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When he’s well enough to play, Travis Head will open; George Bailey


Travis Head will go back to the highest position of the order as soon as he is able to play, according to Australian head selector George Bailey. This implies that Mitchell Marsh, who is currently in excellent form and who hit a century in a record opening match alongside David Warner against Pakistan, will be forced to drop off the list.

In Bailey’s words, Heads is “our finest opener” and “a logical choice for that position.” A key attribute for a potential opener in India is being “an exceptionally good player of spin,” as he also mentioned.

Head has been playing well lately; in the most recent ODI series, he scored a century against England. Earlier in the year, he had another successful Test tour to India, when he amassed 235 runs at an average of 47.

Head’s return to the Australian team is anticipated to happen sooner rather than later; however, it is still unknown when he will be ready to play. Australia will benefit from his return to the starting position as they attempt to capitalize on their recent victories.

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