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Fears Usman Khawaja will miss next Test after copping nasty blow against West Indies in Adelaide

Fears Usman Khawaja will miss next Test after copping nasty blow against West Indies in Adelaide

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Usman Khawaja is in doubt for Australia’s second Test against West Indies after retiring hurt in the dying stages of Friday’s successful run chase.

Australia chased West Indies’ target of 26 with all 10 wickets left in the shed to take a comfortable win in the first Test, but they lost Khawaja (nine), who entered concussion protocols when he was struck in the chin by a searing Shamar Joseph bouncer.

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Khawaja tried to evade the ball but wasn’t quick enough to react, allowing the ball to rise up under his grill and hit him on the chin.

He recoiled immediately and was assessed by a team physio, who made the call to retire him hurt, with just one run needed to win. Khawaja felt his upper jaw and cheekbone area and was bleeding from the mouth before leaving the field.

The 36-year-old will be further assessed and, if it’s determined that he has suffered any form of concussion, will miss the second Test starting on January 25.

Which means, for the second time in as many weeks after David Warner’s retirement, Australia will be looking for a new opener, albeit only a temporary one this time, with Khawaja certain to be included back in the side if he does miss the next game.

“We saw Usman Khawaja cop that blow, unfortunately he had to leave just before the winning runs were hit,” Mel McLaughlin said on Seven’s post-match coverage.

“So, a bit of spice there heading into the second Test, but also, if unfortunately he has got concussion, (then) we’re looking for another opener.”

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Usman Khawaja left the field feeling his jaw after copping a nasty blow. Credit: Paul Kane/Getty Images

Former Australia coach Justin Langer added that the first Test wrapping up inside two and a half days will work in Khawaja’s favour, giving him an extra two days to recover.

“With the new concussion protocols, we won’t find out (until later),” Langer said.

“Uzzie will have those extra couple of days now (to recover, given the early finish to this Test).

“But if he has got concussion, in that one ball, things change again. There was so much talk leading up to it, Steve Smith becoming the opener, Matt Renshaw (and) Cameron Bancroft (missing out) — what happens now?

“First, let’s hope, for his health, his jaw’s OK and his concussion’s going to be alright. If it’s not, a new storyline for the next Test match.”

Khawaja’s injury was the only blemish on an otherwise perfect performance against the struggling West Indies, whose last Test win on Australian soil was in the summer of 1996/97.

Marnus Labuschagne (one not out) hit the winning run and Steve Smith was unbeaten on 11.

Earlier, Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood completed a five-wicket haul as the tourists were bowled out for 120.

Josh Hazlewood took nine wickets in the first Test to destroy the West Indies in Adelaide. Credit: AAP

The West Indies made 188 in their first innings and Australia, with Travis Head making 119, replied with 283.

Australian captain Pat Cummins became just the second skipper in 82 Adelaide Tests to win after sending the opposition in to bat.

Hazlewood followed his 4-41 in the first dig, which included his 250th Test wicket, by claiming 5-35 — the 11th time he has taken five or more wickets in a Test innings.

The West Indies resumed at 6-73 and lost Joshua Da Silva in the fourth over.

Da Silva (18) fell for an Australian trap; with two fielders on the boundary on the leg side, he hooked a short Mitchell Starc (2-46) delivery to Hazlewood at fine leg.

Starc collected his second wicket soon after when Alzarri Joseph (16) wafted outside off stump and edged to wicketkeeper Alex Carey.

Hazlewood secured his latest milestone in the following over, bowling Gudakesh Motie for three — the left-hander didn’t offer a shot and was clean bowled.

West Indies debutant Shamar Joseph, who made 36 batting at No.11 in the first innings and then took five Australian wickets, made 15 from 12 balls before advancing to a Nathan Lyon (2-4) delivery and getting stumped.

Cameron Green (1-9) was the other successful bowler while Kirk McKenzie top-scored for the tourists with 26 — he also was their highest scorer in the first innings, making 50.

The second Test starts next Thursday in Brisbane.

– With AAP

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