Hazlewood suffered a side strain on the third morning of the first Test match against Bangladesh, leaving the field seven balls into his first spell of the day.
Australia call up O’Keefe for second Bangladesh TestRead more: https://t.co/dOnZmvPJzj pic.twitter.com/LVvgr8ewQf — ARY Sports (@ARYSports_Web) August 30, 2017
Just checking Steve O'Keefe's figures from the Darwin camp practice match that helped gain selection... DNP — Adam White (@White_Adam) August 30, 2017It was later confirmed the New South Wales quick would fly home at the conclusion of the match but he's not in any doubt for the Ashes this summer.
#BANvAUS 2017, 2nd Test at #Chittagong: #SteveOKeefe replaces #JoshHazlewood. #AUSvBAN https://t.co/an4YWqxnGg — CricketCountry (@cricket_country) August 30, 2017"With Bird in the squad we are comfortable with our fast-bowling options for the second Test and have elected to add an additional spinner given the conditions we are likely to face in Chittagong," Hohns said in a statement.