Injured Henriques ruled out of second warm-up game against India

Moises Henriques went for some scans on Wednesday which revealed a low-grade left hamstring strain.

Moises Henriques

Moises Henriques was named in the 12-member Australia A squad for the second warm-up game although he is not part of the Test squad.   -  Getty Images

Struggling with a hamstring strain, Australia all-rounder Moises Henriques was on Thursday ruled out of the day-night practice game against India starting on Friday.

The 33-year-old was named in the 12-member Australia A squad for the second warm-up game although he is not part of the Test squad.

“Hamstrung all-rounder Moises Henriques will miss the pink-ball tour game at the SCG as Australia’s injury toll continues to grow,” a report in The West Australia said.

“Queensland all-rounder Jack Wildermuth has been parachuted into the Australia A squad on the eve of the match that begins at the SCG on Friday.”

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Henriques, who had made a return to the Australian set-up for the limited overs series after two-and-a-half years, went for some scans on Wednesday which revealed a low-grade left hamstring strain.

Australia is dealing with a spate of injuries with David Warner ruled out of the opening Test due to a groin injury, young Test aspirant Will Pucovski suffering a concussion on Tuesday and pace duo of Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc also reporting minor niggles.

Marcus Stoinis and Ashton Agar had also missed the white-ball games against India due to a side strain and calf injury respectively.

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