(Reuters) – Exciting batting prospect Will Pucovski hopes to push for a quick comeback to the Australian workforce when he returns to first-class cricket subsequent week for the primary time in additional than a 12 months.
Pucovski has endured a protracted battle with damage and concussion.
He scored 62 in his first innings in his take a look at debut in opposition to India in January final 12 months, solely to incur a dislocated shoulder within the area in the identical match in Sydney.
He has not performed a first-class match since, however has been included within the 14-man Victorian squad to play South Australia at Adelaide Oval subsequent week.
The match was confirmed on Friday when Cricket Australia introduced a revised Sheffield Shield schedule in a season interrupted by coronavirus-related journey restrictions.
Opening batter Pucovski has suffered 10 concussions throughout his profession, most lately when he was struck by a ball throughout a web session in October.
He mentioned he hoped to present sufficient type in Adelaide to push for a spot within the Australian workforce to tour Pakistan subsequent month.
“I’d like to say that if I’m taking part in Shield cricket for Victoria and I’ve put my identify up, I’m prepared to go,” he advised cricket.com.au
“If I’m doing effectively and put performances on the board then I am unable to see why I would not be in line to be chosen.”
(Reporting by Andrew Both; Editing by Robert Birsel)