Cameron Green will start in place of Inglis for Australia in the T20 World Cup.
Cameron Green, an all-rounder, has been selected to replace an injured Josh Inglis in the Australia team for the Twenty20 World Cup in 2022. The announcement was made in Srinagar.
According to a statement released by the ICC, the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 has given its blessing for Cameron Green to replace Josh Inglis in the Australian roster.
According to what was said, “Green, who has played seven Twenty20 Internationals, was picked as a substitute after Inglis was ruled out due to a right hand injury which has necessitated surgery.”
In addition, it stated that “the agreement of the Event Technical Committee is required in order for the substitute player to be formally included to the squad” before the replacement player could even be considered for the team.
Wasim Khan, ICC General Manager – Cricket, will serve as the chairperson of the Event Technical Committee for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. Other members of the committee include Chris Tetley, ICC Head of Events; Peter Roach, Cricket Australia; Shane Doyle, Men’s T20 World Cup Local Organising Committee; Shaun Pollock (Independent); and Ian Bishop (Independent).