Tuesday, 21 July 2015 - 19:49
Rogers strong chance for Edgbaston
Chris Rogers is set to be clear to play in the third Test of the Investec Ashes series in Birmingham after scans cleared him of serious damage following his retired hurt, on the final morning of the Lord's Test.
On day two of the Test, Rogers was struck on the helmet near the right ear by James Anderson, and two days later had to leave the field as he complained of dizziness while standing at the non-striker's end.
Having made his highest Test score of 173 and then 49 in the second innings at the time of his retired hurt, Rogers is a central plank of Australia's batting order in this series, though he has flagged he will most likely retire from international cricket after the Ashes.