Aussie Captain & Pacer Played Oval Test with Injuries


Tim Paine has revealed he suffered a broken thumb towards the end of the final Test against England, and praised Peter Siddle for battling through an injury he sustained early in the match.

The exact details of Paine's injury are yet to be confirmed, but he expects to be back training soon and it is understood Cricket Australia's medical staff are not concerned by the injury.

"There's a bit of recovery to be done," Paine wrote in his . "My thumb was broken towards the end of that Test but it is not displaced, so I should be right to get back into training early."

Paine also praised the effort put in by Siddle during the Oval Test, after the bowler suffered a hip injury on the opening day. Siddle was preferred ahead of Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson for the final pace-bowling spot.

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