Peter Handscomb

The 31-year-old, who last played red-ball cricket right around four years back, amassed 562 runs at 93.66 in this late spring’s Sheffield Safeguard. He scored a couple of fifties for the State leader’s XI against West Indies last month.

Handscomb will hope to push his situation when he drives a Cricket Australia XI against South Africa, beginning in Brisbane on Friday. “I’m somewhere around there so the discussions (with Test selectors) are promising,” Handscomb was cited as saying by The West Australian. “However, you’ve likewise got to view at the Test crew also and there are folks that are before me and there are hitters doing pretty noteworthy things.

“I can score however many runs as I need yet there actually should be a spot at a higher level, and right now they’re playing very great cricket.” Handscomb is known for his capacity to play turn yet he will confront contest from Travis Head with regards to finding a spot in the group for the India visit.

Head had intense voyages through Sri Lanka and Pakistan this year. “Nothing remains at this point but to compel your direction in through weight of numbers,” said Handscomb, who will join Melbourne Rebels for the impending BBL season.

“I get the gloves just to ensure that they likewise realize that I’m as yet accessible as a back-up ‘manager, or can take them on the off chance that need be. “That is likewise a significant expertise to have in your pack.” Australia will visit India for a four-Test series for the Line Gavaskar Prize from the get-go in February-Walk one year from now.

Peter Handscomb