Chris Rogers, the former Australian opener, confident that the Will Pucovski will return from a concussion. The concussion forced Will Pucovski ruled out of Adelaide's 1st Test match against India.
Will Pucovski had been in doubt for the match on 17th December after he was hit in the head last week while batting against India for Australia A and was ruled out for the Test match late on Saturday.
Chris Rogers, the A-side assistant coach, thought the 22-year-old will be back in contention for the 2nd Test match in Melbourne, which begins on 26th December.
Chris Rogers told the media that time is gold, it's going to count for Pucovski every day. And now he's got a little time to get ready for the second Test match in Melbourne, which is going to help.
The media of Australia reported that Will Pucovski had sustained nine concussions already but Chris Rogers, who during his career also had head injury issues, said he felt there were no concerns about the technique of Will Pucovski and dealing with short-pitched bowling.