Lizaad Williams will replace Glenton Stuurman in South Africa’s team for the Test series against Australia. While taking part in a domestic game, Stuurman hurt his abdominal muscle.
The next Test series between South Africa and Australia. Is will not include fast bowler Glenton Stuurman because of an abdominal muscle ailment. Over the weekend, Stuurman was hurt while competing for the Warriors in a first-class domestic competition. For the Test series in Australia, Lizaad Williams has been called up, another untested pacer like Stuurman.
Stuurman took part in two Test matches for South Africa as a Covid replacement. One in February against New Zealand on the road and the other in April against Bangladesh at home. Williams has also taken three wickets in South Africa’s two Test matches against Bangladesh this year.
Williams took six wickets last week while competing for the Titans against the Knights in a first-class domestic match. Throughout the English summer, he had taken part in county Northamptonshire athletic events. He was a part of the South African white-ball squad. That participated in England in July even though he didn’t play.
South Africa will take against a Cricket Australia XI in a pregame match.
Before the series in Australia, every South African Test player with the exception of Temba Bavuma. Kagiso Rabada, and Anrich Nortje will participate in at least one domestic red ball match. Following a disastrous T20 World Cup campaign, Bavuma has been given some downtime. Rabada’s workload is being monitored, and Nortje has been granted a No-Objection Certificate. To participate in the November 23 to December 4 Abu Dhabi T10 competition.
In order to be ready for the series. South Africa will play against Cricket Australia XI on December 9 in Brisbane. The first test starts on December 17 at the Gabba. And then there are tests on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day in Melbourne and Sydney, respectively. To participate in the next World Test Championship final, South Africa must win the series.