyllie
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