Travis Head in doubt for Sri Lanka Tests series as Australia’s injury list grows


Somewhat ironically, Head received a late call-up to Australia’s one-day side while playing for Australia A. He was flown from Hambantota to Kandy to cover for Stoinis, while Queensland left-arm spinner Matthew Kuhnemann, 25, was plucked from the same A game as cover for Agar.

With Australia’s selectors clearly favouring finger-spin ahead of leg-spin, Kuhnemann is a chance to make an unlikely Test debut ahead of Mitchell Swepson retaining his place from the Pakistan tour earlier this year.

Matt Kuhnemann has been preferred ahead of Mitch Swepson during the one-day series.

Matt Kuhnemann has been preferred ahead of Mitch Swepson during the one-day series.Credit:Getty…



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