Marcus Harris says he is 'pretty ready' to take on India's pacers

 Added to a physical issue tormented Australia crew for the main Test against India, batsman Marcus Harris says he is "pretty prepared" to take on the guests' quality pacers, having confronted them in both the visit games. 

In extraordinary structure for Victoria this homegrown season, Harris was on Saturday drafted into the group after Will Pucovski was administered out of the arrangement opener close by David Warner. 

"There's clearly been a touch of stuff going on with everything over the most recent few weeks, so it's been a great idea to have a hit against the Indian young men and another hit today," Harris disclosed to Fox Cricket. 

Marcus Harris drafted into injury-hit Australia crew 

"It seems like I'm in the perfect spot at the perfect time, however it seems like I've been playing truly well also. It's been acceptable, not to be the one that is spoken about something over the top." 

Harris has crushed 355 runs at an incredible normal of 118.33 in two Sheffield Shield homegrown top notch matches for Victoria this season, with a thump of 239 against South Australia being the feature. 

"I knew coming here that in the event that I went OK I'd set myself in a place to perhaps play, the way that things have been going," said the 28-year-old right-gave batsman. 

"I clearly wasn't in the Test side the previous summer so I didn't have that interruption coming into this late spring and I've quite recently been centered around what I need to do, so that has been acceptable," he said. 

"Presently I've gotten myself where I am, and I feel pretty all set and I'm anticipating it." 

Harris played nine Tests for Australia and was an individual from the crew which held the Ashes in England a year ago. 

With Warner and Pucovski precluded, Harris seems set to play his tenth Test, the first since the last Test of the 2019 Ashes. 

The opener midpoints 25.06 with two half-hundreds of years since appearing against India at the Adelaide Oval two summers back. 

Against the visiting Indians this late spring, Harris has assembled scores of 35, 25 not out, and 26 out of three innings for Australia A. 

The main Test among India and Australia, a day/night coordinate, starts in Adelaide on December 17.

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