Cameron Green is not surprised that he was not on the national team list

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Cameron Green is not surprised that he was not on the national team list

Cameron Green was not on the roster for the white ball tour against the West Indies. The young Australian player is aware that the competition in the team is strong and therefore he is not surprised by the list. His main goal is to continue working hard and find himself in the team again "I got told I was in the original expanded squad and (then) got told I just missed out," he said, as quoted by cricbuzz "But looking at all the names on that list, you can see why.

They've picked a really strong squad that has performed well over the past year." "Unfortunately I didn't make it, but it's an awesome squad and I'm sure they'll do really well over there," he added.

Unlike previous years, this year he was lucky and did not suffer any injuries. He is happy and looks ready for the upcoming games "This might be my first year as a professional cricketer, I've gotten to this part of the year uninjured," he said, talking about his work on fitness.

"It's a nice little stepping stone going into the year to be fully fit and hit the ground running from day one. I'm looking forward to a good pre-season over here," he further added. Gabba will be the host and Green remembered the past matches "For all kids growing up watching cricket this is the pinnacle.

I've got a lot of fond memories growing up watching it. Going back to Ashton Agar scoring 98 (in the 2013 series), I remember everyone was talking about it for months after."

Rahman returned after quarantine

Mustafizur Rahman returned to the team camp after a 14-day quarantine.

Now he slowly wants to catch the rhythm and try to help his team "Here 14 days (12 day in quarantine) and there (in India) five days so for 19 (17) successive days if I am staying in the hotel doing minimum things that can be done there and later try to think too much after the opening practice session than that is not going to happen," Mustafizur said.

"Today I got the first opportunity to bowl and tried to make sure that I don't hurt my hand (trying too many things in the middle) and am looking forward to get back into rhythm slowly. "I had played one match and had one practice session during the last 25 days since joining the IPL and so I am not sure( about myself).

The case is the same for me and Shakib bhai." "We will have two more days and I have left everything on the hand of Allah and see what happens. I can just try." "As a coach, I needed to try and get our best players, for the team and the environment," he pointed out.

" AB is an energy-booster in any environment, but I respect his reasoning. It was worth a go, but now let's move forward."