Australian opener Will Pucovski will miss the fourth Test against India in the gabba due to a shoulder injury

Pucovski suffered a shoulder subluxation injury on the fifth day of the third test at SCG while diving in the field

Marcus Harris will come to the top and partner David Warner – who despite suffering from a groin injury in Sydney was classified as fit – will be at the top of the rankings

There have been no further changes to the page that pulled the third test in Sydney on Monday

Australian skipper Tim Paine confirmed the change after the team’s last training session on Thursday morning

Harris hasn’t played a test since the 2019 Ashes Tour, where he got a top score of 19 in three games

The 28-year-old Western Australian has a top grade of 79 with a first-class average of 3886 and a top score of 250

in nine test matches

“He’s a really laid back type of character so we definitely enjoy having him in and around our group”

Pucovski scored 62 and 10 points in his first test match Paine said it took the medical staff more time to get him right for the test than they could after the three-day turnaround

“He’s going to have some work with our medics to see where he’s going from here”

The Border Gavaskar test series is 1: 1 on the program The final and crucial Gabba test is scheduled to begin on Friday

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