Josh Hazlewood could make his Test debut in place of the struggling Peter Siddle.
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Young quick Josh Hazlewood looks likely to debut for Australia in the second Test between Australia and India in Brisbane.
A bouncy green wicket awaits the 196cm bowler, and with Peter Siddle struggling for pace, the 23-year-old’s prospects of a debut in the baggy green are soaring.
Siddle posted figures of 2-109 in Adelaide and looked well off his best during the opening Test.
Hazlewood has cranked up his pace into the high 140’s this summer, while Siddle’s pace has dropped off considerably.
Mitchell Starc is believed to be another in the frame to replace Siddle, with the NSW bowler taking four wickets in Shield cricket.
Starc also has a fine record at the Gabba, taking 14 first-class wickets at 24.
Who do you think should play? Should selectors stick with Siddle? Or should Hazlewood or Starc come in?
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