Concussions continue to haunt Australian and Victoria’s opening batter Will Pucovski as the batter got hit on the head during a practice session. This is the tenth time already that the twenty-three old Will has undergone a concussion in just his four years of playing First-Class cricket. Will last played against India during January, and after making 62 runs, didn’t feature in the series due to a shoulder injury.
Will is managing his injury right now with the Victorian medical staff and has not featured in this season’s Australian first-class tournament Sheffield Shield so far. Will is slated to be the opener alongside David Warner for the Ashes. Apart from a single test, where he made 62 runs, the promising batter has clinched 1816 runs in his First-Class career at a stunning average of 53.41, which includes six centuries and the same number of half-centuries.