AUS vs WI: Australia and West Indies announced their playing eleven for the first test, see which players got the place

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Currently, West Indies cricket team is on Australia tour for the all-format series.

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West Indies cricket team is currently on Australia tour for the all-format series. So now the two-match test series between the two teams is about to start. Let us tell you that the first match of this series will be played at Adelaide Oval from Wednesday, January 17.

So both the teams have announced the playing eleven for this test match. After the departure of David Warner in the Australian team, Cameron Green has returned to the team and he will be seen playing at number four. Apart from this, now cricket fans are going to see Steve Smith in the new avatar of the opener.

On the other hand, West Indies cricket team captain Craig Brathwaite said that three players are going to debut for West Indies in the first Test match against Australia. These three players include Kavem Hodge, Justin Greaves and fast bowler Shamar Joseph.

Playing XI of both the teams for the first test match:

australia cricket team: Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Cameron Green, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey (wk), Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins (c), Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood.

west indies cricket team: Kraigg Brathwaite (captain), Tagnarine Chanderpaul, Kirk McKenzie, Alick Athanazé, Kvam Hodge, Justin Greaves, Joshua da Silva (wk), Gudakesh Moti, Alzarri Joseph, Shamar Joseph, Kemar Roach.

So if we tell you about this tour, this time Cricket West Indies will be seen playing a three-match ODI and three-match T20 series, apart from a two-match Test series. Well, now it will be worth watching that how is the West Indies cricket team going to perform on this tour?

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