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No head games as doc ensures Buck's safety
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Chris is better: Doctor

Australian Team Doctor Peter Brukner said Chris Rogers, who experienced dizziness while batting during the second Ashes Test at Lord's, was improving. Dr Brukner said: "Chris's condition is certainly improving. He has had scans and seen a specialist on Sunday ... The Telegraph, 1 week ago
Rogers: Doc was right to rest me FoxSports.com.au, 1 month ago
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WA Today

Ashes 2015: Chris Rogers put through paces as he mounts bid for Third Test

Recovery: Chris Rogers and Australian team doctor Peter Brukner during the tour match in Derbyshire. Photo: BIRMINGHAM: Chris Rogers has returned to the training nets with an Australian team forced indoors by miserable weather ahead of the third ...
 WA Today5 days ago Ashes: Australia upbeat over Chris Rogers despite need for extra tests  India Online.in1 week ago Australia batsman Chris Rogers to miss Kingston test due to concussion  DNA India1 month ago Australia's Rogers still to recover from concussion, to miss 2nd Test  Rediff.com1 month ago
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NEWS.com.au

Injured Rogers still pivotal to Ashes quest

Team doctor Peter Brukner spoke to a clearly disappointed Rogers at the start of Wednesday morning's (EST) training session at Sabina Park, telling the 37-year-old he won't play in the second Test against West Indies due to his concussion. Brukner ...
 NEWS.com.au1 month ago

Australia to review Chirs Rogers' condition

Team doctor Peter Brukner indicated yesterday it was possible that Rogers could take part in the third Test at Edgbaston starting on July 29. After two overs' play on Sunday, Rogers crouched down by the side of the pitch and then sat motionless before ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

Gloves not off for Aussie wicketkeepers

Brad Haddin sent Peter Nevill champagne for his Australian debut, with selectors facing a tough call on who takes the gloves for the 3rd Test. At age 37, Brad Haddin's international cricket career will end soon. The form of Haddin's understudy ...
 Racing and Sports1 week ago Haddin 'to be overlooked for Third Test'  Nine MSN4 days ago
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Ashes: Mark Wood Will Bowl Bouncers At Chris Rogers 'If He Declares Himself Fit' For Third Test

England's Mark Wood has declared he will bowl bouncers at Australia's Chris Rogers if the opening batsman will play for the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston. Rogers suffered a dizzy spell during the second Test at Lord's after being hit behind the ear ...
 International Business Times Australia4 days ago
Gulf Times

Rogers gets through net session, may play 3rd Test

By Ali Martin at Edgbaston/theguardian.com Chris Rogers appears to be winning his battle to be fit for this week's third Test at Edgbaston beginning tomorrow, following the dizzy spell he suffered during the 405-run win over England at Lord's ...
 Gulf Times4 days ago
Dominion Post

Chris Rogers set to play third Test

Chris Rogers is expected to be passed fit for the third Ashes Test, having trained well on Monday. Rogers took part in Australia's entire session at Edgbaston, their main hit-out before the Test starts on Wednesday. The 37-year-old ran, batted and ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 days ago Aussie opener Rogers set to play third Ashes test  Dominion Post4 days ago Aussie opener Chris Rogers set to play third Test  The New Daily4 days ago Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers set to play third Ashes test at Edgbaston  Stuff.co.nz4 days ago

On the road to recovery

Rogers diagnosed with inner ear problem Chris RogersPhoto: Reuters Chris Rogers returned to Australia on Saturday, albeit running drinks in the role of 12th man, as he took the first steps towards proving his fitness to play in next week's third ...
 The Hindu5 days ago
NEWS.com.au

Marsh waiting in wings if Rogers not fit

THE prevailing feeling in the Australian camp is that time is against Chris Rogers in his bid to prove his fitness for the third Ashes Test in Birmingham, even though the opener was to make an unexpectedly early return to training on Monday. After ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central5 days ago Clock ticking as Buck aims for Edgbaston  Herald Sun5 days ago Rogers in race to prove fitness  NEWS.com.au6 days ago
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