Aus vs Ind 2020-21 – Marcus Stoinis picks up side injury, could be a doubt for second ODI

Cameron Green could be a step closer to his international debut after Marcus Stoinis pulled up with a side injury during Australia’s opening ODI against India at the SCG on Friday.

Stoinis left the field two balls into his seventh over, and although Australia called the decision not to bring him back out precautionary, Stoinis is set to have a scan on Friday night. Also, the quick turnaround between matches – the second game is on Sunday – would seem to make it unlikely he would be available for it.

Stoinis, who made a first-ball duck in Australia’s huge total of 374, has a history with side injuries having also suffered one at the 2019 World Cup.

Green, the Western Australia allrounder, who has also been named in the Test squad, was picked largely on the back of his first-class record, with his List A numbers being more modest.

“Fingers crossed [Stoinis] is okay, if he’s not someone has…

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