It is nearly two years to the day since the last time the left-handed batter was dropped from the Test side for the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong, reports cricket.com.au.
Khawaja drops out of the squad after featuring in the first three Tests at No 3, but he has paid the price for an average of just 20.33 from his six innings in the series.
Pacer James Anderson has been ruled out from the remaining Ashes as England Cricket Board (ECB) on Friday announced a 13-member squad for the fourth Test match. We got plenty out of that game. we played good cricket.
"I've just thrown to him for about half an hour and he's moving really well, so we're all hopeful that he gets back into the zone, or hits the ball in the middle of the bat", Langer said.
Australian selectors have stuck with Marcus Harris as David Warner's opening partner with Marnus Labuschagne to bat at number three when the Ashes defining clash gets underway at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Both Harris (64) and stand-in skipper Khawaja (72) made fifties in Australia's innings before they were involved in a mix-up that saw Harris run out.
"We've not bowled at him since Lord's and he's had a period without batting, which is a bonus", Broad said. We'll never know, but his past numbers suggest so.
Australia have carefully managed the workload of their fast bowlers on this tour, especially Pattinson given it is the express paceman's long-awaited worldwide comeback after three and a half years of injury hell.
Not since 2005 has Test cricket sold every seat for a series in England.
He was memorably struck in the eye while batting against India at Old Trafford, the scene of this week's Test, in 2014.
With the series locked at 1-1, one victory in the next two Tests will ensure Australia retain the urn in England for the first time since Waugh's own side triumphed 4-1 in 2001.
"He's been bounced a few times over the journey, teams have come up with all sorts of different plans", Australia captain Tim Paine said.
Got em! England bowler Jofra Archer snares Australian opener Marcus Harris during day one of the third test in Leeds. I think his opening spell today was really good. "I will only take real satisfaction from the innings if we win back the Ashes".
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Taliban deal would see Washington pull troops from five bases: USA envoy
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani will study the deal before giving any opinion, his spokesman Sediq Seddiqqi said earlier on Monday. He met with Ghani then and on Monday he showed the Afghan leader a draft of the US-Taliban agreement, officials said.