New Zealand’s ace bowler Trent Boult set to play in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy against Australia

New Zealand premier bowler Trent Boult will be available for the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy against Australia after suffered from a knee injury. The discomfort experienced in his knee meant that he could not take part in the second test at Hamilton against Pakistan. Left arm pacer suffered this injury way back in India but continued to play through pain before the management asked to sit on sidelines for the test match against Pakistan.

Boult has been in phenomenal form for New Zealand in the last couple of years across all formats. New Zealand Head Coach Mike Hesson also emphasized that Boult is an integral part of the side and is a key player linked to team’s success over the last few years. He did show form and class in white ball cricket against Australia in the last series held in New Zealand. The first game will be played at Sydney Cricket Ground on 4th December on Sunday as two arch-rivals slug it out for ultimate bragging rights for the Southern Hemisphere Supremacy in Cricket.

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