Steve Smith is Ready for Fourth Ashes Test Series 2019
Steve Smith is ready to return to action in a touring match against Derbyshire after the Australian star batsmen against bowling players for the first time on Sunday since he suffered a concussion. Steve Smith is ready for the Fourth Ashes Test 2019 after he suffered injury and was concussed after being hit by a bouncer of Jofra Archer.
Steve Smith, one of the world’s top batsmen, was ruled out of the third ongoing ash test at Headingley with a concussion after being hit by a 92-mph goalkeeper of England’s fast-bowling player Jofra Archer in game two in Game Two in Game Two in Lord’s.
But now he is expected to return to action in a three-day touring match in Derby from Thursday to become available to the national team for the fourth Trial at Old Trafford, Manchester, which begins on 4 September.
“Steve Smith hit bowling players for the first time today (Sunday), ” said a spokesman for the Australian team.
“The session lasted 25 minutes. He also did some high-intensity Runs.” He will continue to be evaluated, but is expected to play in the tour match in Derby, says a Spokesman”
Smith has returned spectacularly to the Cricket Test in what is the first series of former Australian captain since he completed a 12-month ban for his role in a ball-handling scandal in South Africa.
He achieved 144 and 142 in Australia’s 251-Runs victory in the first Test at Edgbaston and 92 at Lord’s, after retiring in 80 when Archer hit him with an unprotected neck.
Marnus Labuschagne, the inaugural substitute for Test Cricket’s concussion, has served three consecutive fifties against England since replacing Smith, including scores of 74 and 80 at Headingley.
Australia led the five-game 1-0 series and the Leeds win will see them retain ingeminates at 2-0 with two to play.
England started the fourth day of the third test in 156-3, still needing 203 more runs to reach a goal of 359 that would see them complete a remarkable victory given they were eliminated by only 67, their lowest ash total in 71 years. – In the first innings of this match.
Joe Root, England’s captain, is not 75 in his Yorkshire homeland, and Ben Stokes is not out.