NEW DELHI, Nov. 17 -- All-rounder Shane Watson was Friday included in Australia's squad for the pivotal second Test against South Africa, despite concerns about his fitness. National selector John Inverarity said it was not clear if Watson, who has been prolific with both bat and ball in all formats recently, would recover in time for the Test that starts on November 22.Published by HT Syndication with permission from Hindustan Times.
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